Conor Allen (D)
Career Notes: Enters his third professional season after Minnesota acquired him from Ottawa in exchange for Michael Keranen on Feb. 29, 2016… 2015-16: Signed a one-year, two-way contract with Nashville on July 2, 2015. Played in 31 games for Milwaukee prior to a trade to Ottawa on Jan. 14, 2016 in exchange for Patrick Mullen. He played in 17 games for Binghamton before he was traded to Iowa.… 2014-15: Played the majority of the season with the Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL). He finished top among all team defenseman in goals and points, was second on the team in penalty minutes. Also played in four games with NHL’s New York Rangers. 2013-14: Played the majority of the season with Hartford (AHL). Scored 6 goals and 25 assists for 31 points…He finished second in defensemen scoring for Hartford… He made his NHL debut on Dec. 29, 2013 for the New York Rangers – logging 16 minutes against Tampa, a 4-3 Rangers win. He played in three NHL games as a rookie…2012-13: Played his senior season at UMASS Amherst, led all Defensemen in points, posting career-highs. Made his pro debut after finishing up college eligibility, suiting up in one game for Connecticut (AHL).