For the second consecutive year, the Albany Devils have partnered with GE for “GE Kids-In-Free Night” at the Times Union Center on Saturday, January 14 when the Devils host the Syracuse Crunch. All children 12-and-under will receive a free game ticket when accompanied by an adult with a ticket. Additionally, the first 1,000 kids to arrive for the 7 p.m. game will receive a GE sponsored Albany Devils t-shirt.

“This event was one of the highlights of our season last year,” said Devils CEO Chris Ciceri. “There was an overwhelming sense of youth and vibrancy in the arena and we hope we can recapture that experience for the thousands in attendance.”

"We're excited to team with the Devils for the second year in a row to offer a ‘GE Kids-In-Free Night’ for local families,” said Communications and Public Affairs Manager for GE Energy Christine Horne. “GE is proud to support a variety of family-friendly activities encompassing a range of interests and to offer Kids in Free opportunities at several Capital Region venues."

The first ever Albany Devils “GE Kids-In-Free Night” was held on February 18, 2011 and the event drew the third-largest crowd of the season.

Other GE Kids-In-Free events have been held at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, at Tri-City ValleyCats contests and Siena and UAlbany basketball games.

Children will be the focus of the night with a wide array of activities targeted at kids during breaks in the action.

The preceding was provided by Kevin Zalaznik, Director of Public Relations for the Albany Devils.