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PHN Extra: ‘Next Steps’ are Big Ones for Zach Aston-Reese

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“They love him,” said a source close to Pittsburgh Penguins winger Zach Aston-Reese said to Pittsburgh Hockey Now this week. The opinion was just a little biased but it did convey the potential which the Penguins undoubtedly see in the undrafted free agent they signed just a couple of years ago from Northeastern.

He’s fought his way up from the AHL, fought his way into a crowded Penguins lineup, and literally fought back to the injured list.

This summer, Aston-Reese has been invited to Toronto to train with the Penguins Director of Sports Science Andy O’Brien. The goal will be to get the player in tip-top shape and harness the natural strength

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Pittsburgh Hockey Now has been speaking with sources close to players and the team for the past few weeks and there will be few summers as pivotal as Aston-Reese’s next few months. The Penguins versatile winger and restricted free agent has had terrible luck with injuries. It seems momentum and points have been a harbinger not of better things but of a coming injury.

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