Via TheAHL.com The Pittsburgh Penguins prospect pool is well… not ideal. The Penguins have been in a state of “win now” hockey for what seems like forever, which involves trading prospects and picks to get veterans who can help the team win now. The Stanley Cup runs have hurt this team’s future in a bigContinue reading “Looking into the Pittsburgh Penguins Prospect Pool”
Via The Boston Globe While not a trade or FA signing, the Penguins made a move yesterday that is going to help them build a better club in the future. On Monday, general manager Ron Hextall announced the hiring of Chris Butler (player development coach), Greg Pateryn (professional scout), and Garrett Peters (global crossover scout).Continue reading “Penguins’ Bolster up Scouting and Development Staff”
Full roundup of all injuries and unavailable players from around the NHL, updated on the fly! Does not include players on COVID protocol list or in travel quarantine. Players with red text are on Injured Reserve (IR), and players with purple text are on Long-Term Injured Reserve (LTIR).
Via Yahoo Sports Currently, there are 12 players remaining on PTO’s (professional tryout contracts) at NHL training camps. Last updated: 10/11/21 @ 7:20pm ET Name Team Result D, Ben Hutton ANA Demoted to AHL San Diego F, Tobias Reider ANA Released F, Alex Galchenyuk ARZ Signed one-year, $750K contract D, Aaron Ness BOS Signed withContinue reading “2021 Pro Try-Out Tracker”
Full house attendances are back! Keep track of all teams’ game-by-game figures, averages, and more right here throughout the 2021/22 NHL season!
An all new Arena Capacity Tracker for the 2021 season, with dated updates from all 31 NHL teams on their ability to host fans, or not, for home games this season.