Agostino will make his Devils debut on Tuesday.
The Devils have claimed Kenny Agostino off of waivers from Montreal.
Agostino has always been a dominant scorer at the AHL-level but has just 17 points (4G / 13A) in 58 career NHL games, including just 11 points (2G / 9A) in 36 games with the Canadiens this season. Agostino essentially takes the spot of Brian Boyle, who was dealt to Nashville last week. He should start in the Devils’ bottom-6.
Agostino will be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Agostino played just 8:03 TOI vs. the Flyers on Saturday and has no points in his last 11 games. Matthew Peca will replace Agostino on Wednesday.
Source: Arpon Basu 01/23/19, 1:07 pm EST
Agostino was recalled from Laval (AHL); could play on Thursday.
Agostino has dominated the AHL throughout his career, but has had very limited NHL success. The 26-year-old has 10 points (4G / 6A) in 12 games with Laval this season, but just six points (2G / 4A) in 22 career NHL games with the Flames, Blues and Bruins. Agostino could make his Canadiens debut tonight.
Agostino will make his Bruins debut on Thursday.
Agostino has been a prolific AHL scorer since being taken 140th overall in 2010, but hasn’t been given many NHL opportunities. Agosino had 83 points (24G / 59A) in 65 games with the Chicago Wolves (AHL) last year and seven points (2G / 5A) in three games with Providence before he was called up this season. He will make his Bruins debut on the fourth line but is expected to see some power-play time as well.
The Bruins have recalled Kenny Agostino from Providence (AHL).
Agostino has been an excellent AHL producer over the years, but has not really been given a chance in the NHL since being drafted in the fifth round in 2010. Agostino had 83 points (24G / 59A) in 65 games with the Chicago Wolves last season and picked up seven points (2G / 5A) in three games with Providence this season.
The Bruins have signed Kenny Agostino to a one-year deal worth $875K.
Agostino was named the AHL MVP in 2016-17 after recording 24 goals and 59 assists (83 points) in 65 games with the Chicago Wolves (AHL). In three AHL seasons, Agostino averaged 21 goals and 40 assists (61 points) and his next step is to translate that into the NHL. The 25-year-old will get a shot to make the Bruins this fall and could have a fantasy impact depending on his role.
The Blues have recalled Ken Agostino from Chicago (AHL).
Source: Lou Korac 02/5/17, 8:18 am EST
The Blues Signed Kenny Agostino to a one-year, two-way contract.
Agostino, 24, led Stockton (AHL) in points last season with 57 (23G / 34A) but the Flames still let him walk. Through two AHL seasons he has amassed 100 points (38G / 62A) in 132 games. He will likely start the year in Chicago (AHL), but could work his way into the Blues’ lineup.
The Flames have recalled Kenny Agostina from Stockton (AHL) on emergency basis.
Agostino, 23, was a fifth round pick (140th overall) in the 2010 NHL Draft. Agostina has picked up 17 goals and 25 assists (42 points) to lead Stockton in 50 games this season. The 6-foot-1 winger is expected to make his season debut with Sam Bennett likely out on Friday. Agostino has one goal and one assist in eight career NHL games.
Agostino out; TJ Galliardi in.
Agostino has no points in his first two NHL games despite the Flames totalling nine goals as a team.
Agostino will likely skate with Joe Colborne and Sean Monahan in his NHL debut on Friday.
Agotino was skating on the third line with Monahan and Colborne at this morning's practice. It looks like Kevin Westgarth will come out of the lineup with Agostino set to make his debut.
Agostino will make his NHL debut on Friday.
The Flames signed Agostino on Monday. He had 14 goals and 18 assists (32 points) in 33 games at Yale University this season. In four seasons at Yale he totalled 56 goals and 76 assists (132 points) in 134 games.
The Flames have signed left wing Ken Agostino from Yale University to a two year contract worth $900k per season.
Agostino played four seasons with Yale University capturing the NCAA National Championship with the Bulldogs in 2013. In 33 games during his senior season he netted 14 goals, 18 assists for 32 points and 46 penalty minutes. His career college numbers stand just shy of a point-per-game with 56 goals along with 76 assists for 132 points and 140 penalty minutes in 134 games. He was acquired by the Flames when they traded Jarome Iginla to the Penguins.