Seattle Kraken Roster Moves 11/8

The Seattle Kraken have yet to get off to the start they hoped for in 2023 after a positive season last year that saw them sneak into the playoffs. Today, things got a little more challenging. The Kraken are coming off a shootout loss to the Arizona Coyotes last night, and today, during practice, Jordan Eberle took a skate blade to the leg and was taken to the hospital for an MRI, leading to the Kraken calling up Shane Wright and Ryan Winterton ahead of their matchup against the Colorado Avalanche tomorrow night.

Roster Moves By The Numbers

Jordan Eberle

Eberle is in his third year with the Kraken, and in his career with Seattle, he has played in 174 games, recording 111 points on 42 goals and 69 assists; he has 25 points on the power play coming on seven goals and 18 assists. This season, he has played in 13 games and has only recorded four points coming on a goal and three assists; he only has one power play point coming on an assist.

Shane Wright

Wright was the projected number-one overall pick entering last year’s NHL draft and slid down to number four when the Kraken took him. Last season, he played in only eight games for Seattle, recording two points on a goal and an assist. This season with the Kraken’s AHL affiliate, the Coachella Valley Firebirds, he has played in seven games and recorded six points coming on four goals and two assists. Last year with the Firebirds, he played in seven games and put up the exact point total coming on the same stat line he has this year.

Ryan Winterton

Winterton, in seven games with the Firebirds, has five points on three goals and two assists this season. He is in his first season with the Kraken after playing last year for the London Knights in the OHL, where he recorded 36 points in 34 games on 12 goals and 24 assists.

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