Lowell Devils

The Lowell Devils were an ice hockey team in the American Hockey League. They played between 1998 and 2010 in the Tsongas Arena ( 6,500 seats) in Lowell, Massachusetts. Your club colors were red, black and white. In June 2010 the team to Albany, New York moved to and assumed the name Albany Devils.


Founded in 1998, the team under the name Lowell Lock Monsters as a farm team of the New York Islanders and Los Angeles Kings, both of which play in the National Hockey League. As of the 2001 /02 season they were the farm team of the Carolina Hurricanes, 2004/05 Carolina told the Calgary Flames, the Lock Monsters and 2005/ 06, they shared it with the Colorado Avalanche. Throughout its existence, they have so far twice a division as the best team finish (1999 and 2002 ), but they never came into the play-offs on the second round addition.

In 2006, the franchise was sold to the New Jersey Devils, who henceforth directed the fortunes of the team. After four years, the team leader of New Jersey applied for the relocation of the Lowell Devils to Albany, New York and renamed the Albany Devils to put the team geographically closer to New Jersey. The League granted the request, as had left with the Albany River Rats until the end of the 2009/10 season, a team the city.

Season statistics

Legend: GP = Games played, W = won games, L = Matches lost, D = draw matches, OL = Overtime lost games, SOL = on Penalty Shoot lost games, GF = Goals scored, GA = goals conceded, PTS = points

Club Records