Coming off their fifth straight win, the Devils held an optional practice Thursday at Times Union Center.
Speed played a big part of the Devils success last season and with some key additions it has become an even bigger asset.
Coming off back-to-back wins last weekend, the Devils carry momentum into Wednesday’s game against the first-place Monarchs.
Nothing like some national pride to drive competition. Instead of the Albany Devils being segmented by lines during Tuesday’s practice at Knickerbacker Ice Arena, the team was split into two teams: USA vs. Canada.
Dan Kelly and Reece Scarlett were among the handful of Devils players to participate in Tuesday’s optional skate at Times Union Center.
Keith Kinkaid and Scott Wedgewood were equally good this past weekend, helping the Devils to back-to-back wins.
With Mike Sislo with New Jersey, the Devils have shuffled some lines to find more goals.
The Devils took some time Monday to work on the power play and did so with just one goaltender.
The Devils are looking for a mix of skill and grit with their line combinations.
Joe Faust and Mark Fraser both made their season debuts last weekend. Now they, along with the rest of the Devils, prepare for three games in four nights.
Clemmensen could return to lineup this weekend, Hrabarenka resumes skating and Thompson adds two more goals.
Coming off a weekend split, the Devils skated briefly Monday before going their separate ways for the Holiday break.