Think of the most condemning word you want and that apply that to the Albany Devils power play and even then it would be mild compared to the ineptitude with a man advantage. Another o-fer night in Providence for the Devils power play and another loss, 2-1 in a shootout to the Bruins.

The Devils are converting somewhere in the neighborhood of 5% on power plays. In Providence that was 0%. 0-5 with the man advantage and the out shot Providence wins in a shootout.

The night started off well enough as Adam Henrique scored with just over five minutes left in the period and Albany went to the locker room up 1-0.

Chris Bourque evened the game for the Bruins in the second to set up third period drama. Neither team got a puck past the opposing goalie. The Devils were out shot badly in the contest 39-27, that includes only one shot in the overtime.  Bruins goalie Niklas Svedberg and Devils goalie Keith Kinkaid kept the opposition at bay.

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