Two players claimed and 29 others placed on waivers Monday

Published October 2, 2023 at 2:38 PM

Sunday was a very busy day on the NHL waiver wire. Teams continue to get ready for the start of the 2023-24 season, which gets underway in just eight days.

On Monday, a pair of forwards that were on waivers yesterday were claimed according to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman. Friedman reports that Swedish forward Samuel Fagemo was claimed off waivers by the Nashville Predators from the Los Angeles Kings, while Jansen Harkins was claimed off waivers by the Pittsburgh Penguins from the Winnipeg Jets.

29 new players were placed on the waiver wire on Monday afternoon. Let's take a look at who was placed on the wire by their respective teams.

Glenn Gawdin (ANA)
Travis Barron (ARI)
Cameron Crotty (ARI)
Jan Jenik (ARI)
Steven Kampfer (ARI)
Justin Kirkland (ARI)
John Leonard (ARI)
Ryan McGregor (ARI)
Matt Villata (ARI)
Kyle Keyser (BOS)
Clark Bishop (CGY)
Oscar Dansk (CGY)
Ben Jones (CGY)
Colton Poolman (CGY)
Wyatt Aamodt (COL)
Corey Schueneman (COL)
Gavin Bayreuther (DAL)
Nick Caamano (DAL)
Fredrik Karlstrom (DAL)
Derrick Pouliot (DAL)
Rasmus Asplund (FLA)
Lucas Carlsson (FLA)
Gerald Mayhew (FLA)
Kyle Criscuolo (NJ)
Louis Belpedio (PHI)
Adam Brooks (PHI)
Rhett Gardner (PHI)
Cooper Marody (PHI)
Victor Mete (PHI)

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 Tuesday afternoon, they'll be assigned to their respective teams American Hockey League affiliate.

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Two players claimed and 29 others placed on waivers Monday

Which waiver claim will have more success with their new team?

Samuel Fagemo1420 %
Jansen Harkins5680 %
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