40 players land on waiver wire for Sunday, October 8th

Published October 8, 2023 at 2:17 PM
With the NHL's 2023-24 season beginning on Tuesday, we're nearly 48 hours away from teams needing to submit their opening night rosters to the league.

On Sunday, a total of 40 players have been placed on waivers according to TSN's Chris Johnston. Let's take a look at the full list.

Sunday's Waiver List
Patrick Brown (BOS)
A.J. Greer (BOS)
Dylan Coghlan (CAR)
Joey Anderson (CHI)
Riley Tufte (COL)
Riley Damiani (DAL)
Zach Aston-Reese (DET)
Ben Gleason (EDM)
Raphael Lavoie (EDM)
Lane Pederson (EDM)
Zac Dalpe (FLA)
Casey Fitzgerald (FLA)
John Ludvig (FLA)
Jaret Anderson-Dolan (LA),
Joel Armia (MTL)
Gustav Lindstrom (MTL)
Boko Imama (OTT)
Mark Friedman (PIT)
Magnus Hellberg (PIT)
Vinnie Hinostroza (PIT)
Colin White (PIT)
Radim Zohorna (PIT)
MacKenzie MacEachern (STL)
Calle Rosen (STL)
Malcolm Subban (STL)
Nathan Walker (STL)
Zach Bogosian (TB)
Gabriel Fortier (TB)
Simon Benoit (TOR)
Kyle Clifford (TOR)
Dylan Gambrell (TOR)
Martin Jones (TOR)
William Lagesson (TOR)
Maxime Lajoie (TOR)
Jack Studnicka (VAN)
Christian Wolanin (VAN)
Grigori Denisenko (VGK)
Kyle Capobianco (WPG)
Collin Delia (WPG)
Axel Jonsson-Fjallby (WPG)

As is always the case from the opening of the waiver wire until the end of October, the order of teams that can place a claim is based off of last season's standings in reverse. The Anaheim Ducks get the first crack at placing a claim on any of the players above, followed by the Columbus Blue Jackets and Chicago Blackhawks.

If any of the players above go unclaimed on Sunday afternoon, they'll be assigned to their respective teams American Hockey League affiliate.

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