When he arrived at his first Devils training camp in 2011, Keith Kinkaid got to meet Martin Brodeur.
It was a thrill the young goaltender will not forget.
“When I first entered the organization I met Brodeur at the start. He’s a class guy and obviously one of the best to ever play the game, if not the best,” Kinkaid said Wednesday.
“It will be different without him, but...
Albany goalie Keith Kinkaid, nursing a sore groin and not traveling with his team last weekend, was solid last season as a first-year pro platooning in the AHL land this season has elevated his game as a starter.
At 24, the 6-foot-2, 190-pound Farmingville, NY native isn't a kid anymore, but his NHL experience, not including preseason exhibitions, consists of one 26-minute stint...
The New Jersey Devils have signed RFA goaltender Keith Kinkaid. Kinkaid signed an entry level contract with the Devils in April 2011 after his sophomore season with Union College. Kinkaid appeared in 42 games for New Jersey’s AHL affiliate Albany in his first pro season during the 2011-2012 campaign, the goaltender posted a 17-23-3 record before following it up with a 21-17-6 [...]
If there is one area that the Whale need help, it’s on defense. That was never more evident than on Saturday night, when the Whale were absolutely destroyed by Manchester, losing by a 9-2 score. The Monarchs, who are the AHL affiliate of the LA Kings, feasted on the weak defense and questionable goaltending throughout the contest, scoring those nine goals on 38 shots.
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...
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Albany Devils goaltender Keith Kinkaid has been selected as the Reebok/AHL Player of the Week for the period ending Dec. ...
Goaltender Martin Brodeur has been taken off injured reserve by the New Jersey Devils after being sidelined more than two weeks with a bruised right shoulder.
Brodeur practiced with the Devils on Monday and could play on Wednesday when they play host to the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Prudential Center.
The 39-year-old Brodeur was hurt on Oct. 13 making a diving stop against the...
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October 31, 2011
Keith Kinkaid returned to AHL Albany