Training camps opened across the league today, with players getting on the ice in formal settings for the first time. With just a few more days before preseason hockey starts, minor league teams are keeping their eye on cuts or desperate players looking for a home. As always, we’ll keep a track of any notable minor moves right here.
- The Coachella Valley Firebirds have announced a trio of signings, inking David Cotton, Jimmy Schuldt, and Eddie Wittchow to AHL deals. Of note, Schuldt was set to attend Buffalo Sabres training camp on a PTO. Cotton, meanwhile, was unqualified by the Carolina Hurricanes this offseason after scoring just 16 points in 55 games with the Chicago Wolves.
- Chris Terry and Kyle MacLean both appeared on the New York Islanders training camp roster as members of AHL Bridgeport, meaning they have likely re-signed with the minor league club. Terry, 33, is an AHL star, who scored 30 goals and 61 points in 61 games last season. MacLean, meanwhile, happens to be the son of Islanders assistant John MacLean.
This page will be updated with any further transactions