As the offseason rages on, make sure to keep track of all of the non-NHL transactions going on all around the hockey world. We’ll keep an updated tracker of today’s moves right here:
- Boston University product and former New York Islanders signee Robert Carpenter has failed to secure an AHL contract for 2022-23, opting to instead sign with the ECHL’s Florida Everblades for the 2022-23 season. Carpenter was let go from the Islanders organization without any NHL looks after just two full seasons with AHL Bridgeport. Joining the Milwaukee Admirals on an AHL contract for 2021-22, though, Carpenter failed to score a point in 11 games, instead spending 19 games in the ECHL with the Everblades, scoring 18 points.
- While he’ll be attending Columbus Blue Jackets training camp on a PTO, Cole Fonstad has once again assured himself a spot within the organization next year, signing a one-year contract to remain with the Cleveland Monsters. The 22-year-old Fonstad was a WHL champion in 2019 with the Prince Albert Raiders. An unsigned 2018 draft pick of the Montreal Canadiens, Fonstad had 20 points in 45 games with Cleveland last year, his first professional season.
- Daniel Audette, a former QMJHL star and minor leaguer in the Montreal Canadiens organization, has signed a contract in Switzerland. Audette, who split 2021-22 between KHL club Vityaz Podolsk and SHL club Orebro HK, is a talented scorer who has been able to put together productive seasons in every league he’s played in. Per a team announcement, he heads to Lausanne HC on a two-year deal.
- Former OHL star Sam Miletic, who played 2021-22 with the AHL’s Chicago Wolves, has signed a contract with Ostersunds IK of the Swedish second-tier Allsvenskan. Miletic has regressed since an impressive rookie AHL season and will join an Ostersunds club that was just recently promoted from third-tier HockeyEttan.
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