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A-Devs Impressions

Last night, I was up in Syracuse to see the Albany Devils battle the Syracuse Crunch. 

The Devils won 1-0, outshooting the Crunch about 40-20.

Here are some quick impressions.

1) Brandon Burlon and Eric Gelinas are both good puckmovers and are solid in their own end.

2) Matt Taormina still likes to play offense more than he does defend in his own end.

3) Alex Urbom is still an AHL player - he needs to learn to use his size better --- he has time, because he is so young.

4) Steve Bernier (our tryout signing) deserves to be in the AHL. It is almost as if he doesn't know how to skate.

5) Jeff Frazee plays the angles well, but still gives up rebounds - he did post a shutout!

6) The Devils prospect Joe Whitney, who is also the A-Dev's leading scorer, is as short as Tedenby, but not nearly as quick or as talented stick-handling. However, he is a smart kid with a good shot. 

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