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Spinozzi Signed, Maguire to Wheeling 10/4
October 4, 2017Posted by on
News dujour out of Coal Street Wednesday was news that the Penguins signed Kevin Spinozzi to a professional tryout agreement and then later in the day sent Sean Maguire to the Wheeling Nailers.
Spinozzi certainly earned the extended tryout agreement. While I don’t see him as a regular contributor to the Penguins defensive corps in the immediate future, he may play a factor when the injuries start piling up and bodies are pulled from all over the place. Obviously, Clark Donatelli and his staff saw enough of Spinozzi to offer him the tryout agreement.
Sean Maguire was sent to the Wheeling Nailers. It wasn’t a matter of if, it was a matter of when for Maguire with the tandem of Tristan Jarry / Casey DeSmith already set in goal for the Penguins. Maguire should see the majority of starts for the Nailers and be ready should his services be needed by the Penguins in the near future.
Pittsburgh finalized its roster. Here it is:
That does not include Andrey Pedan, who we can only assume has been assigned to Wilkes-Barre.
AHL Previews are rolling along with the Pacific, Central and North done and the Atlantic rounding things out Thursday at noon.
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