With NHL teams in the process of finalizing their rosters for the start of the season, players that were in camps on tryout contracts are starting to find out whether or not they are going to stick on a roster. For Brandon Pirri and P.A. Parenteau, the answer to that question on Sunday is, at least for now, a no. The Florida Panthers announced a series of roster transactions on Sunday morning, with two of the most notable ones being the release of forwards Pirri and Harry Zolnierczyk from their professional tryout contracts. The Panthers’ roster now sits at 23 players, a list that includes first-round pick Owen Tippett. This past week general manager Dale Tallon said there was a pretty good chance he was going to be in their starting lineup.
Brandon Pirri, P.A. Parenteau released from tryout contracts
Pro Hockey Talk | Oct 1