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Wild's Calen Addison: Nabs first career playoff point
Addison recorded an assist in Monday's 4-2 win over the Golden Knights in Game 5.
Addison entered the lineup with Carson Soucy (undisclosed) out of action Monday. The 21-year-old Addison then delivered his first career point when he set up Jordan Greenway's first-period tally, which stood as the game-winning goal. It's unclear how long Addison will stick in the lineup -- he spent most of 2020-21 in the minors with 22 points in 31 contests for AHL Iowa.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Calen Addison: Promoted to NHL roster
Addison was recalled by the Wild on Wednesday.
Addison will be on hand as an emergency depth option for Minnesota's playoff run. The 21-year-old blueliner has racked up 22 points through 31 AHL appearances this year.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Calen Addison: Back to bus league
The Wild reassigned Addison to AHL Iowa on Sunday.
The 20-year-old got his first taste of NHL action this past week, recording no points, four shots and two hits across 18:31 of average ice time in three games. This news is likely evidence that Carson Soucy, who just got out of the COVID-19 protocol Thursday, is nearing a return to action. Addison will head back to the minors, where he's racked up three assists and a plus-5 rating in three games this year.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Calen Addison: Reassigned to active roster
The Wild recalled Addison to the active roster on an emergency basis Thursday, per CapFriendly.
Addison made his NHL debut against the Kings on Tuesday, and as evidenced by this news, he's expected to play in Thursday's game against the Ducks. The 20-year-old saw 19:41 of ice time Tuesday, and he's expected to handle a similar role in Thursday's game.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Calen Addison: Bumped to taxi squad
The Wild reassigned Addison to the taxi squad Wednesday, per CapFriendly.
Addison made his NHL debut in Tuesday's game against the Kings, supplying two shots, a block and a minus-1 rating across 19:41 of ice time. The 20-year-old could have another shot to suit up with the active roster in Thursday's game against the Ducks.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Calen Addison: Will make NHL debut Tuesday
Addison will be promoted from the taxi squad to play in Tuesday's game versus the Kings, Jessi Pierce of The Athletic reports.
Addison will make his NHL debut Tuesday. The 20-year-old was a WHL phenom, coming close to a point-per-game pace over his final three seasons in Canadian juniors. Addison has fit right in with AHL Iowa this year as well, recording three assists over three games. However, his promotion is a combination of necessity and merit, as the Wild still have four defensemen in COVID-19 protocol.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Calen Addison: Bumps up level
The Wild promoted Addison to the taxi squad via AHL Iowa on Thursday.
The 20-year-old began the season in the minors, where he's recorded three assists and a plus-5 rating through three games. Addison was a key trade piece last season from Pittsburgh, as he figures to be a major player in the future of the franchise. The Wild currently have five players residing in the league's COVID-19 protocol, so Addison's NHL debut could be on tap shortly.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Calen Addison: Starting season in minors
Addison was reassigned to AHL Iowa on Monday.
Addison was a nice trade asset acquired in the Jason Zucker trade with Pittsburgh last season, but the youngster will begin the 2021 season with AHL Iowa. The 20-year-old will be a key piece of the future for the Wild, as he racked up 206 points across 241 games in his three-year career in the WHL. Expect Addison to spend the majority of his time in the AHL for the upcoming season as he continues to develop.... See More ... See Less
Wild's Calen Addison: Part of big trade Monday
Addison was traded along with Alex Galchenyuk and a 2020 first-round pick to Minnesota from the Penguins on Monday in exchange for Jason Zucker, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.
The 19-year-old will be a key piece in the future for the Wild, as he's enjoyed an illustrious career in the WHL. With Lethbridge, Addison has racked up 206 career points across 241 games in his three-year career in the league. The No. 53 overall pick in the 2018 draft could ascend to AHL Iowa following his junior season this spring.... See More ... See Less
Penguins' Calen Addison: Big night in WHL action
Addison picked up a goal and an assist in WHL Lethbridge's 4-3 overtime loss to Winnipeg on Wednesday.
The defenseman finished with a game-high seven shots on goal. Addison is a talented offensive rearguard, but his overall play remains a work in progress. He's neither a big player (5-foot-10) nor a great skater, so the former No. 53 overall selection (2018) is going to have to generate offense in order to have a successful pro career. Addison signed his entry-level contract with Pittsburgh this past April. For the season, Addison has four goals and 11 points in 15 games for Lethbridge.... See More ... See Less
Penguins' Calen Addison: Inks entry-level deal
Addison signed an entry-level contract with the Penguins on Saturday.
Addison played this season with the Lethbridge Hurricanes of the WHL, where he has 65 points in 67 regular-season games along with nine points in seven playoff contests. The 18-year-old was the Penguins' second-round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft, and he's currently on an amateur contract with AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton for the remainder of the season. The skilled blueliner will try to make the team in 2019-20, otherwise he'll be sent back to juniors.... See More ... See Less
Penguins' Calen Addison: Released from Team Canada
Addison was cut by Team Canada ahead of the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championships, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.
Addison -- who is eligible to play in the 2020 tournament -- was selected by the Penguins in the second round of the 2018 NHL Draft. The strong-skating defensive prospect has racked up 31 points in 30 games with WHL Lethbridge this season, which could earn him an entry-level deal from Pittsburgh before the end of the 2018-19 campaign. Even if he does sign an ELC, the 18-year-old figures to spend at least one more year in the minors before he would get a shot at playing in the NHL or AHL.... See More ... See Less
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