The activity intensified on Wednesday when the daily waiver action was finally really, a tad later than usual. While Anaheim Ducks defenseman Korbinian Holzer cleared, as expected, two other players were placed on the waiver wire.
For the third time this season, forward Chris DiDomenico was placed on waivers, the second time the Ottawa Senators moved him there. Back in November, DiDomenico was placed by the Pens and claimed the next day by the Tampa Bay Lighting. Only days later, the Bolts placed him back on the wire, and the Senators managed to bring him back to Ottawa.
Coach Guy Boucher had said he was pleased with DiDomenico’s contributions while he was with the Senators and that was why they didn’t want to lose him in the first place.
Now we have to wonder what will happen next with him...
At the same time, the Jeff Glass experiment came to an end in Chicago as the Blackhawks placed the netminder on waivers.
After a good start to his replacement stint for star goalie Corey Crawford, Glass has struggled recently. He allowed four goals on 36 shots in Tuesday's loss to the Vegas Golden Knights.
However, the Philadelphia Flyers are said to be looking at options to support Michael Neuvirth while fellow goalie Brian Elliott is out five to six weeks following abdominal surgery.
Glass could benefit from a change of scenery and answer the call in Philly. Who knows?