His tenure lasted just two periods, and at that, it was in the Edmonton Oilers final pre-season game. But now that Steve MacIntyre is set to return from the knee injury that ended his time with the team, the Oilers do not have a roster spot.
Not with Luke Gazdic now entrenched on the fourth line.
The Oilers had claimed Gazdic after MacIntyre was hurt.
“He’s been out for a...
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Forward Steve MacIntyre is heading back to Edmonton, where his NHL career began. The enforcer was claimed off waivers today by the Oilers after the Penguins put him on the waiver wire yesterday. If he cleared, he would have reported to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. However, that will not be happening. The Oilers felt they needed an enforcer after losing Sam...
We're incredibly late on this, but Steve MacIntyre has been claimed off of waivers by the Edmonton Oilers.
The time you took to read this post was longer than the time MacIntyre spent on the ice for the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Edmonton Oilers were already on the lookout for an enforcer to beef up their team a hunt that only seemed to intensify when Sam Gagner suffered a broken jaw on Saturday at the hands stick of Zack Kassian.
They found their man on Monday in the form of a waiver claim from the Penguins. Former Oiler Steve MacIntyre is headed back to Edmonton.
It's not every day that a waiver...
Sunday the Pittsburgh Penguins reassigned their winger Steve MacIntyre to their minor league system.
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No. This is not a typo. On Thursday, April 18, 2013, the Pittsburgh Penguins announced that they have recalled forward Steve MacIntyre from their AHL affiliate; Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (WBS). MacIntyre, who has played 12 games in a Pittsburgh Penguins uniform, has played all of the games with WBS in the 2012-2013 season. Although this is newsworthy, [...]
According to the Pittsburgh Penguins' official website, Steve MacIntyre has been recalled from the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins.
The best part of the news release is where they try to make him look like an actual hockey player by listing statistics:
Last year the 32-year-old MacIntyre split the season between Pittsburgh and WBS. MacIntyre played 12 games with Pittsburgh...
Vomit. Pens re-signed Steve Macintyre to a two year- two way deal.
Twitter is once again the place to be for news. Our "TPBHockeyNews" list is a good follow for Penguins and NHL writers. We've embedded a live stream of Tweets from that feed below. You may have to refresh it though... it doesn't seem to work that well.
There are plenty of hockey experts out there who can tell you all sorts of details on tough guys floating around the NHL & AHL. What we know is that, according to his Twitter account, we’re scared sh*tless of this Steve MacIntyre guy. He’s the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins enforcer after spending some time this year with the Pittsburgh Penguins. So yeah, Sunday was an enforcer...
Steve MacIntyre's climb to the NHL was an unusual one. From the time he turned pro in 2000 until his debut with the Edmonton Oilers in 2008, he played for eight teams in six leagues, four of which no longer exist.