Ducks make another round of roster moves

Posted: 09/19/2013 by bc in Uncategorized

Update: Multiple sources reporting Luca Sbisa is out two weeks with an ankle sprain. No Souray, Beauchemin not cleared for contact, though that hasn’t stopped him entirely and now Luca Sbisa. Looks like Murph will get his wish and have a couple of spots open that will test the depth of this org.
Will Ducks consider making cap space moving Souray to LTIR and tender Leafs RFA Cody Franson an offer sheet?

As to the other roster moves:

The one surprise to me at least is Antoine Laganaire. He’s a first year pro out of the QMJHL. Just thought he might go a little later. Others are surprised at Steve Whitney and Max Friberg. Charles Sarault also raised some eyebrows with his performance. Allare first year pros who were assigned to Norfolk. It’s not like the org doesn’t see a future for them.

Competition steps up as the coaches give fewer players more TOI and a more critical look.

Via AnaheimDucks.com:

The Ducks announced today the following roster moves:

Assigned to Norfolk (AHL)
Max Friberg – Center/Left Wing
Kevin Gagne – Defenseman
Antoine Laganiere – Center
John Mitchell – Left Wing
Andrew O’Brien – Defenseman
Charlie Sarault – Center
Zack Stortini – Right Wing
Chris Wagner – Center/Right Wing
Stefan Warg – Defenseman
Steven Whitney – Center/Right Wing

Released from pro tryout and assigned to Norfolk (AHL)
Maxime Sauve – Left Wing
Teigan Zahn – Defenseman

Anaheim now has 41 players remaining on its 2013 Training Camp Roster – 21 forwards, 15 defensemen (sic) and five goaltenders.

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