Seth Helgeson went from proving he can play in the AHL to playing in the NHL. Back in Albany, he is continuing to develop his craft.
Graham Black, Rod Pelley and Kelly Zajac could all be available for the Devils this weekend. Their return comes as Albany hopes to make up ground in the Eastern Conference.
Paul Thompson and Joe Whitney were on the losing side of the AHL All-Star Game, but in the end it was a historical night.
Paul Thompson and Joe Whitney helped the Eastern Conference to a 15-11 win in the 2015 AHL All-Star Skills Competition.
The Devils return to St. John’s for the first time since the 2014 Calder Cup Playoffs. Head Coach Rick Kowalsky says the team needs to play a playoff-type game this weekend.
Raman Hrabarenka is working his way back from injury and trying to regain his early season form.
Next stop for the Devils: Prudential Center. Albany will try and earn a crucial two points in New Jersey’s building.
After gaining three-of-six points last week, the Devils prepare for a pair of games against the Admirals and a matchup against the Wolf Pack.
The Prudential Center game and GE Kids In Free highlight the week for the Devils, who have points in three consecutive games.
With his second AHL All-Star selection, Joe Whitney has become the first Devil to be named to the mid-season classic twice. Here is a year-by-year look at the Devils all-star selections.
With 36 games remaining on their schedule, the Devils are facing a wild ride to the finish line.
Coming off four games last week, the Devils will hold their first full practice Wednesday at Knickerbacker Ice Arena. Tuesday was an optional day for the players.