The second-place Devils can make up some ground when they travel to face the first-place Falcons Tuesday at 7 pm.
The Devils will try and build off Friday’s 2-1 win against the Sound Tigers when they travel to face the Wolf Pack Saturday at 7 pm. The Devils are 14-4-2-3 when coming off a win this season.
The Devils, who have had success at home for most of the season, will try and end a three-game home slide when they host the Sound Tigers Friday at 7 pm.
The Devils will try and avenge their 5-2 loss during Friday’s game when they host the Senators Sunday at Times Union Center.
Round nine of the rivalry series between the Devils and the Phantoms will take place Saturday at Times Union Center. Both the Devils and Phantoms will try and end recent skids during the 2 pm contest.
Only one point separates the Devils and the Senators in the Eastern Conference standings. The teams will battle twice this weekend, starting Friday at 7:05 pm at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.
For the second straight week, the Devils carry back-to-back wins into a Sunday contest against Hershey. Puck drop is at 5 pm at Giant Center.
Coming off an eight-goal performance, tying a franchise record, the Devils look to carry momentum into their Saturday affair against the Phantoms at Glens Falls Civic Center. Puck drop is slated for 7 pm.
Coming off a four-point weekend, the Devils begin their second straight three-in-three with a 7 pm outing Friday against the Comets at the Memorial Auditorium.
After wins at Springfield Friday (3-0) and against Manchester Saturday (5-2), the Devils are looking to go three-for-three this weekend when they host the Bears for a 4 pm outing at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall.