Found November 22, 2011 on devils.nhl.com:
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The Devils announced they have assigned forward Eric Boulton to Albany (AHL) for conditioning. Boulton will suit up for Albany this weekend. They visit Rochester on Friday, Adirondack on Saturday and Springfield on Sunday. The A-Devils (9-6-1-...
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