• Sgarbossa Inks One-Year Deal With Ducks

    News: Michael Sgarbossa signed a one-year (two-way) contract that will pay him $605,000 at the NHL level with the Ducks on Thursday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
    Analysis: Michael Sgarbossa tallied 38 points (10 goals, 28 assists) with AHL Norfolk last season. He will provide Anaheim with organizational depth at forward, and will likely spend the majority of the 2015-16 season in the AHL.
  • Ducks Acquire Sgarbossa From Avs

    News: Michael Sgarbossa was acquired from the Avalanche on Monday in exchange for defenseman Mat Clark.
    Analysis: The Avalanche and Ducks are likely just exchanging spare minor-league parts to round out their respective AHL rosters. The 22-year-old Michael Sgarbossa had four goals and 23 points in 40 games with the Avs' affiliate in Lake Erie this season and is considered a minor prospect.
  • Avs Reassign Sgarbossa

    News: Michael Sgarbossa was reassigned to AHL Lake Erie on Monday.
    Analysis: The Avs decided to swap out Michael Sgarbossa and Tomas Vincour in their bottom six for Paul Carey and Borna Rendulic, both of whom were called up from Lake Erie in corresponding moves. Sgarbossa notched one point in three games with the parent club.
  • Avs Recall Sgarbossa

    News: Michael Sgarbossa was recalled from AHL Lake Erie on Sunday.
    Analysis: Michael Sgarbossa's recall comes on the heals of an announcement that Jamie McGinn could need season-ending back surgery. The move likely indicates that could be the case, as the 22-year-old was added along with Colin Smith, requiring the team to open up a roster spot.