Tim Sestito recaps last weekend’s games and looks towards the final 20 games.
TROY, NY – While most of the hockey world had its eyes on Wednesday’s trade deadline, the Albany Devils were on the ice for their first practice of the week at Knickerbacker Ice Arena. The Devils are preparing for a three-in-three road set, which includes games Friday at Portland, Saturday at Hartford and Sunday at…
Tim Sestito, who has five goals and two assists against Adirondack this season, talks about the Devils-Phantoms rivalry.
Devils forward Tim Sestito talks after Albany’s 2-1 win over Bridgeport.
Tim Sestito’s role is constantly evolving. So far this season, he has played on the top line and on the checking line; with Albany and with New Jersey. He’s relied on to kill penalties and, as of lately, put the puck into the back of the net.
Tim Sestito talks about his versatility and playing with Rod Pelley and Mike Sislo.
After 21 games, the Devils are tied for seventh overall in the AHL. They practiced Monday at Times Union Center in preparation for games Wednesday and Saturday.
Fourteen goals and a shattered pane of glass later, the Devils claimed an 8-6 victory against the Sound Tigers Saturday at Times Union Center.
Phantoms defenseman Bruno Gervais scored a power-play goal 1:47 into overtime, spoiling the Albany Devils comeback, 4-3. Reid Boucher scored with 4:34 remaining in regulation to send the game to OT.
A night after having their four game winning streak snapped, the Devils rebounded with a 5-3 win against the Phantoms at Glens Falls Civic Center. Scott Wedgewood made 24 saves and Tim Sestito registered a goal and two assists.