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  • Alex Galchenyuk: Signs in Russia

    Galchenyuk signed a two-year contract with SKA St. Petersburg of the KHL on Friday. Galchenyuk signed a one-year contract with the Coyotes on July 1, but his contract was ultimately terminated when he was arrested eight days later on a plethora of charges. The 29-year-old played 11 games with Colorado in 2022-23 and failed to garner a point. Galchenyuk, who was drafted third overall in 2012, has played 654 games in the NHL, managing 146 goals and 354 points.
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  • Alex Galchenyuk: Enters player assistance program

    Galchenyuk announced Tuesday that he has entered into the NHL/NHLPA player assistance program. Galchenyuk was arrested July 9 in Scottsdale, Arizona, on charges of private property hit and run, disorderly conduct, failure to obey, resisting arrest and threatening or intimidating. The Coyotes put him on unconditional waivers July 13 to terminate the contract the forward signed with Arizona on July 1.
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  • Alex Galchenyuk: Facing multiple charges

    Galchenyuk was arrested Sunday on a number of charges, Katie Strang of The Athletic reports. Galchenyuk is accused of private property hit and run, disorderly conduct, failure to obey, resisting arrest and threatening or intimidating. Strang adds there were no injuries stemming from the hit and run incident and that Galchenyuk was arraigned Monday. Galchenyuk's next pre-trial conference is August 11. The Coyotes unconditionally waived the forward Thursday without commenting on his situation, and he will likely remain unattached to any NHL club while going through the legal process.
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  • Alex Galchenyuk: On unconditional waivers

    Galchenyuk was put on unconditional waivers by Arizona on Thursday for the purpose of terminating his contract. Galchenyuk signed a one-year, two-way contract with Arizona on July 1, so it's odd to see the Coyotes already parting ways with him. Arizona offered no explanation for its decision, instead saying the team "will have no further comment at this time." Galchenyuk had no points, four PIM, eight shots and 10 hits in 11 contests with Colorado in 2022-23. He also accumulated 25 goals and 62 points in 132 outings over two separate stints with Arizona. If the 29-year-old clears waivers, he will once again become an unrestricted free agent.
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  • Coyotes' Alex Galchenyuk: Inks one-year deal

    Galchenyuk signed a one-year, two-way contract with Arizona on Saturday. Galchenyuk played in 11 NHL contests last season, but he was unable to register a point for the Avalanche. He returns to Arizona for the third time in his career -- he appeared in 72 games with the Coyotes in the 2018-19 season, picking up 19 goals and 22 assists in that span. He later returned to Arizona for the 2021-22 campaign, managing six goals and 21 points in 60 games.
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  • Predators' Alex Galchenyuk: Dealt to Nashville

    Galchenyuk was traded to Nashville from Colorado on Saturday in exchange for Ryan Johansen. Galchenyuk played only 11 NHL games last season and was unable to hit the scoresheet. The third overall selection in 2012, Galchenyuk has had a disappointing NHL career, picking up only 58 points over the last four seasons. He is a depth player at best at this point in his career.
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  • Avalanche's Alex Galchenyuk: Returns to AHL

    Galchenyuk was assigned to AHL Colorado on Friday. Galchenyuk contributed an assist in the Eagles' 3-1 win over San Diego on Saturday. He has notched 16 goals and 42 points in 42 AHL appearances this season. If injuries carry over into the postseason, Galchenyuk could be an option for the Avalanche.
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  • Avalanche's Alex Galchenyuk: Back in NHL

    Galchenyuk was recalled from AHL Colorado on Friday, Meghan Angley of DNVR Avalanche reports. Galchenyuk failed to pick up a point in 10 NHL games this season before he was returned to the minors. The 29-year-old had 16 goals and 41 points in 41 games with AHL Colorado before his recall.
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  • Avalanche's Alex Galchenyuk: Dropped to AHL

    Galchenyuk was reassigned to AHL Colorado on Friday. Galchenyuk logged just 4:12 of ice time in Friday's win over Arizona. He could be recalled again for Sunday's rematch with the Coyotes.
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  • Avalanche's Alex Galchenyuk: Skating on fourth line

    Galchenyuk was given nine shifts and 4:08 of ice time in Thursday's 5-4 win over Ottawa. Galchenyuk was called up earlier this week in the wake of Artturi Lehkonen's finger injury and had a combined 7:30 TOI in back-to-back wins over Toronto and Ottawa. He's been added to the fourth line, which was given only two shifts during the third period. That unit was on the ice for two of Ottawa's three even-strength goals.
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  • Avalanche's Alex Galchenyuk: Rises to top level

    Galchenyuk was promoted from AHL Colorado on Tuesday. With Artturi Lehkonen expected to miss 4-6 weeks because of a broken finger, Galchenyuk could be in for an extended stay with the big club. Galchenyuk's gone scoreless through four top-level appearances this season.
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  • Avalanche's Alex Galchenyuk: Assigned to AHL affiliate

    Galchenyuk was assigned to AHL Colorado on Wednesday. Galchenyuk remained with the big club after being placed on waivers Monday, but with reinforcements on the way from the minors Wednesday, Gally will now head to AHL Colorado. The 28-year-old winger has gone scoreless through four NHL appearances this season.
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  • Avalanche's Alex Galchenyuk: Goes on waivers

    Galchenyuk was put on waivers Monday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports. Galchenyuk is still projected to be in the lineup Monday against Philadelphia, but he could be sent to AHL Colorado on Tuesday if he clears. A potential demotion would bode well for the availability of Artturi Lehkonen (upper body) and/or Valeri Nichushkin (ankle). Galchenyuk has two shots on goal, two blocks and one hit in three games with the Avalanche this year.
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  • Avalanche's Alex Galchenyuk: Makes Avalanche debut

    Galchenyuk had one blocked shot and finished minus-2 over 13:42 of ice time in Tuesday's 5-0 loss to the Jets. Galchenyuk was called up from AHL Colorado and made his Avalanche debut. The 28-year-old forward skated on the third line and was part of the second-unit power play. He should continue on in the lineup as Colorado has another three stops on its road trip. The next destination is Buffalo for a Thursday meeting with the Sabres.
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  • Avalanche's Alex Galchenyuk: Practices on third line

    Galchenyuk skated on the third line during Monday's practice, Brennan Vogt of Colorado Hockey Now reports. Galchenyuk, who was working on a player tryout at AHL Colorado, was signed by the Avalanche and added to the NHL roster Monday. The 28-year-old veteran had seven points over seven games with the Eagles and will help a roster that's been hit hard by injuries. In addition to the injuries, the Avs cycled several younger bodies between the AHL and NHL, looking for someone to stick and provide scoring depth. Galchenyuk was on a line with Alex Newhook and Jean-Luc Foudy.
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  • Avalanche's Alex Galchenyuk: Signs with Colorado

    Galchenyuk signed a one-year, $750,000 contract with Colorado on Monday, TSN's Chris Johnston reports. Galchenyuk had been playing with AHL Colorado on a professional tryout after he was let go from his PTO with the Avalanche during training camp. He had three goals and seven points in seven games with the Eagles. Galchenyuk joined the Avalanche for practice Monday prior to the official announcement of the signing.
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  • Alex Galchenyuk: Making noise in AHL

    Galchenyuk has a goal, three assists and 17 shots over five games for AHL Colorado. Galchenyuk's lone tally was a sleek overtime winner for the Eagles on Friday. He spent the preseason on a tryout with the Avalanche but was released after suffering an injury. Once healthy, he hooked on with the Eagles earlier this month and is developing into a potential call-up for Colorado, which has experienced a number of injuries.
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  • Alex Galchenyuk: Grabs minor-league deal

    Galchenyuk signed a minor-league contract with AHL Colorado on Thursday, TSN's Chris Johnston reports. Galchenyuk was with the Avalanche on a professional tryout agreement during camp before suffering an injury that led to his release. The 28-year-old winger will once again have to start from scratch to prove to team brass that he still has something left in the tank and deserves a contract. Until he actually signs an NHL deal, which could be with any team, Galchenyuk won't be eligible to be recalled from the minors.
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  • Alex Galchenyuk: Released from PTO

    The Avalanche released Galchenyuk from his professional tryout offer Wednesday, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports. At this stage in the preseason, it seems unlikely that another NHL organization will kick the tires on Galchenyuk, who may need to head overseas in order to continue his playing career. The third overall pick from the 2012 Entry Draft picked up six goals and 21 points through 60 games with the Coyotes last campaign.
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  • Avalanche's Alex Galchenyuk: Lands PTO

    Galchenyuk signed a professional tryout offer with the Avalanche on Tuesday, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports. Galchenyuk drew into 60 games with Arizona last season, picking up six goals and 21 points while averaging 13:09 of ice time per contest. If he's able to land a contract with Colorado, he'll likely have to settle for a rotational, bottom-six role.
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