Massive Shakeup In The NHL As 40 Players land On Waivers

Published October 8, 2023 at 6:47 PM

With the NHL's 2023-24 season set to kick off on Tuesday, we're closing in on the 48-hour mark before teams must submit their opening night rosters to the league.

On Sunday, an extensive list of 40 players found themselves placed on waivers, as reported by TSN's Chris Johnston. Here's a glimpse at the complete rundown.

Sunday's Waiver List

Patrick Brown (BOS)
A.J. Greer (BOS)
Dylan Coghlan (CAR)
Joey Anderson (CHI)
Riley Tufte (COL)
Riley Damiani (DAL)
Zach Aston-Reese (DET)
Ben Gleason (EDM)
Raphael Lavoie (EDM)
Lane Pederson (EDM)
Zac Dalpe (FLA)
Casey Fitzgerald (FLA)
John Ludvig (FLA)
Jaret Anderson-Dolan (LA)
Joel Armia (MTL)
Gustav Lindstrom (MTL)
Boko Imama (OTT)
Mark Friedman (PIT)
Magnus Hellberg (PIT)
Vinnie Hinostroza (PIT)
Colin White (PIT)
Radim Zohorna (PIT)
MacKenzie MacEachern (STL)
Calle Rosen (STL)
Malcolm Subban (STL)
Nathan Walker (STL)
Zach Bogosian (TB)
Gabriel Fortier (TB)
Simon Benoit (TOR)
Kyle Clifford (TOR)
Dylan Gambrell (TOR)
Martin Jones (TOR)
William Lagesson (TOR)
Maxime Lajoie (TOR)
Jack Studnicka (VAN)
Christian Wolanin (VAN)
Grigori Denisenko (VGK)
Kyle Capobianco (WPG)
Collin Delia (WPG)
Axel Jonsson-Fjallby (WPG)
As customary from the outset of the waiver wire until the end of October, the claiming order is determined by the reverse standings of the previous season. The Anaheim Ducks hold the first claim opportunity, followed by the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Chicago Blackhawks.

In the event that none of the players listed above are claimed by Sunday afternoon, they will be assigned to their respective American Hockey League affiliates.

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