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The Pittsburgh Penguins listen to the offers in order to conclude a transaction involving the attacker Daniel Sprong.
At least that is what was suggested by the “Pittsburgh Post-Gazette” earlier this week.
The director-general of Penguins Jim Rutherford could be tempted to exchange the 21 year old athlete, if an offer deemed satisfactory way to his ears.
Left side in the last two games of his team, the former player of Islanders Charlottetown hockey League the Quebec major junior has been limited to four assists in 12 meetings, evolving mostly within the fourth trio.
Choice of the second round of the Penguins at the draft of 2015, Sprong has had a great season 2017-2018 in the american League with a crop of 65 points, including 32 goals, in 65 parts.
Recognized especially as a gunslinger, Sprong has still not managed to make its niche in the circuit Bettman. He had, however, been placed to the right wing of Sidney Crosby during the camp, but he has not been able to seize his chance.