Training camp notes: Stone, Byakabutuka, Mangiapane

Training camp notes: Stone, Byakabutuka, Mangiapane

The injury to the Vegas Golden Knights last season Something they cannot repeat in 2022-23. But there is some good news regarding one of their star players as a right winger. Mark Stone Slipped on a contact jersey today. For the first time in training camp.

The Golden Knights will count on a rock as their captain, especially as their offensive depth continues to dwindle. The 2021 Selke Cup finalist and 2019 runner-up played in just 37 games last season due to injury, scoring nine goals, 21 assists and 30 points. Hopefully the serious back injury he suffered last season won’t be a long-term issue for the 30-year-old.

  • Somewhat unusual these days, a player attending camp on an amateur tryout could do well to earn a contract with the organization. Detroit Hockey Current Kevin Allen Notes The Red Wings are impressed by the defenseman Jeremy Biakabutukawith the head coach Derek Lalonde Praise the skier and level of competition. The 20-year-old is set to return to the QMJHL’s Charlottetown Islanders next season, but could accept an NHL entry-level contract from Detroit or an AHL offer from the Grand Rapids Griffins at the end of the season.
  • Calgary Flames Wings Andrew Mangiapane He was a full participant in the camp today After missing the first four days of team skating with what the team called a “minor lower back injury.” He returned to scrimmage skating on the line with a newcomer Nazem KadriA role he could return to in the regular season as well. Mangiapane is coming off a season high of 35 goals and 55 points.


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