Wedgewood Back To Albany

Wednesday, March 30, 2016 by

After an impressive four games in the NHL, Scott Wedgewood has been returned to Albany.

The Devils split their three games last week, going 1-1-0-1.

The Albany Devils influence continues on the national level. On Sunday, goaltender Scott Wedgewood and defenseman Vojtech Mozik made their NHL debuts.

Backed by Jim O’Brien’s three-point performance, the Devils defeated the Comets, 5-1, Saturday at the Utica Memorial Auditorium.

A goaltending duel Wednesday at Times Union Center ended with the Bruins prevailing, 2-1, in a shootout against the Devils. Both Scott Wedgewood and Providence’s Jeremy Smith made 23 saves, but Smith made two additional saves in the shootout.

Former junior teammates went toe-to-toe in a goaltending battle. In the end, the Bruins prevailed 2-1 in a shootout against the Devils. Here are three impressions from the game.

In just his third career AHL game since signing an Amateur Tryout Agreement on Thursday, Nick Lappin scored with 39.5 seconds remaining to give the Devils a 3-2 victory against the Marlies Sunday at Times Union Center.

Here are three points of focus from the Devils 4-3 win against the Comets.

A three-goal third period propelled the second-place Devils to a 4-3 victory against the third-place Comets Saturday in front of 5,528 fans at Times Union Center.

Scott Wedgewood as resumed skating with the Devils, who are in need of filling a goaltender spot.

Scott Wedgewood can still be seen in the halls of Times Union Center or hanging out at a Devils’ practice at the Knickerbacker Ice Arena. Where you can’t find the 23-year-old netminder is where he is most comfortable: between the pipes.

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Ken Appleby joined the Albany Devils for their 11 am practice Thursday at Knickerbacker Arena. The rookie netminder was reassigned from the Adirondack Thunder after Scott Wedgewood left Wednesday’s 3-2 overtime win with a right shoulder injury.

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