Minneapolis – Saturday, 10/9/2021 8:21 PM
Marco Rossi will have to wait for his NHL debut for the time being.
The Minnesota Wild reduced their training camp squad to 24 players and sent the Vorarlberger to the AHL farm team, the Iowa Wild, for the time being. This means that the 20-year-old will not appear on the big ice hockey stage at the start of the season, but will initially be deployed one level lower. Adam Beckman and defense attorney Calen Addison have to go to Des Moines with him.
The move is not entirely unexpected, as LAOLA1 expert Bernd Freimüller recently assessed (read HERE >>>). Rossi currently has no place in the Minnesota storm ranks and is not quite at the level of before after his corona-related break, which forced him to sit on the couch for several months.
The #mnwild has reduced its training camp roster to 24 players.
The team assigned forwards Adam Beckman and Marco Rossi and defenseman Calen Addison to the @IAWild and recalled goaltender Andrew Hammond from Iowa.
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— Minnesota Wild (@mnwild) October 9, 2021
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