Mark Acrobello made his debut Friday night for the Arizona Coyotes against the San Jose Sharks. Making debuts is something that Acrobello seems to have perfected this season, as his debut with Arizona marks his fourth debut of the season. On the year Acrobello has also played with the Edmonton Oilers, Nashville Predators, and Pittsburgh Penguins. That’s being claimed off of waivers twice and one time being traded if you are keeping score at home.
Playing with four teams in one season is history on its own,
Then Acrobello decided that he would open the scoring, hitting the back of the net jut under two miniutes into the game. With the goal Acrobello joined O’Brien as the only two players in NHL history to record at least a point with four teams in one campaign. It was Arcobello’s ninth goal and 16th point this season. The Sharks (29-20-8) would end up prevailing against the Coyotes (20-29-7) by the score of 4-2.