NHL News: Waivers, Maple Leafs, Rangers, Islanders Kings and Jets

NHL News: Waivers, Maple Leafs, Rangers, Islanders Kings and Jets

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Winnipeg Jets defenseman Jacob Trouba received a match penalty last night
On waivers …

Renaud Lavoie: Put on waivers yesterday.

Reid Boucher – Vancouver Canucks
Dustin Tokarski – Anaheim Ducks
Paul Thompson – Vegas Golden Knights
Thomas Tynan – Vegas Golden Knights
Cody Bass – Nashville Predators
Jordan Szwarz – Boston Bruins
Tommy Cross – Boston Bruins
Reece Scarlett – Florida Panthers
Alexandre Grener РFlorida Panthers
Tye McGinn – Tampa Bay Lightning
Andrew Agozzino – Colorado Avalanche
Rocco Grimaldi – Colorado Avalanche
Trent Vogelhuber – Colorado Avalanche
Felix Girard – Colorado Avalanche
Joe Cannata – Colorado Avalanche
Jesse Graham – Colorado Avalanche
Michael Latta – Arizona Coyotes
Tyler Gaudet – Arizona Coyotes

On the Toronto Maple Leafs …

Future of the Six: The Maple Leafs have invited defenseman Brandon Gormley to their Marlies training camp.

Dave McCarthy: Coach Mike Babcock said to not read too much into Miro Aaltonen and Calle Rosen being in a better position to make the team based on last night’s lineup.

“I knew this would happen today. Don’t go there. There’s a whole bunch of guys in those battles. They got the first opportunity with the big club, how’s that?”

On the New York Rangers …

Dan Rosen: Coach Alain Vigneault said that J.T. Miller would start the season on the wing. Centers Andersson, Chytil and Nieves are the reason Miller will be on the wing.

Dan Rosen: Vigneault said that “it’s a possibility” that both Andersson and Chytil will start the season in New York.

On the New York Islanders …

Arthur Staple: Coach Doug Weight said that Matthew Barzal has done enough at this point to make the team.

On the Los Angeles Kings …

Jon Rosen: The Kings have released Brandon Prust and Shane Harper from their PTOs.

On Brian Gionta

Paul Hamilton: Brian Gionta said that it’s looking good that he’ll play in the Olympics for Team USA. He’s still open to other things.

On the Winnipeg Jets …

Ken Wiebe: Defenseman Jacob Trouba was given a match penalty and ejected from last night’s game for an illegal check to the head.

Scott Billeck: Trouba’s match penalty carries an automatic¬†one-game suspension that can be rescinded.