In a season full of milestones, the Devils added one more to the record books. Their 5-0 victory against the Americans Friday at Blue Cross Arena helped the Devils reach the 100 point plateau.
The Albany Devils influence continues on the national level. On Sunday, goaltender Scott Wedgewood and defenseman Vojtech Mozik made their NHL debuts.
After a hectic travel schedule, the Devils gear up for back-to-back games at St. John’s.
Defensemen Brandon Burlon and Vojtech Mozik and forward Blake Pietila will miss Wednesday’s contest against the St. John’s IceCaps.
The Devils’ first-year players have made a major impact on the team’s success so far.
Marc-Andre Gragnani could be in the lineup as early as Wednesday when the Albany Devils host the Bridgeport Sound Tigers at Times Union Center.
The Albany Devils were one point shy of a perfect three-in-three road weekend. The team defeated the Providence Bruins, 4-2, Friday before downing the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, 2-1, in overtime Saturday. A 2-1 overtime loss against the Springfield Falcons Sunday was the only blemish on the Devils’ efforts.
Vojtech Mozik netted his first career AHL goal, going post and in against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers
Graham Black, Matt Lorito and Vojtech Mozik, who missed last Saturday’s opener with injuries, participated in Wednesday’s skate.