Saturday, October 20, 2018

Ducks Demote Terry

On Friday, the Anaheim Ducks opted to give Troy Terry some more top six ice-time with a demotion to the AHL.  The 21-year old has struggled to find any scoring in his first six games of the regular season, unable to register a point, and he has already spent a game up in the press box as a healthy scratch.  The move down to the minors will try to boost his confidence and get his scoring touch, which he was known for in the NCAA ranks, back in a groove.

Jesse chose the Ducks rookie in the preseason Waiver Draft, as he was looking to replace the injured Dustin Brown in Los Angeles, but that didn't quite work out in his favour, as the rookie just didn't produce off the hop. 

In the overall standings, Jesse ranks 7th with 58 points at the start of play and in the rookie pool, his team sits 6th with 4 points.  Thankfully for his team in the mini-game, he still has two more options to lean on to keep him in the race for his money back.

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