Preview: Devils at Senators (April 10, 2015)


Game Day: Albany Devils vs. Binghamton Senators
Details: 7:05 pm at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena
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ALBANY, NY — With just six regular-season games remaining, the Albany Devils have little room for error during their three-in-three road weekend. The Devils, who are five points out of the final Eastern Conference playoff spot, begin their travels Friday (7:05 pm) at the Binghamton Senators.

Entering the game, the Devils (77 pts.) trail the ninth-place Springfield Falcons (81 pts.) and the eighth-place Portland Pirates (82 pts.).

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Pregame Reading

Scouting the Devils (33-26-5-6)
• The Devils, who are 6-3-0-1 in their last 10 outings, are coming off a 4-1 win against the Senators Saturday at Times Union Center. Paul Thompson registered his third hat trick of the season and Matt Lorito posted three assists. In goal, Scott Clemmensen made 26 saves.

Reece Scarlett is set to appear in his 100th career game. The second-year pro has produced 41 points, backed by eight goals and 33 points.

• Thompson leads the Devils against the Senators this year with four goals. Mike Sislo (1g-2a), Scott Timmins (1g-2a) and Matt Lorito (3a) are tied for second with three points each.

Scouting the Senators (30-33-7-1)
• Last time out, Binghamton lost, 7-4, to the Norfolk Admirals Tuesday. Carter Camper, Danny Hobbs, Darren Kramer and Cole Schneider each scored.

Shane Prince leads the team and is tied for sixth in the AHL with 59 points. In 67 contests, he has registered 25 goals and 34 assists. Chris Wideman is second on the team with 54 points, backed by 17 tallies and a team-high 37 helpers.

Derek Grant has led the Senators against the Devils this season with two goals and an assist in three contests. In goal, Peter Mannino is 0-1-1 with a 3.50 goals-against average and a .901 save percentage.

The Series

The Devils are 19‐15‐2‐1 all‐time against the Senators, including a 12‐6‐0‐1 home mark and a 7‐9‐2‐0 road record. Albany, which went 3-2-1-0 last season, is 2-1-0-0 against Binghamton this year.