NHL News: Released from PTOs, Waivers, Canadiens, Hurricanes, Blues and Flyers

Released from a PTO

Chris Johnston: The Los Angeles Kings have actually launched forward Nate Thompson from his PTO.

Chris Johnston: The Vancouver Canucks launched defenseman Danny DeKeyser from this PTO.

On waivers

Renaud Lavoie: Players who were put on waivers the other day.

  • Boston Bruins – Nick Wolff, Oskar Steen, and Connor Carrick.
  • Buffalo Sabres – Sean Malone.
  • Chicago Blackhawks – Brett Seney, Dylan Sikura, Luke Philp and Nicolas Beaudin.
  • Columbus Blue Jackets – Brendan Gaunce.
  • Minnesota Wild – Zane McIntyre.
  • Montreal Canadiens – Mitchell Stephens, Anthony Richard and Alex Belzile.
  • New Jersey Devils – Tyler Wotherspoon, Robbie Russo, Joseph Gambardella and Jeremy Groleau.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins – Taylor Fedun.
  • Vancouver Canucks – Collin Delia, Brady Keeper, Noah Huulsen, John Stevens and Guillaume Brisebois.

The Canadiens indication Owen Beck

Montreal Canadiens: The Canadiens indication Owen Beck to a three-year entry-level agreement.

The Hurricanes indication Grigorii Dronov

Walt Ruff: The Carolina Hurricanes have actually signed defenseman Grigorii Dronov to a one-year, two-way agreement. He’s been sent out to the AHL.

Scott Perunovich is out for a minimum of 6 months

Jeremy Rutherford: St. Louis Blues defenseman Scott Perunovich will be re-evaluated in 6 months as he’ll require surgical treatment to fix a fractured shoulder.

Two Canadiens are out with an upper-body injury

Eric Engels: Montreal Canadiens forwards Emil Heineman and Joel Armia are out with upper-body injuries.

The leaflets not hurrying Cam Atkinson

Charlie O’Connor: Philadelphia Flyers coach John Tortorella stated that they are bewaring with forward Cam Atkinson however includes that he’ll be all set for their routine season opener. Tortorella included that Atkinson is currently knowledgeable about his systems (they were together in Columbus) so there is less seriousness to get him practicing.



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