AHL Report Headlines: Monday November 13, 2017

  On this day in hockey history1934 — Only one goal is scored by the St. Louis Eagles in their 2-1 loss to the Montreal Maroons on this day, but that goal, scored by Ralph Bowman, is the first penalty shot goal of NHL history. It’s also Bowman’s first NHL goal. 1984 — In a 5-4 overtime victory by the Los Angeles Kings over the Quebec Nordiques, Bernie Nicholls became the first player in league history to score a goal in all four periods of a game.
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by Joseph Whalen, Staff Writer, AHL Report

► Avalanche acquire Hammond, Kamenev

  • Milwaukee Admirals forward Vladislav Kamenev and Belleville Senators goaltender Andrew Hammond were acquired by the Colorado Avalanche as part of a three-team trade last week. It was a blockbuster trade that saw forward Matt Duchene finally being moved out of Colorado and landing in Ottawa. For their part, the Nashville Predators got forward Kyle Turris. The Avs also come away with defenseman Samuel Girard, forward Shane Bowers, and three draft picks. Hammond has since been loaned back to the Belleville Senators for the time being.

► CCM/AHL Player of the Week

  • The American Hockey League announced Toronto Marlies forward Mason Marchment was selected as the CCM/AHL Player of the Week for the period ending Nov. 5, 2017. Marchment tallied one goal and six assists in three games during that week.

► Stars, Panthers trade

  • The Florida Panthers swapped defenseman with the Dallas Stars with Florida’s Reece Scarlett heading to Texas in exchange for Ludwig Bystrom. Bystrom has appeared in six games for the AHL’s Texas Stars this season, recording one goal. Scarlett has one goal and one assist in 13 AHL games with the Springfield Thunderbirds.

► Season signings

  • The Milwaukee Admirals have added former University of Wisconsin forward Mark Zengerle on an American Hockey League contract after picking him up off waivers.