So far this season, the IceCaps have had the Albany Devils number. Albany is 1-4-0-0 against their divisional rival, but entering Wednesday’s 7 pm contest at Times Union Center the Devils have the momentum of a five-game winning streak on their side.
The IceCaps have had the Devils number this year, but Albany has the momentum of a five-game winning streak heading into Wednesday’s game.
The Devils extended their winning streak to six games with a 4-3 victory against the IceCaps Wednesday at Times Union Center. Yann Danis set a franchise record with his seventh straight win and Mike Sislo extended his goal streak to eight games.
The Devils late push was held off by the IceCaps in a 2-1 decision Saturday at Times Union Center.
The Devils and IceCaps have a quick turnaround after last night’s game, which the visitors won 4-2. These North Division rivals face off for the second time in as many days and for the fourth time this season today at 2 pm.
Despite a pair of Jim O’Brien goals, the Albany Devils lost, 4-2, against the St. John’s IceCaps Friday. The setback was only the third in regulation for the Devils at Times Union Center this season.
Head Coach Rick Kowalsky confirms that Mike Sislo, who left Wednesday’s game early with a lower-body injury, will play against St. John’s.
The Devils host the IceCaps for the first of two consecutive games Friday at 7 pm.
The IceCaps have played the Devils tough so far this year. They prepare for back-to-back games, starting Friday.
For the second-straight game, the Devils ran into a strong netminder in an IceCaps’ jersey. A day after unleashing a season-high 46 shots in a 3-2 setback at MileOne Centre, the Devils again had 46 attempts, but lost 5-1 to the IceCaps Wednesday.
After the IceCaps took the first game of a two-game set, the Devils face off against their North Division rival Wednesday at 6 pm (Eastern).
The Devils made a push late, but eventually succumbed to the final horn, falling to the IceCaps, 3-2, at MileOne Centre.