Terreri answers call for River Rats

Five years after playing his last game, Chris Terreri is back between the pipes, starting in goal tonight for the Albany River Rats in their game against the Hershey Bears at the Giant Center.

He was replaced at the start of the second period by Frank Doyle after making 14 saves, then returned to the crease at the start of the third.

Terreri retired in 2001 after a 15-year pro career that included two Stanley Cup championships with the New Jersey Devils.

An assistant coach with the River Rats since his retirement, the 41-year-old Terreri has dressed as an emergency back-up for Albany on several occasions, but this is his first game action in the American Hockey League since he skated for the Utica Devils in 1988-89.