The New Testament rarely refers to archangels in only two places. Judah's address is about the description of the archangel Michael who had argued with the devil for Mose's body. Another description depicted that when Christ heard the archangel's voice again. Gabriel has never been called the archangel in the Gospels.
When the archangel Michael was arguing with the devil for Mose's corpse, he did not dare to accuse him with calumny, but said, "the Lord will blame you." - (Chapter ninth of the first chapter of Judas)
For the Lord himself will come down from heaven, with the voice of the call, and the voice of the archangel, and the sound of the God. - (Thessalonians fourth chapter sixteenth)