There'll be lots of new faces in Rochester next season The Buffalo Sabres are really devoting lots of time and effort to their AHL affiliate the Rochester Americans during this Free Agency period. After making two signings yesterday to bolster the blue line, they have announced the signing of center Derek Grant on a two-way contract. Grant is expected to be a replacement for forward...
Via Die By The Blade
28 days ago
BUFFALO – The Sabres have added forward depth on the second day of free agency, signing center Derek Grant to a one-year, two-way contract. The 6-foot-3, 202-pound Grant, 26, will likely be ticketed for the AHL Rochester Americans. The Michigan State product has three assists in 40 NHL games with the Ottawa Senators and Calgary Flames. Grant has often been a top-level AHL scorer...
Via Buffalo Hockey Beat
28 days ago
Forward Micheal Ferland will return from an eight-game absence on Tuesday as the Calgary Flames open a four-game road trip versus the Florida Panthers.Ferland, who has been sidelined since Oct. 23 with a sprained MCL, will play on the team's fourth line with Derek Grant and Josh Jooris. Ferland has one assist in seven contests this season."I'm really excited to get back into the...
Derek Grant is one of my favorite unheralded prospects on the Ottawa Senators and today, it was announced that he had been re-signed by the organization to a one-year, two-way deal that will pay him a $700,000 salary in the NHL and an $85,000 AHL salary. Grant, who had filed for arbitration, nets a $20,000 AHL raise and a $40,000 raise should he crack the parent club. Based on Ottawa’s...
Shortly after being named as Binghamton’s new captain, forward Mike Hoffman has been recalled by the Ottawa Senators and the man who Hoffman replaced, Mark Borowiecki, has subsequently been demoted. Although the Senators appeared completely content to carry eight defencemen for a stretch, now that Borowiecki has been demoted, the Senators have also opted not to carry two extra...
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