Kamenev Reassigned to the Admirals

(Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)
(Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)

The Nashville Predators have announced that Vladislav Kamenev has been reassigned to the Milwaukee Admirals. The news comes only two-hours away from the start of both respective teams games tonight on home ice.

Kamenev made his NHL debut on 1/6/17 on the road against the Florida Panthers after making a cross-country flight after having traveled with the Admirals to San Jose. He played in 2 games for the Predators registering a shot on goal, a plus/minus rating of -1 that came during his first career NHL shift, and 2 penalty minutes.

With the Admirals this season he has played 31 games while amassing 24 points (9 goals, 15 assists). It isn’t clear just yet whether he will arrive in time for the Admirals game tonight against the Charlotte Checkers or if the team will need to dress seven defensemen to fill out a squad.

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