Ducks: Roster Cuts And Waivers

Photo: Anaheim Ducks YouTube

Photo: Anaheim Ducks YouTube

By Michael Walters

According TVA Sports Renaud Lavoie, yesterday(9/28/15) the Anaheim Ducks placed Max Friberg, Matthew Hackett, and Michael Sgarbossa on waivers.

UPDATE: According to Elliotte Friedman, all NHL players placed on waivers yesterday have cleared them. This is good news as Friberg, Hackett, and Sgarbossa will all stay in the Ducks organization and likely play in San Diego to start this season.

For more information on waivers and how they work please visit: NHL Waiver Rules. If you still have questions after looking at that article, then feel free to ask us questions. Below is the list of all the player movement in the past couple of days.

Players assigned to the San Gulls (AHL)
Matt Bailey – Center
Joseph Cramarossa – Left wing
Ryan Faragher – Goaltender
Nicolas Kerdiles – Left wing
Eric Knodel – Defenseman
Antoine Laganiere – Left wing
Kyle MacKinnon – Center
Brian McGrattan – Right wing
Jaycob Megna – Defenseman
Bryan Moore – Left wing
Brandon Montour – Defenseman
Stefan Noesen – Right wing
Andrew O’€™Brien – Defenseman
Shane O’€™Brien – Defenseman
Kenny Ryan – Right wing
Shea Theodore – Defenseman
Harry Zolnierczyk – Left wing

Assigned to Barrie (OHL):
Julius Nattinen – Center

Released from tryout:
Sheldon Brookbank – Defenseman
Vitaly Vishnevski – Defenseman
Matt Berry – Right wing

Released and pending assignment:
Kevin Gagne – Defenseman
Charlie Sarault – Center

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5 thoughts on “Ducks: Roster Cuts And Waivers

    • Friberg was a contender for a roster spot. The team kept Ritchie instead so they must see more value in his game at the moment. The Ducks are also loaded at the forward position with all the off season moves.

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    • “Waivers” can be boiled down to 2 situations:
      1. You don’t like a player and/or his salary so you put him on “waivers” hoping another team will pick him up.
      2. You like a player but you need to send him down to the minors. He HAS to be put on “waivers” to be demoted because of the CBA, but you hope another team WON’T pick him up.

      Friberg fits in the latter.

      Every player has “waiver” privileges on for a demotion based on their draft year/age/games played/etc.
      http://thehockeywriters.com/nhl-waiver-rules/

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