Times Union walks the line, remembers best AHL talent to come through Albany

@Dylan Rossiter
When the Albany Devils leave town at the end of the season, it'll mark the end of a 24-year run for the American Hockey League in Albany. Between the River Rats and the Devils, here are the 25 men chosen for the "unofficial" Albany professional hockey Hall of Fame by our panelists.

The greatest paper north of the city has done it again. Sunday, the Hearst-owned publication counted down the top 25 AHL faces to make an impact in Albany throughout the league’s 24 year run at Times Union Center, formerly ‘The Knick.”

Spearheaded by the paper’s current Devils beat reporter, Pete Dougherty, a panel of six hockey heads got together and created their own hall of fame. Check out their “unofficial” all-time class. Just make sure you come back over here.

Albany will be without an AHL team for the first time since 1992 when the Devils pull out of town at the end of this season.

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