As the fallout from the Matthew Tkachuk, Jonathan Huberdeau, and MacKenzie Weegar blockbuster wraps itself up, there is still plenty happening around the hockey world. We’ll be sure to keep everything updated, whether it’s a superstar for superstar swap or a minor league signing. For news more like the latter, check back here for all the latest.
- The Providence Bruins announced that they have signed goaltender Francois Brassard to a one-year AHL contract for the 2022-23 season. A 2016 draft pick of the Ottawa Senators, Brassard spent five years in the QMJHL before playing Canadian college hockey for Carleton University. Now 28, Brassard turned pro after his 2018-19 college season and has spent his entire professional career in the ECHL, absent a three game stint with the AHL’s Hartford Wolf Pack this season. The goaltender has absolutely earned himself a chance to shine in the AHL next season, posting a 2.19 goals-against average and .911 ave-percentage in 31 games for the Jacksonville IceMen of the ECHL this past season.