While there has been no shortage of training camp cuts and waivers today, there have been some other small transactions around the hockey world.
- Blue Jackets unrestricted free agent center Ryan Kujawinski has signed a tryout agreement with Calgary’s affiliate in Stockton, per a team release. The 23-year-old bounced around last season spending time with the affiliates in Arizona, New Jersey, and Columbus. He was not tendered a qualifying offer back in June.
- Former Canadiens prospect Connor Crisp announced his retirement via his Twitter account. He spent last season on a minor league deal in Detroit where he collected 16 goals and 14 assists in 44 games with Toledo of the ECHL. Crisp dealt with concussion trouble during his time in Montreal’s organization and in his announcement, he mentions how he is still dealing with worsening post-concussion symptoms.
- Veteran forward Jeremy Morin is looking to resume playing in North America. He has joined Washington’s affiliate in Hershey on a tryout basis, the AHL team announced. Morin was a bit of a hockey nomad last season, spending time in Russia, Finland, and in multiple Swiss leagues, as well as a brief stint in the ECHL. The 27-year-old has 82 career NHL games under his belt between Chicago and Columbus.