Predators' Ingram to enter NHL/NHLPA player assistance program
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Nashville Predators netminder Connor Ingram will be away from the team indefinitely while voluntarily participating in the NHL and National Hockey League Players' Association's joint player assistance program, the league announced Monday.

Ingram, 23, appeared in 33 games for the AHL's Milwaukee Admirals in 2019-20, posting a .933 save percentage and a 1.92 goals-against average.

Nashville acquired Ingram from the Tampa Bay Lightning for a seventh-round pick in June 2019. The Predators inked him to a three-year, $2.2-million extension last March.

The Lightning originally selected the 6-foot-2 puck-stopper in the third round of the 2016 NHL Draft.

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