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Sunday afternoon the Albany Devils took on the Connecticut Whale in hopes of extending their two game winning streak and they did just that by shutting out the Whale 1-0. Here are some notes on the game as well as some New Jersey Devils prospect updates.
- That was a huge win for the Devils. With three consecutive wins now they have jumped right back in the playoff picture. I know it's early, b...
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Saturday night the Devils kicked off their first of back-to-back games in style beating the Bridgeport Sound Tigers 3-1 on home ice. Here are some notes on the win as well as some New Jersey Devils prospect updates.
- The Devils won their second consecutive game for the first time all year yesterday evening in beating the Sound Tigers. Despite their poor play throughout the season...
from Jack Todd at the Montreal Gazette via the Calgary Herald,
At this point, Bettman and the owners look like a high-powered scoring machine being ground into the ice by Jacques Lemaire’s New Jersey Devils. They’re frustrated because they’re trapped in the neutral zone and even if they can somehow get past Bobby Holik and Scott Stevens, there’s Martin Brodeur (in the...
By Wil Goldsholl
Hartford, CT, December 9, 2012 - After suffering a 9-2 loss at the hands of the Manchester Monarchs the night before, the Connecticut Whale sought to turn things around against the division rival Albany Devils in Hartford on Sunday afternoon. Despite a slew of quality scoring chances and near-misses, the Whale fell, 1-0.
Keith Kinkaid stopped all 30 Whale...