He played in three games before being sent down, with 0 points, a minus three rating, 14 PIM (including two fights) and ice time between 8:53 and 11:55.
Asham was then called up on 12/9 and played in three games for the Rangers before being sent down to Hartford for good on 12/19.
In that stretch, Asham played in three games, was a minus two, and played between 3:32 and 6:33 per game. He was also a healthy scratch against the Flames.
In his two stints in Hartford, Asham played in 25 games, had 3 goals, 2 assists, 12 shots on goal and 32 PIM.
On his time in Hartford, Asham said that he helped “a lot of young kids” and had fun, but doesn’t necessarily want to be in the minor leagues again next season. (PortageDaily)
He said that even though he wasn’t part of the group that went to the Stanley Cup Final, he was happy for the friends and teammates that he got to know in his two years in the organization. (PortageDaily)
Asham said that he will give his career one more shot and would be willing to play overseas if an NHL job doesn’t come about. He adds that he has played a long time and not getting a contract wouldn’t be the “end of the world.” (PortageDaily)
He just finished up a two-year deal worth $1 million per season. (CG)
In two seasons with the Rangers, Asham played 33 games, had two goals, was a minus 3 and averaged 6:47 per game. He also played in 10 playoff games for the Rangers in 12-13, had two goals and averaged 6:40 per game.