Tim Sestito’s media scrum following the Devils 3-2 shootout loss against the Crunch.
Since making his NHL debut with Edmonton during the 2008-09 season, Tim Sestito has found himself in the NHL every year since. He explains why.
New Jersey Devils forward Stephen Gionta holds the top spot on the AHL Devils record list for games played with 371 between 2006-13. Close behind are four current Devils: Tim Sestito, Dan Kelly, Rod Pelley and Joe Whitney.
Tim Sestito, who has been with the organization since the 2009-10 season, is the franchise’s all-time leader with 14 game-winning goals. Approximately 27 percent of his goals are the deciding factor.
The Devils took strides in 2013-14, setting franchise records and earning a coveted playoff spot. The building blocks have already been laid for next season.
Tim Sestito’s versatility helped lead Albany to the Calder Cup playoffs. The assistant captain produced 27 points despite missing time on recall by New Jersey.
The game plans have been established. Practices have been held. Videos have been watched. Now all that is left is the actual game.
Devils forward Tim Sestito talks after Albany’s 5-2 win over Springfield.