Marchment secured a one-year, two-way deal with Florida on Tuesday.
Marchment was acquired by the Panthers in February as part of a minor-league swap. After making the move, the 25-year-old winger logged six games for AHL Springfield in which he registered two assists and eight PIM. Looking ahead to the 2020-21 campaign, Marchment figures to again spend the bulk of his time in the minors with AHL Charlotte but should be on the list of potential call-ups throughout the season.
The Maple Leafs traded Marchment to the Panthers in exchange for Denis Malgin on Wednesday.
This trade essentially boils down to a swap of two depth forwards that almost certainly won't have any fantasy implications. Marchment, who tallied one helper in four appearances with Toronto this season, will likely report to Florida's AHL affiliate.
Marchment was demoted to AHL Toronto on Tuesday.
In four appearances for NHL Toronto this season, Marchment has averaged a mere 8:05 of ice time, in which he's tallied one helper, three shots and three hits. The winger's reassignment to the minors leaves the Maple Leafs with an extra roster spot.
Marchment was recalled by the Maple Leafs from AHL Toronto on Sunday.
The 24-year-old earned another call-up from the AHL, while he's accumulated one assist while averaging 6:42 of ice time in three games at the top level. Marchment has been solid in the AHL, racking up 18 points in 24 games, and his next chance to suit up with the big club is in Sunday's game against Buffalo.
The Maple Leafs reassigned Marchment to AHL Toronto on Tuesday.
Marchment has been with the team for two weeks, but he only drew into three games and averaged 6:42 of ice time. He did manage to produce his first career NHL point, an assist, but the 24-year-old's development is better served in the minors.
Marchment was recalled from AHL Toronto on Wednesday.
Marchment registered two goals, two assists and six PIM in 11 minor-league contests since returning from a preseason undisclosed injury. With the winger having shaken the rust off with the Marlies, he will likely challenge Dmytro Timashov and Adam Brooks for regular minutes with the Maple Leafs.
The Maple Leafs activated Marchment (undisclosed) off non-roster injured reserve and loaned him to AHL Toronto on Wednesday.
Marchment has been sidelined since suffering an undisclosed injury during training camp, which is the only reason he's remained with the big club this long. The 24-year-old winger will likely spend the entirety of the campaign in the minors.
Marchment will start the season on non-roster injured reserve, the club announced Monday.
Marchment picked up an undisclosed injury during training camp and now will start the year on IR. The winger figures to land in the minors as soon as given the green light to play and could struggle to earn a promotion this season.
Marchment was assigned to the AHL on Sunday.
The big winger will get to build on his 26-point AHL rookie season in 2017-18.
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