Gregg McKegg

C / Florida Panthers / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    • Panthers Sign McKegg To One-Year Deal

      News: Gregg McKegg signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Panthers on Wednesday, Jameson Olive of FOX Sports Florida reports.
      Analysis: Gregg McKegg was acquired by the Panthers three weeks ago from the Maple Leafs. The 23-year-old tallied 22 goals and 37 points in 62 games for AHL Toronto last season, and figures to open the upcoming campaign with the Panthers' affiliate in San Antonio.
    • McKegg Traded To Panthers

      News: Gregg McKegg was traded to the Panthers from the Leafs in exchange for Zach Hyman and a conditional seventh-round pick in 2017 on Friday.
      Analysis: Gregg McKegg failed to register any points in the four games he played at the NHL level over the past two years, but was able to tally 37 points in 62 games with AHL Toronto this season. He'll likely compete for an NHL roster spot in training camp with the Panthers.
    • Leafs' McKegg Reassigned To AHL Toronto

      News: Gregg McKegg was reassigned to AHL Toronto on Friday, Paul Hendrick of reports.
      Analysis: With the Maple Leafs bothered by a bunch of minor injuries, Gregg McKegg was recalled for one game on an emergency basis. The 22-year-old center doesn't have any points through four career NHL appearances, but he does have 31 points (17 goals) in 51 games for AHL Toronto this season.
    • Leafs Recall McKegg

      News: The Leafs recalled Gregg McKegg on an emergency basis Thursday.
      Analysis: Gregg McKegg, who has notched 31 points in 51 contests for the AHL's Toronto Marlies this season, has not recorded a point in two games with the big club to date. With Peter Holland, Trevor Smith and Zach Sill dealing with injuries, look for McKegg to enter the Leafs' lineup Thursday against the Panthers.
    • Leafs Send McKegg To AHL

      News: The Maple Leafs have assigned Gregg McKegg to the AHL's Toronto Marlies, reports.
      Analysis: Gregg McKegg, who did not record a point in two games with the Maple Leafs after being recalled on January 1, heads back to the minors, with fellow forward Troy Bodie on his way up to the big club in a corresponding move.
    • Leafs' McKegg Called Up From AHL

      News: Gregg McKegg was recalled from the AHL on Thursday, David Alter of reports.
      Analysis: With Joffrey Lupul hitting IR with a lower-body injury, the Leafs called up Gregg McKegg to fill his roster spot. The left-winger has appeared in only one game for the Maple Leafs this season, spending the majority of the year with the Toronto Marlies, for whom he's scored seven goals and registered eight assists in 23 games.
    • Leafs Return McKegg To AHL

      News: Gregg McKegg has been sent back to the AHL, James Mirtle of the Toronto Globe & Mail reports.
      Analysis: After playing just 3:43 against Ottawa on Saturday, Gregg McKegg will head back to the Marlies in favor of Jerred Smithson.
    • Leafs Recall McKegg From AHL

      News: The Leafs recalled Gregg McKegg from the AHL Toronto Marlies on Saturday, David Alter of Sprotsnet 590 reports.
      Analysis: The Leafs are not only dealing with a few injuries up front, but they are also shaking things up on the roster. While there's no word as to which forwards could be headed out the door, the team traded away defenseman Mark Fraser on Friday. Gregg McKegg took part in the team's morning skate and should see a fair amount of ice time. He had nine goals and 17 assists through 35 games with the Marlies this season.
    • Leafs' Prospect McKegg: Concussion Symptoms

      News: Gregg McKegg left Saturday's AHL contest against the Rockford IceHogs after absorbing a hard hit in the first period. "He had concussion symptoms and wasn't feeling right," said Marlies' coach Dallas Eakins in a report in the print edition of the Toronto Sun. "That's an immediate shutdown."
      Analysis: He was blindsided on the hit. He's been struggling in the AHL this season, in large part because of his sluggish feet. He has only five goals and three assists in 24 games and looks like he'll be out a while.
    • Leafs' Prospect McKegg Stuggling As First-Year Pro

      News: Gregg McKegg has struggled in the AHL this season.
      Analysis: Sure, he's still getting his feet wet as a pro, but after an early spurt of four points in five games, he has done nothing in only occasional appearances since Nov. 8. The knock on Gregg McKegg has been his slow feet -- he'll need to work hard to change that to graduate to the NHL.
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