New York Post "Viktor Stalberg was just halfway through his contract with the Predators when they let him go this summer, buying out the remainder of his deal. For Nashville, saving money was assured. Reviving Stalberg’s career was less certain. Signed by the Predators to a four-year, $12 million contract..." September 30
Stalberg and Clune (NASH) on waivers today. Those are not buyout waivers, but regular ones.
NHL.com "Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that the team has placed forward Viktor Stalberg on waivers with the intention of assigning him to the American Hockey League's Milwaukee Admirals." December 18
Predators announce via @KWilsonPreds that Stalberg has an AC sprain in his right shoulder and is expected to miss 3-4 weeks.
Chicago Sun-Times "Viktor Stalberg is frustrated — with his situation, with his ice time, with his own play. But he knows the quickest way to getting out of Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville’s doghouse is to force his way out. Play better, and he’ll play more. “I haven’t had the same role I had in the regular..." June 17
Chicago Tribune "Viktor Stalberg's absence from the Chicago Blackhawks lineup "likely" ends after two games. The Hawks need better pace in Game 3 against the Red Wings on Monday, so they appear to be reinserting Stalberg, a player with superior speed and lingering hunger from spending the first two games of the..." May 20
Chicago Sun-Times "Winger Viktor Stalberg again found himself in a white jersey Tuesday, skating outside the top four lines for the third consecutive practice. And he wasn’t in much of a mood to discuss it. ‘‘I don’t really have anything to say about it,’’ he said. ‘‘Ask Q.’’ Hawks coach Joel Quenneville said..." May 15
Chicago Tribune "Somewhere in the back of Viktor Stalberg's mind resides the realization he could be down to his last 30 regular-season games in a Blackhawks sweater. The winger will be an unrestricted free agent after this season and while there is some uncertainty about his future, Stalberg is determined not..." February 25