Paul Thompson scored the lone shootout goal, lifting the Albany Devils to a 4-3 victory against the Syracuse Crunch Saturday at Onondaga County War Memorial Arena.
How do the Devils and Crunch match up?
The Devils are trying to fine-tune their game during the last nine days of the regular season. They will be at work Friday when they travel to face the Crunch at 7 pm at the Onondaga County War Memorial Arena.
How do the Devils and the Crunch match up ahead of their game Friday at 7 pm.
The Devils have points in 15 of their last 18 games, including 13 wins. They will try and move closer to a Calder Cup Playoff berth Friday with a 7 pm contest against the Crunch.
The Devils led three times, but had to mount a comeback to down the Crunch. Here are the game’s three impressions.
Head Coach Rick Kowalsky’s postgame thoughts after the Devils 6-4 win against the Crunch.
Matt Lorito discusses the Devils 6-4 victory to extend the home-winning streak to nine games.
Go behind the lens of the Devils 6-4 victory against the Crunch.
The Devils had and lost three leads, but pulled out a come-from-behind victory with less than eight minutes remaining, defeating the Crunch, 6-4, Saturday. The win extended Albany’s home winning streak to nine games and its overall stretch to five straight.
After leading for most of the game, the Devils had to mount a comeback in their 6-4 win against the Crunch.
Mike Sislo and Corey Tropp scored for Albany and Jonathan Drouin has a pair for the Crunch. Game tied 2-2 after the first period.