Canadiens assign Tom Pyatt and Yannick Weber to the Hamilton Bulldogs
MONTREAL -- The Canadiens announced Friday that left winger Tom Pyatt and defenseman Yannick Weber have been assigned to the AHL Hamilton Bulldogs. Pyatt and Weber will report to the Bulldogs today in Glens Falls, New York for tonight’s game against the Adirondack Phantoms.
Pyatt, 22, took part in 19 games with the Canadiens since being called up on November 4, including his first NHL game on November 5 in Boston. The 5’11’’, 187 lbs forward was held pointless and recorded 18 shots on goal, while playing 11:09 minutes on average per game.
In 11 games with the Bulldogs this season, Pyatt amassed nine points (6-3-9) and maintained a +8 plus/minus differential. He also recorded 25 shots on goal and two penalty minutes.
Weber, 21, played three games with the Canadiens this season. The 5’11’’, 193 lbs defenseman was held pointless with one shot on goal, while averaging 14:50 minutes of ice time per game.
Weber recorded six points (1-5-6) in 24 games with the Bulldogs this season. He added 62 shots on goal and 24 penalty minutes, with a +4 plus/minus differential.
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