The NHL is busy again tonight with nine games on the schedule, including Florida Panthers winger Matthew Tkachuk’s return to his former stomping grounds in Calgary. Like yesterday, though, it’s been a busy day at other levels of the sport as former NHLers or NHL-affiliated players find new homes. We’ll keep track of today’s transactions here.
- After being released from a PTO by the Rochester Americans yesterday, defenseman Brandon Davidson has quickly found a new home. The AHL’s Cleveland Monsters announced today that they’ve signed Davidson for the remainder of 2022-23 on an AHL contract, filling out a defense that’s been decimated by call-ups to their injury-plagued NHL affiliate in Columbus. He’ll be a veteran presence alongside younger Columbus prospects like David Jiricek.
- Once a prominent defensive prospect in the Toronto Maple Leafs system, Andrew Nielsen has found his way back into the AHL after spending most of the past year in the ECHL. After 18 points in 15 games with the Utah Grizzlies, the club has loaned him to AHL San Diego for the time being, which would be Nielsen’s fifth AHL club if he suits up.
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