SYRACUSE, NY – The Albany Devils fell 2-1 in overtime to the Syracuse Crunch Saturday at the War Memorial at Oncenter. With the loss, the Devils move their record to 34-25-2-2 and fall three points behind first place Syracuse. The Crunch improve their record to 32-21-6-5. •Box Score After a scoreless 40 minutes, Matthew Peca
The Albany Devils fell to the Rochester Americans, 5-3, Saturday at Times Union Center.
The Devils and Americans face off tonight for a 5 pm puck drop at TU Center.
The Devils look to take their streak on the road as they travel for a 7 pm puck drop at Utica Friday.
The Devils and Sound Tigers are both trending up with their recent play. The two teams square off Tuesday at 7 pm at Webster Bank Arena.
The Devils returned to practice Monday and Head Coach Rick Kowalsky provided and lineup update, while Ben Sexton reflected on his families day with the Stanley Cup.
After a 2-0 start to the season, the Albany Devils are trying to stay humble as they head into a three-in-three weekend.
Seth Helgeson talks to the media ahead of Thursday’s Game 5 between the Devils and Marlies.
As the New Jersey Devils head west for a three-game California swing, they’ve decided to take some reinforcements with them. On Tuesday, they recalled defenseman Seth Helgeson and winger Mike Sislo from Albany.
The New Jersey Devils have recalled forwards Joseph Blandisi and Reid Boucher and defenseman Seth Helgeson from the Albany Devils.
For the 10th consecutive time the Devils stepped onto the Times Union Center ice, they skated off with a victory. Mike Sislo has a goal and two assists and Scott Wedgewood made 26 saves as the Devils downed the Phantoms, 4-2, Saturday.
The Devils, who have been battling injuries much of the year, are beginning to reach full health, as evidenced by 24 of the 26 players on the roster participating fully in Tuesday’s practice.