After a quiet night yesterday, the NHL is back in action with a slate of ten matchups this evening. With so many games on tap, there will be plenty of movement between the minor leagues, and we’ll keep track of all of it right here.
- The Florida Panthers continue to make near-daily transactions, this time bringing Chase Priskie back up from the AHL. The Panthers will play the Colorado Avalanche at home tonight after winning each of their first three games. Despite moving some pieces in and out of the lineup, Florida has allowed just six goals against in those games.
- The Philadelphia Flyers have sent Nick Seeler back to the AHL for the time being, after Rasmus Ristolainen made his debut for the team last night. The depth defenseman could be back with the team for their upcoming road trip, but on days he’s not going to play, he might as well stay in the AHL and pause his waiver clock. Remember, players who have cleared will have to go through the process again after ten games or 30 days on the NHL roster.
- After Mark Scheifele was put in the COVID protocol and Cole Perfetti sent down yesterday, the Winnipeg Jets have recalled Dominic Toninato to help them fill out a lineup tonight. If Scheifele is unable to clear the protocol by game time, the team appears to be preparing to go with just 11 forwards and seven defensemen. That would have Toninato and Riley Nash as the extras that rotate in, though things could change in the coming hours.
- The Vegas Golden Knights have recalled Daniil Miromanov, who has been a real standout in the Henderson Silver Knights’ first two games. The 24-year-old defenseman has two goals and four points in those games, after spending most of last season in the KHL. The undrafted Miromanov was signed to an entry-level deal in March.
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