Peter Ceresnak

#87D,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 209
Born:
Birth Place: Trencin, Slovakia
Draft: 2011 6th round (172nd pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • What Mika Zibanejad said about his deal, New York and more responsibility
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    What Mika Zibanejad said about his deal, New York and more responsibility

    7/11/17 | Klein was on the NHL Network on Monday and said: "Mentally, the grind of a season, 13 years I have done it both in the AHL and NHL it was the right time for myself and my family. I feel I can still play at a high level, it's just that when your heart isn't fully in it, for me, it's pretty obvious that I needed a change and something new." On what is next, "lots of family time, traveling. I have a lot of interests, I'll most likely be involved in some business that I have and I might apprentice at a garage and really fine tune my mechanic skills. I got lots of stuff that I really want to do." On his time with the Rangers, "I knew a few of the guys on the team, didn't take me too long

  • Penguins’ Letang gains more than just funny videos from Terrell Owens
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    Penguins’ Letang gains more than just funny videos from Terrell Owens

    Off-season training is probably tedious at times … maybe even more tedious than the hockey-free months of the summer. Perhaps that explains why athletes love to mix things up, even if it means bringing in stars from other sports (and even if that calls for an embarrassing moment or two). Kris Letang provided some background information surrounding that “ankle breaking” moment with former NFL star receive Terrell Owens during an NHL Network interview, which was transcribed by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Josh Mackey. Letang also noted that others were faked out to an even greater degree. The most important stuff, really, comes from what he looks to gain from these workouts … and also how close

  • Wild GM wants long-term deals for Granlund, Niederreiter
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    Wild GM wants long-term deals for Granlund, Niederreiter

    Minnesota Wild GM Chuck Fletcher admits that contract negotiations are “plodding along” with RFAs Mikael Granlund and Nino Niederreiter. Even so, Fletcher noted to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune’s Michael Russo that salary arbitration hearings might serve as just the sort of deadlines the Wild need with the two rising offensive talents. As a reminder, Niederreiter’s hearing is slated for Aug. 3 and Granlund is scheduled for one day later, on Aug. 4. Fletcher told Russo that he expects something similar to what Viktor Arvidsson worked out with the Nashville Predators, at least when it comes down to figuring out a fairly long deal around the time of a hearing. “We’re open to any angle,” Fletcher