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Loss to Bruins hurts Devils' playoff bid

Albany Devils left winger Joe Whitney, tries to control an airborne puck in front of Providence defenseman Torey Krug at the Times Union Center in Albany Friday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Albany Devils left winger Joe Whitney, tries to control an airborne puck in front of Providence defenseman Torey Krug at the Times Union Center in Albany Friday.
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Albany ran into a hot rookie goalie Friday who has more wins in his own pocket this season than the Devils as a team. Niklas Svedberg stopped 18 of the 19 shots he saw and improved to 33-8-2 as the Providence Bruins beat the Devils, 4-1. The Bruins did a good job of limiting the real scoring chances Albany had, as the Devils often had trouble stringing more than two passes together. “There’s a reason ...


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