The New Jersey Devils have announced that left winger Mattias Tedenby has been assigned to the Devils AHL affiliate, the Albany Devils.
Devils President and General Manager Lou Lamoriello said that someone will be recalled from Albany before tomorrow's game against Boston. My guess is that someone is Bobby Butler.
The Albany Devils fell short against the Syracuse Crunch last night losing 3-2. They're now 0-2-0 to start the season. Here are some notes on the game as well as on some New Jersey Devils prospects that were in action yesterday.
- Mattias Tedenby scored and had four shots in the 3-2 loss. From what I saw he did a very good job of finding open lanes and creating space and chances...
By: Mike Luciano (@THG_MikeLuci)
With everything considered, it’s apparent that you can only stretch your topics of NHL-related discussion for so long as the lockout continues to delay (or most likely prevent completely) the start of the 2012-2013 season. While the negatives of these evident circumstances grossly outweigh the positives and whether a season materializes or not,...
While nobody wants a lockout and in more cases than not it does more harm than good, there are several players that spent time with the New Jersey Devils last season that could benefit from an NHL lockout while playing the season in Albany. In this post I take a look at who three of those players are.
While Tedenby has the skill set to play in the NHL, his lack...
Newcomer Alexei Ponikarovsky will wear No. 12.
Swedes win friendly bet with Ilya Kovalchuk
By Mike Luciano (@MikeLuci)
It’s great to be back writing hockey. I’m in Ithaca this weekend on a much needed getaway after getting some immaculate stresses lifted off my shoulders from the unrelenting academic demands of my class schedule, but have and always will find the time to write and talk hockey. On an unrelated note to this article, Cornell’s mens ice hockey team...
Young forward must improve defensively
November 09, 2011