Trenin was demoted to AHL Milwaukee on Thursday.
Considering Trenin was a healthy scratch versus Vancouver on Monday, his reassignment to the Admirals shouldn't come as a surprise. This likely isn't the last time the Russian will get a look with the Predators and he probably will be back up after getting a few games under his belt in the minors.
The Predators recalled Trenin from AHL Milwaukee on Sunday.
The 23-year-old saw action in four games at the AHL level over the All-Star break, collecting three points in that span. Trenin has supplied six points through 13 NHL games this campaign, and he suited up in the past seven games, signaling he will likely draw into the lineup for Monday's game against Toronto.
The Predators reassigned Trenin back to AHL Milwaukee on Friday.
Trenin has collected four points (one goal, three assists) over the last seven games, so his demotion does seem slightly surprising at this juncture. It may just be a move to get the 23-year-old pivot some additional action in the minors during the team's upcoming week-long break. The move likely aligns Austin Watson to draw into Saturday's game versus the Sabres.
Trenin collected the only assist on Kyle Turris' game-winning goal in Sunday's 1-0 win over the Jets.
Trenin has four assists in five games. In limited action, only 11 games, the 22-year-old has found the scoresheet six times. With the Predators in dire need of secondary scoring options, Trenin appears to be in line for more work and, if available, is a worthwhile add in fantasy.
Trenin recorded an assist in Sunday's 5-4 shootout loss to the Ducks.
Trenin has been a solid contributor on the fourth line in eight appearances this season. He's up to four points, a plus-5 rating and 16 hits. Trenin has played in the last two games due Matt Duchene sitting out with an illness. The former would likely exit the lineup when the latter is ready to return.
Trenin potted a goal on two shots in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Kings.
Trenin was in the lineup after Matt Duchene was unavailable due to illness. The Russian forward made the most of the opportunity with an insurance tally in the third period. He's picked up three points, 15 hits and 11 shots on goal in seven games this season, his first at the NHL level. If Duchene remains out for Sunday's game against the Ducks, expect Trenin to remain in a fourth-line role.
Trenin was recalled from AHL Milwaukee on Saturday, Adam Vingan of The Athletic reports.
Trenin's promotion comes after Colton Sissons suffered a lower-body injury in a 5-2 loss to the Penguins on Friday. Trenin, 22, has appeared in six NHL games this season and posted a goal and an assist, along with 14 hits. In the minors, Trenin has been on fire this season, producing 26 points across 20 games with AHL Milwaukee.
The Predators returned Trenin to AHL Milwaukee on Friday.
Trenin played pretty well during his two-week stay with the big club, notching two points while posting a plus-3 rating in five games. The 22-year-old winger will return to a prominent role with Milwaukee, where he's racked up 14 goals and 26 points in 19 games this year.
Trenin notched his second point of the season with an assist in Tuesday's 8-3 whitewashing of the Islanders.
Though he only skated 9:32 in the contest, Trenin spent most of his ice time playing on the top line with Ryan Johansen and Calle Jarnkrok. Despite the plumb assignment, he still doesn't see enough minutes to warrant any real fantasy consideration.
Trenin scored his first NHL goal in Saturday's 6-4 win over the Devils.
Trenin's second-period tally restored a lead for the Predators, with a helper from Rocco Grimaldi. The second-round pick from 2015 has 26 points in 19 games with AHL Milwaukee in 2019-20, so there's some offensive potential in the 22-year-old. He's produced 78 points in 142 regular-season AHL contests over parts of three seasons.
The Predators promoted Trenin from AHL Milwaukee on Friday.
Mikael Granlund is dealing with a lower-body injury, so Trenin could be inserted into the lineup immediately Saturday against New Jersey. The 22-year-old forward has been highly productive in the minors this season, racking up 14 goals and 26 points in 19 games.
The Predators assigned Trenin to AHL Milwaukee on Sunday, Adam Vingan of The Athletic reports.
The 22-year-old got his first taste of NHL action Saturday, dishing out just one hit in 12:35 of ice time in the game. Trenin will head back to the minors, where he racked up 33 points in 74 games with the Admirals last campaign.
The Predators recalled Trenin from AHL Milwaukee on Saturday.
Trenin has had a fantastic start to the season in the minors, racking up four goals and five points in three games. The 22-year-old Russian could make his NHL debut as soon as Saturday against the Panthers.
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