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PREDATORS GOALTENDER CONNOR INGRAM TAKING LEAVE OF ABSENCE

On Monday, the National Hockey League and the Players Association announced that Nashville Predators goaltender Connor Ingram will be taking a leave absence to voluntarily partake in the players' assistance program. No additional details have been released regarding why Ingram will be attending the program, and no further comment will be made by the NHL or NHLPA.

Ingram, 23, signed a three-year contract extension with the Predators in March of 2020, worth $2.2 million ($733,333 AAV). The Saskatoon native was traded from Tampa Bay to Nashville in June of 2019 in exchange for a 2021 seventh round pick.

He made 33 appearances for the Predators AHL affiliate, the Milwaukee Admirals during the 2019-20 season. Ingram had an impressive record of 21 wins, 5 losses, 5 overtime/shootout losses, a 1.92 G.A.A., a .933 save percentage, and 2 shutouts. For his efforts, he was named to the Second All-Star Team following the conclusion of the season.

In November, the Predators loaned Ingram to Bjorkloven IF in Sweden's second division, the HockeyAllsvenskan. In 9 games, he put up 5 wins, 4 losses, a 2.51 G.A.A., an .898 save percentage, and 1 shutout before returning to Nashville in December.





Source: NHL/NHLPA
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JANUARY 25, 2021  (11H32)
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