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Extra! Extra!

It’s a momentous occasion!

I could break out in song…

Or start dancing…

 

 

But instead, I’ll just scream it…

I’M GOING TO THE PLAYOFFS!!!!

Wait…I’m going to the playoffs?  Holy crap!

How am I going to cover this??

Stay tuned to Sunday’s recap for just how things are going to happen.

But for now, I’ll just enjoy the moment for the first time in 4 years.  It’s been too long.

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Game 75: Albany at Portland

Where: Androscoggin Bank Colisee, Lewiston, ME.

When: 7:00 PM.

Season Series:

Albany leads 2-1.

Standings:

Albany: 38-23-5-8, 89 points, 2nd place in Northeast Division, 6th in Eastern Conference

Portland: 24-38-3-9, 60 points, 5th place in Atlantic Division, 15th in Eastern Conference

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Pirates Leading Scorers/Goaltending:

Andy Miele, 70 points (27 G, 43 A); Lucas Lessio, 53 points (28 G, 25 A); Tobias Rieder, 47 points (27 G, 20 A)

Mark Visentin, 14-19-5, 3.30 GAA; Louis Domingue, 9-17-2, 3.58 GAA; Chris Rawlings, 1-3-1, 3.82 GAA; Mike Lee, 0-2-1, 3.81 GAA

Listen: AHL Live, WLOB 1310 AM

Twitter: @AlbanyDevils, @PortlandPirates

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Photo Gallery: 4/11-13/14

Dan Kelly

Dan Kelly

Scott Wedgewood

Scott Wedgewood

Corbin McPherson

Corbin McPherson

Alexander Urbom, Stefan Matteau, Mattias Tedenby

Alexander Urbom, Stefan Matteau, Mattias Tedenby

Seth Helgeson

Seth Helgeson

Darcy Zajac

Darcy Zajac

Brandon Burlon

Brandon Burlon

Keith Kinkaid

Keith Kinkaid

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Home Sweep Home

Remember last weekend?  It was a pretty much wasted one, with only 1 out of 6 points earned.  Fast forward to this weekend, three games, all on home ice.  And it was a perfect one, as the Devils swept the homestand and moved to within one more win of clinching a coveted playoff berth.  Time for a happy recap of the week:

Tuesday: Two new amateur tryouts were signed just in time for the annual end of season party for the season ticket holders downtown.  Earlier in the day, it was reported that Wisconsin defenseman and 2010 draft pick Joe Faust had signed on.  He appeared in all 37 games for the Badgers this season, posting 2 goals and 12 assists.  The second one I learned about when I walked into the ballroom at the Hilton and took my seat next to him.  He turned to me and introduced himself (a rarity, usually I’m the one having to make the introductions), it’s Graham Black.   The 2012 5th round draft pick just completed his third full season with Swift Current (WHL), picking up 97 points (34 goals, 63 assists) in 69 games.  And he’s probably one of the most interesting people I’ve met in the organization through the first four years.

4/11 vs. Bridgeport: 2-1 W

The big home weekend kicked off Friday evening with the fifth and final visit of the season from the Sound Tigers, a team Albany had gone 4-0 against on home ice.  An uneventful first period ended on a good note, as the puck bounced off Kelly Zajac and into the net, and video replay confirmed it.  Dan Kelly was originally awarded the goal, but it was changed to the younger Zajac as the second was getting underway.  One of many newcomers on the Sound Tigers (pretty much half the roster is up on Long Island helping the Islanders play out the string), Jesse Graham, would score his first professional goal during a 5 on 3 advantage late in the second to tie the game up.  But Zajac would come through again in the third, breaking the tie 5 minutes into the period for a 2-1 Devil lead.  And Keith Kinkaid took care of the rest, stopping all 7 Bridgeport shots to get the win.  He finished with 22 saves and #2 star of the game honors.  Seth Helgeson and Stefan Matteau had the lone assists.

Lines:

Harri Pesonen-Rod Pelley-David Wohlberg

Scott Timmins-Reid Boucher-Joe Whitney

Mattias Tedenby-Kelly Zajac-Stefan Matteau

Cam Janssen-Darcy Zajac-Ben Johnson

Extra: Chris McKelvie, Mike Hoeffel, Graham Black

Defense Pairings:

Seth Helgeson/Corbin McPherson

Dan Kelly/Brandon Burlon

Alexander Urbom/Raman Hrabarenka

Extra: Reece Scarlett, Curtis Gedig, Joe Faust

Saturday: The first of the reinforcements have arrived, as Eric Gelinas was officially reassigned to Albany.  His last appearance in an Albany uniform was back on February 22nd.  He finishes his New Jersey season with 7 goals and 22 assists in 60 games.  He did not make it back in time to get in the lineup for Saturday’s game.

4/12 vs. Providence: 2-1 W (SO)

Another big matchup as the 6th place Bruins came into town for their only visit.  Despite Albany outshooting the visitors 11-6 in the first, it was Providence up 1-0 on a late power play goal by Zach Trotman.  Defense and goaltending on both sides took over in the second, as Albany only allowed 3 Bruin shots but was unable to get anything of their own past Bruins goaltender Niklas Svedberg.  Third period the Devils would finally solve Svedberg, as Harri Pesonen scored his 14th 3 minutes into the period to tie things up at 1.  Providence had a great chance to end things late and going into overtime when Albany ended up shorthanded, but the Devils killed off the penalty.  The game would end up going to a shootout…Keith Kinkaid would stop the first three Bruin shooters.  In the third round, Stefan Matteau would connect, but in the fourth round Seth Griffith would tie it up.  Joe Whitney scored in the bottom of the fourth round, then Kinkaid stopped Justin Florek in the fifth round to seal the victory, the 6th win out of 14 shootouts for Albany this season.  Kinkaid had another outstanding performance, stopping 18 of 19 Bruin shots (some acrobatic ones included).  Seth Helgeson had the lone assist.

Lines:

Joe Whitney-Reid Boucher-Scott Timmins

Kelly Zajac-Mattias Tedenby-Stefan Matteau

Rod Pelley-Harri Pesonen-David Wohlberg

Chris McKelvie-Darcy Zajac-Ben Johnson

Extra: Cam Janssen, Mike Hoeffel, Graham Black

Defense Pairings:

Brandon Burlon/Dan Kelly

Seth Helgeson/Corbin McPherson

Raman Hrabarenka/Alexander Urbom

Urbom/Burlon and Kelly/Hrabarenka other pairings

Extra: Eric Gelinas, Reece Scarlett, Curtis Gedig, Joe Faust

Sunday: Tim Sestito was placed on waivers by New Jersey so he can return to Albany.  He did play in the season finale at The Rock, a 3-2 win over Boston (hey, an organizational sweep!) that may possibly be the end for Martin Brodeur in a Devil uniform.

4/13 vs. Syracuse: 4-0 W

The Devils finished off the homestand with one last visit from the Crunch, who escaped with a 1 goal win in their last meeting in central New York.  But this time would be different, with newcomer Charles Lavigne making his first AHL start with Olympic hero Kristers Gudlevskis up in Tampa.  After a relatively quiet first period, the Devils turned up the offense in the second, scoring 4 times in a span of 6:12.  Reid Boucher would start things on a power play, with a beautiful breakaway shot.  He would add his second goal 3:24 later.  Chris McKelvie would get in on the fun with his 9th goal 45 seconds later.  Finally Reece Scarlett would score his second of the season on a power play.  And that was all Scott Wedgewood would need, as he went on to stop all 20 Crunch shots in picking up his 4th shutout of the season and complete a perfect 3 for 3 weekend.  Harri Pesonen added three assists and finished a +2.

Lines:

Joe Whitney-Rod Pelley-David Wohlberg

Mattias Tedenby-Kelly Zajac-Stefan Matteau

Reid Boucher-Scott Timmins-Harri Pesonen

Darcy Zajac-Cam Janssen-Chris McKelvie

Extra: Mike Hoeffel, Ben Johnson, Graham Black

Defense Pairings:

Seth Helgeson/Corbin McPherson

Eric Gelinas/Raman Hrabarenka

Dan Kelly/Reece Scarlett

Extra: Alexander Urbom, Brandon Burlon, Curtis Gedig, Joe Faust

Monday: As expected, Sestito cleared waivers and was reassigned, along with Mike Sislo, Jon Merrill, and Adam Larsson.

Conference Standings:

The perfect weekend all but ensured that the Devils would get a playoff spot.  But there’s still some positioning to get settled first:

5. Binghamton–91 points

6. ALBANY–89

7. Providence–89

8. Hershey–86

9. Norfolk–86

As of right now, Albany is looking at a first round matchup against the Penguins.  But with the East Division so close, that could change depending on the week’s events.  With a good week they could even move up to 5th and draw St. John’s (there’s a daunting travel schedule).  The magic number is down to 2: a win in Portland on Wednesday, or an OT/SOL and a Norfolk regulation loss will clinch it.

Obligatory Fight of the Week:

Sit back and enjoy Darcy Zajac taking on a SNL Killer Bee…I mean, a Providence Bruin…

My Player of the Week:

Out of all the outstanding performances on the weekend, I’m actually splitting it between both goaltenders, as Keith Kinkaid won twice and only allowed two goals (and one in the shootout on Saturday, but that doesn’t really count) followed up by Scott Wedgewood’s fourth shutout of the season.  Honorable mention does go to Harri Pesonen and his four point (1 G, 3 A) effort.

Team Leaders:

Goals: Mike Sislo (23)

Assists: Joe Whitney (31)

Points: Joe Whitney (52)

+/-: Corbin McPherson (+16)

Penalty Minutes: Seth Helgeson (100)

Wins: Keith Kinkaid (23)

GAA: Keith Kinkaid (2.30)

Save Percentage: Keith Kinkaid (.912)

Elmira/Orlando Update:

The Jackals finished the season with a 1-2 road trip in Gwinnett and South Carolina, finishing 2013-14 with a 24-40-3-5 mark, good for 56 points and a 12th place finish in the Eastern Conference (also 3rd place of 3 teams in the Atlantic Division).  Riley Boychuk had 5 PIM in Friday’s loss to South Carolina.  Final Elmira stats can be found here.

Meanwhile, down south, Orlando finished up the regular season with a pair of home wins and a shootout loss, finishing with a 43-24-2-3 record and 91 points, finishing 4th in the Eastern Conference.  Maxime Clermont started all three games this week, beating Greenville twice (20 saves in a 3-2 win on Thursday, 35 saves in a 5-4 win on Sunday) and losing to Reading 1-0 in a shootout.  He finishes his regular season with a 5-3-0-1 mark and a 3.35 GAA for the Solar Bears (6-9-0-1, 3.34  with Elmira).  Orlando will take on Cincinnati in the first round of the Kelly Cup playoffs beginning on Thursday night in Florida.

This Week’s Schedule:

Two games left to close out the regular season slate.  Wednesday night the Devils travel to Maine to take on the Pirates (rescheduled from Friday), the earliest a playoff spot can be in the books.  Then they close it out on home ice Saturday afternoon against Springfield.  After that, we wait to see where the postseason will take them.

As for my end of season review…I may do the first part next week, which is a recap of the regular season stats-wise.  Parts 2 and 3 will likely be whenever the postseason wraps up.  And still figuring out how to cover the first round.

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Game 74: Albany vs. Syracuse

Where: Times Union Center, Albany, NY.

When: 5:00 PM.

Season Series:

Albany leads 3-2.

Standings:

Syracuse: 30-30-4-8, 72 points, 5th place in East Division, 12th in Eastern Conference

Albany: 37-23-5-8, 87 points, 2nd place in Northeast Division, 7th in Eastern Conference

Media Kit

Crunch Leading Scorers/Goaltending:

Brett Connolly, 55 points (20 G, 35 A); Jonathan Marchessault, 53 points (21 G, 32 A); Vladislav Namestnikov, 47 points (19 G, 28 A)

Cedrick Desjardins, 8-17-3, 2.77 GAA; Charles Lavigne, 0-0-0, 0.00 GAA

Listen: AHL Live, ESPN Radio Syracuse

Twitter: @trace_1114, @AlbanyDevils, @SyracuseCrunch

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Game 73: Albany vs. Providence

Where: Times Union Center, Albany, NY.

When: 5:00 PM.

Season Series:

Providence leads 1-0.

Standings:

Providence: 39-23-2-8, 88 points, 3rd place in Atlantic Division, 6th in Eastern Conference

Albany: 36-23-5-8, 85 points, 2nd place in Northeast Division, 7th in Eastern Conference

Media Kit

Bruins Leading Scorers/Goaltending:

Alexander Khokhlachev, 57 points (21 G, 36 A); Seth Griffith, 49 points (20 G, 29 A); Craig Cunningham, 47 points (25 G, 22 A)

Malcolm Subban, 15-8-5, 2.30 GAA; Niklas Svedberg, 24-15-3, 2.72 GAA

Listen: AHL Live

Twitter: @trace_1114, @AlbanyDevils, @AHLBruins

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Game 72: Albany vs. Bridgeport

Where: Times Union Center, Albany, NY.

When: 7:00 PM.

Season Series:

Albany leads 6-3.

Standings:

Bridgeport: 27-36-2-6, 62 points, 4th place in Northeast Division, 13th in Eastern Conference

Albany: 35-23-5-8, 83 points, 2nd place in Northeast Division, 7th in Eastern Conference

Media Kit

Sound Tigers Leading Scorers/Goaltending:

Alan Quine, 26 points (7 G, 19 A); Chris Langkow, 18 points (5 G, 13 A); Aaron Ness, 16 points (6 G, 10 A)

Kenny Reiter, 10-11-2, 3.04 GAA; Kevin Poulin, 1-10-1, 2.91 GAA

Listen: AHL Live

Twitter: @trace_1114, @AlbanyDevils, @TheSoundTigers

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Photo Gallery: April Road Trip

Darcy Zajac

Darcy Zajac

Scott Wedgewood

Scott Wedgewood

Joe Whitney & Mike Hoeffel

Joe Whitney & Mike Hoeffel

Brandon Burlon

Brandon Burlon

Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson

Reid Boucher...and say, that #34 looks familiar...

Reid Boucher…and say, that #34 looks familiar…

Seth Helgeson

Seth Helgeson

One last look at the GFCC ice.

One last look at the GFCC ice.

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Wasted Opportunities

A very busy week to start the month of April for the Devils, which unfortunately culminated in a 0-2-1-0 road weekend (for one point out of six) that put a dent in getting closer to a playoff spot.  And losing players to callups after injuries struck in New Jersey didn’t help either.  How things went down this week:

Monday: With Jon Merrill out after taking a puck to the face in Saturday’s loss to the Islanders, Adam Larsson made his triumphant return to New Jersey after an extended stay in Albany.  In 32 games, he posted 3 goals and 16 assists.  He made his first New Jersey appearance since November in Monday’s win over Florida.

Tuesday: With Ryane Clowe sitting out Tuesday and both Tim Sestito and Stephen Gionta still out with assorted injuries, Mike Sisl0 was recalled for the third time this season and played in the Devils shootout loss to the Sabres in Buffalo.  He even got a chance to extend the shootout in the 9th round, but was stopped by rookie goaltender Nathan Lieuwen to seal the victory for Buffalo.  All this while he was cleaning up at the Awards Banquet (ask Darcy Zajac, who was the lucky one to carry everything home).

Wednesday: Congratulations go out to Dan Kelly, who was selected as the Albany representative for the IOA/American Specialty AHL Man of the Year award.  Heis now eligible for the Yanick Dupre Memorial Award, which will be announced at a later date.

Thursday: Listed in AHL transactions but no official announcement…the first amateur tryout has finally arrived, in the form of 2012 draftee Ben Johnson.  The 19-year-old center just completed his third season with Windsor (OHL), posting 53 points (28 goals, 25 assists) in 59 games and 6 points in 4 playoff games.

Friday: Just after I arrived in Syracuse, another amateur tryout agreement popped up on the transaction wire, as 2009 7th rounder Curtis Gedig signed on.  The defenseman just completed his senior season at Ohio State, where in 33 games he posted 10 points (2 goals, 8 assists).

And now we can finally start on the weekend action!

4/4 at Syracuse: 2-1 L

The weekend road trip started out west in Syracuse, against a Crunch team just barely hanging on in the playoff race.  After a scoreless first period, Harri Pesonen would get the visitors on the board in the second with a power play goal.  Cedric Paquette would tie the game up at 1 late in the second.  Things would stay tied until Evan Rankin broke the tie midway through the third to put Syracuse ahead.  And that was all Kristers Gudlevskis would need, as he shut down the Devils offense the rest of the way.  Scott Wedgewood was the hard luck loser in net, stopping 23 of 25 shots and even picking up an assist on Pesonen’s goal.

Lines:

Kelly Zajac-Stefan Matteau-Mattias Tedenby

Joe Whitney-Scott Timmins-David Wohlberg

Harri Pesonen-Reid Boucher-Rod Pelley

Cam Janssen-Darcy Zajac-Mike Hoeffel

Extra: Chris McKelvie, Ben Johnson

Defense Pairings:

Dan Kelly/Raman Hrabarenka

Seth Helgeson/Corbin McPherson

Alexander Urbom/Brandon Burlon

Extra: Reece Scarlett, Curtis Gedig

4/5 at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton: 1-0 L (OT)

The road trip continued south down Interstate 81 to Wilkes-Barre, for a crucial matchup against a Penguins team that not only was in the middle of the playoff race, but fighting Binghamton and Norfolk for first place in the East Division.  Good news came before the game when it was announced that no one would be recalled after New Jersey lost three forwards to injury Friday evening.  The Pens thought they had taken an early 1-0 lead in the first, but the goal was waved off due to the puck being kicked into the net.  What no one knew then was that was the closest anyone would get to scoring for quite a while, as both Keith Kinkaid and Peter Mannino started on a goaltending duel.  The Pens dominated in the first, not allowing the Devils a shot on goal till more than halfway into the period.  But Albany would turn the tide in the second, holding the home team to just 4 shots and sending 11 of their own at Mannino, but he stopped every one.  It was the same song in the third, as the visitors would lead in shots 9-5, but still no one could get the puck in.  The game would go into overtime, where on an offensive turnover former Devil Tom Kostopoulos would pass it to Nick Drazenovic, who would score the game winner just 1:02 in.  Kinkaid played outstanding despite defeat, stopping 17 of 18 shots.  Ben Johnson would make his AHL debut, playing on the fourth line.

Lines:

Kelly Zajac-Stefan Matteau-Mattias Tedenby

Scott Timmins-Joe Whitney-Reid Boucher

Harri Pesonen-Rod Pelley-David Wohlberg

Cam Janssen-Darcy Zajac-Ben Johnson

Extra: Chris McKelvie, Mike Hoeffel

Defense Pairings:

Seth Helgeson/Corbin McPherson

Dan Kelly/Raman Hrabarenka

Alexander Urbom/Brandon Burlon

Extra: Reece Scarlett, Curtis Gedig

4/6 at Adirondack: 4-3 L

A chapter of local hockey history came to a close on Sunday afternoon, as the Devils made their final visit to Glens Falls to take on the Phantoms.  Mattias Tedenby was a late scratch due to an ankle injury in warmup, forcing Albany to go with an 11 F/7 D lineup for the first time since early February.  There was a scare in the first when Scott Wedgewood was knocked into his net by his own teammate Reece Scarlett and was shaken up.  It was pretty obvious when just after he got back on his feet…er, skates…Jason Akeson would score for a 1-0 lead.  Rod Pelley would then answer with his 13th of the season.  But Akeson would strike again during the Devils first power play chance, taking advantage of a turnover and scoring shorthanded for a 2-1 advantage.  Second period things started turning against the Devils, despite outshooting the Phantoms 23-11.  Wedgewood would be taken out in favor of Keith Kinkaid to start the period, and then the lone referee of the game would start to get whistle happy against the visitors.  On their second penalty kill of the period, Petr Straka would extend the lead to 3-1.  But Scarlett would answer with a power play goal of his own minutes later to cut the lead to 3-2.  But with Harri Pesonen in the box for unsportsmanlike conduct after a Phantom tripped him (Koharski logic, got to love it), Akeson would complete the hat trick for a 4-2 lead.  Scott Timmins would score a power play goal in the third to get to within 4-3.  But despite a season high 53 shots on goal on third string netminder Carsen Chubak, and a 6 on 3 opportunity late in the period with a chance to tie it up, the Devils just could not get the job done, and Adirondack held on for the win.  Kinkaid would get tagged with the loss after stopping 23 of 25 shots in relief of Wedgewood, who stopped 5 of 7 before coming out.  Alexander Urbom and Joe Whitney had two assists apiece.

Lines:

Joe Whitney-Reid Boucher-Scott Timmins

Kelly Zajac-Stefan Matteau-Harri Pesonen

Ben Johnson-Rod Pelley-David Wohlberg

Darcy Zajac-Cam Janssen-Boucher/Matteau

Johnson-Whitney-K. Zajac

Extra: Chris McKelvie, Mike Hoeffel, Mattias Tedenby

Defense Pairings:

Seth Helgeson/Corbin McPherson

Alexander Urbom/Raman Hrabarenka

Brandon Burlon/Dan Kelly

Reece Scarlett 7th D

Conference Standings:

When the weekend began, the Devils stood in 6th place in the conference.  After the weekend, they’re lucky to be in 7th.

5. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton–88

6. Providence–86

7. ALBANY–83

8. Hershey–82

9. Norfolk–81

Albany is on pace for 88 points, with the max points they can get is 93.  This would put them in either the 7th or 8th position depending on how the Bears and Admirals fare.  The two teams do play each other twice in Virginia on April 16th and 18th, so this race may not be decided till the last day.  The magic number to clinch a spot is down to 10.

Obligatory Fight of the Week:

Finally making its triumphant return after a couple weeks…here’s the captain mixing it up Friday night:

My Player of the Week:

Well, um, where to begin?  Not a lot of offense (just 4 goals in 3 games), I’m kind of leaning towards both Scott Wedgewood and Keith Kinkaid, who played well in the first two games despite losing.  Not fully to blame for Sunday in Adirondack either.

Team Leaders:

Goals: Joe Whitney (21)

Assists: Joe Whitney (31)

Points: Joe Whitney (52)

+/-: Corbin McPherson (+14)

Penalty Minutes: Seth Helgeson (93)

Wins: Keith Kinkaid (21)

GAA: Keith Kinkaid (2.37)

Save Percentage: Keith Kinkaid (.910)

Elmira/Orlando Update:

Elmira finished off their home schedule this week with a 1-2 record, the lone win coming against Maxime Clermont and Orlando on Friday evening.  Riley Boychuk finally scored his first ECHL goal of the season (he had one during his callup with Albany in November) against Clermont on Friday.  Artem Demkov and Harry Young have both been placed on injured reserve.  The 23-38-3-5 Jackals finish the season on a 3 game road swing through Gwinnett and South Carolina.

As for Orlando…the Solar Bears officially clinched a spot in the Kelly Cup playoffs on Wednesday, despite a 1-2 record for the week.  Clermont appeared in all three games, picking up the win on Saturday in Wheeling after giving up a six spot to Reading on Wednesday and five to his former Elmira teammates on Friday.  Orlando’s record stands at 41-24-2-2, and sit in 4th place in the Eastern Conference.  They close the regular season this week on home ice against Reading and Greenville.

This Week’s Schedule:

Yet another 3 in 3 weekend, but the good news out of this one is it’s all on home ice.  Friday night Bridgeport comes in for its final visit.  Saturday afternoon sees the only trip for Providence to the Capital Region on the year.  Finally on Sunday afternoon one last visit from Syracuse.  Then it’s down to the final week already, with the regular season ending on the 19th.

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Game 71: Albany at Adirondack

Where: Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls, NY.

When: 3:00 PM.

Season Series:

Albany leads 6-5.

Standings:

Albany: 35-22-5-8, 83 points, 2nd place in Northeast Division, 7th in Eastern Conference

Adirondack: 26-36-1-6, 59 points, 5th place in Northeast Division, 14th in Eastern Conference

Media Kit

Phantoms Leading Scorers/Goaltending:

Jason Akeson, 61 points (21 G, 40 A); Ben Holmstrom, 30 points (12 G, 18 A); Brandon Manning, 28 points (7 G, 21 A)

Cal Heeter, 16-24-2, 2.64 GAA; Carsen Chubak, 1-2-0, 2.53 GAA; Yann Danis, 9-11-4, 3.01 GAA

Listen: AHL Live, WNYQ 101.7 FM

Twitter: @trace_1114, @AlbanyDevils, @PhantomsHockey, @dianacnearhos

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