Mikhalchuk receives work authorization
Note: F Vladislav Mikhalchuk has obtained work authorization & has been added to the roster of @WheelingNailers, then placed on reserve. He spent most of last year w/ @PGCougars in @TheWHL (12G & 20A in 40 GP). He also played 1 GP in @khl_eng and 11 GP in @vhl_src in 2019-20. pic.twitter.com/kDfKNKcGB2
— ECHL Week (@ECHLWeek) January 1, 2021
Vladislav Mikhalchuk (168GP, 51G, 64A with Prince George ’17-’20) has received his work authorization, therefore allowing him to be added to the Wheeling Nailers (ECHL) roster. The team then placed him on the reserve list.
Kehler joins Jets on professional try-out
#NHLJets have 3 players on PTOs coming to camp — Trevor Lewis, Jimmy Oligny and G Cole Kehler
— Sara Orlesky (@saraorlesky) January 1, 2021
Cole Kehler (141GP, 66-51-10, 3.31GAA, .899sv% with Kamloops and Portland ’13-’18) has signed a professional try-out with the Winnipeg Jets. With the NHL season having some rule changes regarding a taxi squad and the number of goalies, the Jets found it prudent to bring Kehler in for a try-out. Last season with the Fort Wayne Komets (ECHL) Kehler was 14-10-4 with a 3.05 goals-against average and a .901 save percentage.
Wishart joins SC Csikszereda
— EP Transfers (@ep_transfers) January 1, 2021
Ty Wishart (262GP, 33G, 128A with Prince George and Moose Jaw ’04-’08) has signed a contract with SC Csikszereda of Erste Liga. Last season Wishart played for Eispiraten Crimmitschau of the DEL2 in Germany. He posted seven goals and 16 assists in 31 games. The first-round pick of the San Jose Sharks in 2006 has 26 games of NHL experience.
Hammond joins Frederikshavn White Hawks
MIKE HAMMOND skfiter fra Odense til Frederikshavn
— Metal Ligaen (@metalligaen) January 1, 2021
Mike Hammond (1GP, 0G, 0A with Kelowna ’06-’07) has changed teams in Metal Ligaen in Denmark. The change comes following 20 games with Odense Bulldogs where Hammond had nine goals and 14 assists.w
Fowlie earns extension with ASC Corona Brasov
Cody Fowlie (208GP, 38G, 59A with Everett and Kelowna ’10-’13) has signed an extension with ASC Corona Brasov of the Erste Liga. It is Fowlie’s fourth professional season and second overseas.