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PREVIEW: Devils Prospects vs. Penguins Prospects

Devils continue their tournament with an afternoon game against the Penguins today

by Marc Ciampa / NewJerseyDevils.com

After falling 6-4 to the host Sabres on Friday, the Devils get another crack at it today against the Pittsburgh Penguins. 

You can watch the game right here at NewJerseyDevils.com and also on the team's official Twitter, Facebook and YouTube channels today. 

Read our game preview below. 

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PREVIEW

DEVILS PROSPECTS (0-1-0) vs. PENGUINS PROSPECTS (0-1-0)

TV: 3:30 p.m. ET; NewJerseyDevils.com, Devils Facebook, YouTube & Twitter

Devils Team Scope:

The Devils played their first game of the tournament on Friday but in a lot of ways it was two games as the club fell behind 6-0 but rallied late in the second and in the third period to make the final score a respectable 6-4. 

Colton White had a goal and an assist to lead the way for the Devils Prospects on Friday. The other goal scorers were Joey Anderson, Jesper Boqvist and Jack Hughes. 

Penguins Team Scope:

On Friday, Pittsburgh had a 2-0 lead on the Bruins Prospects after the first period but Boston rallied with three second-period tallies to move in front. The Pens tied it late in the middle frame but Boston scored the lone third-period goal to take it 4-3. 

Sam Miletic led the way for the Pens with a goal and an assist while Calen Addison had two helpers. 

By the Numbers:

In the tournament last year, the Devils defeated Pittsburgh 6-2. New Jersey won two of their three contests in 2018 while the Penguins dropped all three.  

-- Marc Ciampa, NewJerseyDevils.com

ROSTERS

DEVILS PROSPECTS

Forwards   
14 Joey Anderson
42 Nathan Bastian
90 Jesper Boqvist
92 Graeme Clarke
51 Brandon Gignac
57 Mitchell Hoelscher
86 Jack Hughes
74 Ludvig Larson
73 Mikhail Maltsev
41 Michael McLeod
70 Nikita Popugaev
53 Yegor Sharangovich
46 Blake Speers
67 Marian Studenic
59 Fabian Zetterlund
 
Defense   
62 Xavier Bernard
83 Nicholas Canade
75 Jeremy Groleau
78 Noah King
82 Nikita Okhotyuk
71 Colby Sissons
24 Ty Smith
81 Michael Vukojevic
2 Colton White

Goaltenders   
50 Evan Cormier
33 Akira Schmid
31 Gilles Senn

PENGUINS PROSPECTS

Forwards
22 Sam Poulin
34 Nathan Legare
37 Sam Lafferty
38 Chase Berger
41 Josh Williams
42 Sam Miletic
45 Jake Lucchini
57 Anthony Angello
62 Brandon Hawkins
64 Jordy Bellerive
70 Chris Brown
74 Billy Moskal
78 Renars Krastenbergs
82 Jan Drozg

Defense
6 John Marino
32 Zach Lauzon
48 Jon Lizotte
67 Michael Kim
73 Pierre-Olivier Joseph
76 Calen Addison
79 Niclas Almari
80 Liam Ross

Goaltenders
33 Alex D'Orio
60 Emil Larmi

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