Admirals Sign Joe Pendenza to an AHL Contract

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Joe Pendenza becomes the first of last season’s ATO gang to join the Milwaukee Admirals for the 2014-15 season. (Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)

The Milwaukee Admirals announced late this afternoon that forward Joe Pendenza will be returning to the team for the 2014-15 season.

Pendenza joined the Admirals in April on an amateur try-out contract. He played in 5 games, didn’t score a point, had a plus/minus rating of -1, and 2 penalty minutes. He was coming off of a brilliant campaign for U-Mass-Lowell where he led the River Hawks in all scoring categories: 30 points (14 goals, 16 assists).

~Pendenza’s Chatterbox – April, 4 2014~

Pendenza participated with the 2013 Predators Development Camp:

Pendenza discusses his time with U-Mass-Lowell:

Pendenza describes his game:

Pendenza becomes the second signing of the Admirals off-season. Mike Liambas re-upped last Thursday. One wonders what moves are coming next. There are still a fair bit of unrestricted and restricted free agents to rundown. I also wonder what this signing means in terms of Braden Pimm. Does it mean the the picked Pendenza over Pimm or could both be back next season? Still plenty of unknowns but, hey, this is why they call it crazy season right?

Happy with the signing of Joe Pendenza by the Admirals? What could his signing mean for others looking to return to the team next season? Which unrestricted free agents should the Admirals target next?

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2 Responses to Admirals Sign Joe Pendenza to an AHL Contract

  1. Adsfan says:

    Joe didn’t make an impression on me. I hope that he changes that in 2014-15!

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