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Albany Devils muster up some pride, win

Albany's Darcy Zajac, deflects the puck over the left pad of Providence goalie Adam Morrison to score the first goal of the game at the TImes-Union Center in Albany Saturday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Albany's Darcy Zajac, deflects the puck over the left pad of Providence goalie Adam Morrison to score the first goal of the game at the TImes-Union Center in Albany Saturday.
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A day after an embarrassing loss to the league’s top team, the Albany Devils showed a little more intent and pride on the ice Saturday. Their playoff hopes dashed earlier in the week, the Devils beat Providence, 4-2, one night after the Bruins also had been eliminated from postseason consideration. Despite there being no real meaning behind the game, the Devils found reasons to keep playing. “It’s tough to get up for games when you ...


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