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DeSmith, Tokarski, Warsofsky, New CBA, More
October 3, 2019Posted by on
Alright so, a lot has happened this week in the run up to the regular season opener in Hershey Saturday.
— G Casey DeSmith was placed on and cleared waivers and was assigned to Wilkes-Barre this week. He and Emil Larmi are the 1-2 combo in goal right now. That’s because Dustin Tokarski has picked up a knock and won’t be ready for Saturday’s game with the Hershey Bears. Also, Alex D’Orio was sent to Wheeling with Ryan Scarfo this week.
The goaltending position is the deepest position right now. You have quality depth with DeSmith (for now) and Tokarski. The Pens play four games in the next two weeks, so there is plenty of time for Tokarski to fully heal and be ready for next weekend’s three in three.
— David Warsofsky was named captain of the team with Andrew Agozzino and Kevin Czuczman serving as his alternates.
Really can’t go wrong with that veteran group.
— The AHL and the Professional Hockey Players Association (PHPA) announced Thursday they have a new Collective Bargaining Agreement in place for five years.
Labor piece is always a good thing.
I thought when I sat down to hammer this piece out that it would be a long, 500+ word piece. It should check in at just under 200 words.
I’ll be back at noon Friday for a look at the Penguins opponents for the upcoming season.
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