Devils Power Play Continues To Scuffle In A Loss At Providence Bruins
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.