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BUFFALO, N.Y. (March 2, 2015) --- The Buffalo Sabres today announced that the team has acquired forward Jack Nevins and a seventh-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft from the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for forward Torrey Mitchell.
Nevins (6’2”, 199 lbs., 9/18/93), who signed a three-year contract with the Canadiens in March 2013, has played 32 games with the Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL) this year in his first full professional season, totaling 88 penalty minutes.
A native of Stittsville, Ontario, Nevins made his professional debut in 2013-14 with three games in Hamilton after recording 48 points (19+29) and 159 penalty minutes in his final QMJHL season with Charlottetown and Rouyn-Noranda.
01:55 MTL Jarred Tinordi served by Jiri Sekac Elbowing (maj) - 5 min against Nate Schmidt
01:55 MTL Jarred Tinordi Fighting (maj) - 5 min against Chris Brown
01:55 WSH Chris Brown served by Nathan Walker Instigator - 2 min against Jarred Tinordi
01:55 WSH Chris Brown Fighting (maj) - 5 min against Jarred Tinordi
01:55 MTL Jarred Tinordi Game misconduct - 10 min
01:55 WSH Chris Brown Misconduct (10 min) - 10 min
via Darren Dreger tweet,
3 years x $1.9 mil per for Torrey Mitchell in Minnesota.
via the San Jose Sharks,
Sharks center Torrey Mitchell sustained a complete non-displaced Tibia/Fibula fracture (two lower leg bones) in a practice session this morning according to Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson. The injury is commonly known as a Tib-Fib or Boot Top fracture.
The time frame for Mitchell’s return to the ice is approximately eight weeks
from Working the Corners,
But both Wilsons were unhappy about an anonymous quote that appeared in TSN commentator Darren Dreger’s blog on the Canadian sports network’s web site. That unnamed coach labeled Mitchell “a player who preys on the vulnerable” in Dreger’s blog on the TSN web site.
“I wonder if he thinks it’s Torrey Mitchell or the Mitchell that plays in Vancouver,” Ron Wilson said. “Torrey’s penalties have been a hook, a trip — what can you say?”
The Sharks coach clearly had a problem with one of his colleagues hiding behind an anonymity.
“I could make a good guess and I bet I’m right, but I’m not even going to go there as to who said that,” he added, before quickly eliminating Minnesota’s coach as a suspect.