Devils Generals Take a Trip to Albany

A few Devils Army Generals took a trip up to Albany on Saturday, March 3rd to watch the Albany Devils take on the Adirondack Phantoms. We got a chance to meet with the PR and Marketing department of the Albany Devils at the Times Union Center to get a glance at life as an Albany Devils employee and how they use social media. At five o’clock it was game time! We made sure to pick up the giveaway that night, a Devil Dawg piggy bank (Seth already has coins in it), and bought a couple mystery pucks that were signed by current Albany and New Jersey Devils players. Seth got lucky with a Zach Parise autographed puck and Kevin got a Travis Zajac autograph. Albany unfortunately lost to the Phantoms but Kevin won a pretty nice prize pack from playing Devils Trivia – and that’s all that matters, right?

Albany Devils Trip, New York State Line

New York! The Empire State! ... Where's Time Square?!

Albany, The City

Um, snow?

Albany, The City

Taking in the sites of Albany

Times Union Center

Times Union Center

Mystery Puck - Zach Parise

Got lucky with this Mystery Puck!


Hey, we know him.

Keith Kinkaid

Keith Kinkaid

Albany Devils Starting Line Up During Anthem

Albany Devils starting line up during anthem

Kevin answering Devils Trivia

Kevin answering Devils Trivia

Devils Trivia

Oh, tough one!

Albany Devils Trivia Prize Pack

Awesome Albany Devils prize pack!

Albany Devils Eric Gelinas

Just hanging out with Eric Gelinas after the game

Devils Generals, Kevin Lankey, Allyson Wilcox, Seth Plotnick, Albany Devils Game

Successful road trip!

This post was a group effort with contributions from Seth Plotnick, Allyson Wilcox and Kevin Lankey.

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Posted on March 22, 2012, in Devils Army, Devils Army Generals, New Jersey Devils, New Jersey Devils Fans and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Hey guys, thanks so much for making the trip up, and bringing some notoriety to the A-Devs. As a longtime Devils fan, to have our farm team back in Albany is exciting, and often times it gets lost how many people in Albany are Devils fans. Now maybe if we can get the word about the team out there a little bit more, hockey will have long term success in the Albany area.

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