Ingram has agreed to voluntarily enter the NHL's player assistance program, the league announced Monday. Ingram was serving as the team's third goalie on the practice squad but will have to be replaced while he away from the team. Kasimir Kaskisuo is the most likely candidate to move up to the taxi squad in the meantime.
The Predators have recalled Ingram from his loan with IF Bjorkloven of Sweden's HockeyAllsvenskan league. Ingram appeared in nine games during his loan, compiling a 5-4-0 record while posting a 2.51 GAA and a .898 save percentage. He's behind Juuse Saros and Pekka Rinne on the Predators' organizational depth chart, so he likely won't see much NHL action in 2020-21.
The Predators have loaned Ingram to IF Bjorkloven of Sweden's HockeyAllsvenskan league. Ingram will head to Sweden for now, but he'll be recalled ahead of the Predators' 2020-21 training camp, whenever that may be. The 23-year-old backstop spent the entirety of the 2019-20 campaign in the minors, compiling a 21-5-5 record while posting an impressive 1.92 GAA and .933 save percentage in 33 appearances. He's expected to once again serve as AHL Milwaukee's No. 1 netminder next season.
The Predators signed Ingram to a three-year contract extension Monday. Ingram has been brilliant at the AHL level this season, recording a 1.92 GAA and .933 save percentage alongside a 21-5-5 record. The 22-year-old netminder seems primed to compete for a spot on the NHL roster, and he could get that opportunity soon; both Pekka Rinne and Juuse Saros are set to become free agents following next season.
Nashville reassigned Ingram to AHL Milwaukee on Thursday. Pekka Rinne (illness) is expected to be available for Thursday's clash with Calgary, so the Predators are no longer in need of Ingram's services as a backup. The 22-year-old netminder will return to his role as Milwaukee's starter, where he's compiled an 18-5-5 record while posting an impressive 1.98 GAA and .931 save percentage this year.
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