albany hockey

kent parson is from upstate ny okay he and his mom and his sisters lived in a small town that no one actually knows about if he tells them the name like half an hour outside of albany he played peewee hockey for the troy albany youth hockey association before he played in the q and like he was so happy to get out of that town when he joined the q which is understandable like it was unbearable to live there because everything and everyone was so backwards but he missed his family and once everyone started talking about the draft whether he or jack would go first sometimes he wished that he could just go to the ahl and play for the albany devils instead of going to the nhl and having to move so far away and obviously he came to terms with it once he moved to vegas but he goes and visits them as often as he can and he buys them tickets to the games he plays against the rangers and the islanders and pays for them to get down to the city to actually go to the games and every christmas he takes his sisters ice skating at the empire state plaza even after theyve gone to and graduated from college and i just upstate ny kent parson

Veterans Day Special

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The Albany Devils will offer a “Veterans Day Special” during their game against the Norfolk Admirals at the Times Union Center on Friday, Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. By showing proper identification, all current and former military members can purchase a ticket for $11.

Tickets will be available for purchase Friday beginning at 10 a.m. at the Times Union Center box office located at the corner of South Pearl and Market St.