Ha - only problem he'd put 'em over the vet limit again.
easy way to solve that: get rid of Tyler Arnason (5 games, 1 assist, -4, 0 PIM)... some games I watched, I actually had to check the online scoresheet to see if he is dressed 'cause he's just invisible...
Rissmiller's assigment to GR is different than Nylander's in that Rissmiller could remain with the Griffins all season. The 30-year-old's pro career includes 182 NHL games and 354 AHL games. Last season, Rismiller played in 2 games with the Rangers and 64 with Hartford.
The Griffins are off to a slow start this season and with their home opener Friday, it's good for them to bolster their roster. But is this a bad sign for the Wings' system depth?
“Patrick’s a player that we’ve known pretty well over the years from being in Cleveland,” said Griffins general manager Bob McNamara. “We like his size, he can play center and wing, and he’s put up good numbers in the AHL. We think he’ll be a good fit for us.”
Didn't I already explain the tendencies of the Wolf Pack's AHL schedule? It's to maximize attendance.
Originally Posted by Levitate
yes but it's still ridiculous that they haven't played in almost a week
i think it was referred to some of us more regular Pack fans... its seems like forever they've played... I can't go to the games live living in Europe, so for me its paying $7 a game to see most of their games on AHL Live... makes it seem even longer being so far away...