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.
The Devils are waiting to determine a timeline for Seth Helgeson’s return to the lineup. The Devils’ defenseman was injured during a play at St. John’s on Dec. 16.
Seth Helgeson is the guest on the A-Devils Podcast Season 1, Episode 5
Seth Helgeson previews Saturday’s contest against the Utica Comets.
When the Albany Devils took the ice Sunday afternoon to face the Binghamton Senators, defenseman Seth Helgeson did so for the first time in his professional career with the alternate captain’s A on his chest.
Seth Helgeson addresses the media after a 3-1 win against Portland.
The transactions have been flowing the last couple of days and rightfully so with rosters due to the NHL by 5 pm Tuesday. There have been a few moves at the AHL level as well that affects the makeup of the Albany Devils roster, which is due to the AHL by 11:59 pm Thursday.
The New Jersey Devils have re-signed defenseman Seth Helgeson to a two-year contract.