Edmonton Oilers forward Kyle Turris, Toronto Maple Leafs forward Adam Brooks and Vancouver Canucks defenceman Travis Hamonic have been placed on waivers along with a long list of players as NHL teams make their final roster cuts.
Turris, 32, produced five points with the Oilers last season after signing a two-year, $3.3-million deal with the club last off-season.
Brooks, 25, spent last season split between the Maple Leafs and the AHL’s Marlies, and recorded five points in 11 NHL appearances. He’s on the final season of a two-year, $1.45-million deal he signed with Toronto last off-season.
Hamonic’s season has been mired in uncertainty, stemming form his decision to stay at home in Manitoba for personal reasons instead of attending training camp. The 31-year-old didn’t opt out of the upcoming campaign ahead of the Oct. 1 deadline but remained away from the team. The Canucks inked Hamonic to a two-year, $6-million contract in July after he had 10 points, three goals and seven assists, in 38 games last season.
Here’s the full list of players placed on waivers Sunday:
Anaheim Ducks: Jacob Larsson, Sam Carrick
Buffalo Sabres: Axel Jonsson-Fjallby
Carolina Hurricanes: Eric Gelinas, Max Lajoie, Josh Leivo, Stefan Noesen, C.J. Smith
Columbus Blue Jackets: Gabriel Carlsson, Mikko Lehtonen, Kevin Stenlund
Chicago Blackhawks: Colin Delia, Malcolm Subban
Colorado Avalanche: Jacob MacDonald
Dallas Stars: Alexander Petrovic
Detroit Red Wings: Riley Barber, Taro Hirose
Edmonton Oilers: William Lagesson, Kyle Turris
Florida Panthers: Lucas Carlsson, Christopher Gibson
Los Angeles Kings: Austin Strand, Austin Wagner
New Jersey Devils: Frederik Gauthier
Nashville Predators: Connor Ingram, Michael McCarron
Ottawa Senators: Andrew Agozzino
Philadelphia Flyers: Nick Seeler
Tampa Bay Lightning: Alex Barre-Boulet, Fredrik Claesson, Andrej Sustr
Toronto Maple Leafs: Adam Brooks
Vancouver Canucks: Justin Bailey, Madison Bowey, Phillip Di Giuseppe, Travis Hamonic
Vegas Golden Knights: Sven Baertschi, Patrick Brown, Gage Quinney
Washington Capitals: Zach Fucale, Garrett Pilon
Winnipeg Jets: Nelson Nogier, Dominic Toninato