Around The AHL -- Cody Glass breaks through
Cody Glass is back in the AHL, and the Tucson Roadrunners were the first opponent to feel that wrath.
The Vegas Golden Knights forward was sent to their AHL affiliate, the Henderson Silver Knights, this past Tuesday. That assignment came in time for the Silver Knights’ three-game road stand at Tucson, and the 21-year-old forward put on a show in a 3-1 win on Wednesday night. The Silver Knights’ 16 wins lead the AHL, and they are tied for the league lead in points (32) with the Laval Rocket.
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