Three NHL Players' Careers Officially Hit Rock Bottom

Published February 12, 2024 at 11:28
Sunday in the NHL saw only a couple of early games due to Super Bowl Sunday, but some teams were busy on the waiver wire.

The Winnipeg Jets placed 29-year-old center Dominic Toninato on waivers after he played 15 games this season, tallying 1 goal and 4 assists, with a +7 rating. He carries a reasonable cap hit of $775,000 for another year after signing a 2-year deal in April 2023.

The New Jersey Devils waived 28-year-old center Max Willman after 13 games, where he managed 1 goal and 1 assist, sporting a +1 rating. Like Toninato, Willman also has a $775,000 price tag but lacks additional term on his contract.

The biggest news of the day came from the Detroit Red Wings, who waived 27-year-old center Nolan Stevens. Stevens, who played 31 games for the Grand Rapids Griffins, accumulated 3 goals and 8 assists for 11 points. The Red Wings are placing him on unconditional waivers to terminate his contract, signaling a departure despite his AHL performance.

February 12   |   151 answers
Three NHL Players' Careers Officially Hit Rock Bottom

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