Roster Starts to Normalize

(Photo Credit: Todd Reicher)

(Photo Credit: Todd Reicher)

After yesterday’s chaotic happenings due to food poisoning for the Nashville Predators the process to bring some normality back into the AHL and ECHL outfits is starting to unfold. The Predators have reassigned forwards Trevor Smith and Frédérick Gaudreau to the Milwaukee Admirals. Meanwhile, the Admirals have assigned goaltender Mark Visentin back to the Cincinnati Cyclones. The Admirals have also released both Shawn O’Donnell and Dov Grumet-Morris from their PTO Contracts. O’Donnell is expected to report back with the Cyclones.

When you consider all that took place yesterday across all three tiers of the Predators organization it is rather incredible how all responded. The Predators came away with a stunning 5-1 win at home over the reigning Stanley Cup champions the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Admirals fought a hard contest, battling back from down 2-0, but took away a point on the road after a 3-2 shootout loss to the Rockford IceHogs. Then the Cyclones earned their first win of the season by defeating the Wheeling Nailers 2-1 at home. For rapidly getting stretched thin the entire organization really shined last night.

UPDATE. You can now include goaltender Juuse Saros as one of the names being reassigned by the Nashville Predators to the Milwaukee Admirals.

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One Response to Roster Starts to Normalize

  1. SmoothJazZ85 says:

    very nice to have depth good job saros getting first win

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