Diminutive, playmaking forward who plays big, with a high motor. Fearless competitor who can play Center or Wing.
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June 2023 – Trivigno completed his first full season with the Hartford Wolf Pack in 2022-23, after appearing in 11 games in 2021-22 upon wrapping up his collegiate career and signing with the Rangers. This past season, while appearing in 57 games with the Pack, the feisty winger posted seven goals and 19 assists, along with two goals and an assist in nine playoff games. The Long Island native has one year remaining on his entry level contract with New York. After a decorated NCAA career, during which he helped UMass win a National Championship, and now, with a full AHL season under his belt, Trivigno will be looking to force his way into the conversation for a callup to the blueshirts next season. Brendan Ferry
June 2022 – Trivigno is a speedy, hard-working, and undersized forward who went undrafted in his draft year, despite putting up solid numbers with both Shattuck St. Mary’s and the USHL’s Waterloo Blackhawks. Upon arriving, and performing well, at UMass, Trivigno popped on to NHL radars. Many saw Trivigno as the driving force behind his UMass Minutemen winning the National Title in 2021. He was named NCAA tournament MVP and Hockey East player of the year, serving as Alternate Captain. He was invited to the Rangers’ prospect development camp in 2021, but could not attend due to having to report back to UMass serving as Captain for their 2021-2022 squad. The Setauket, New York native had plenty of suitors coming out of college, but he chose to sign with NYR. He got a taste of pro hockey this spring, where he suited up in 11 games for the AHL’s Hartford Wolf Pack. Trivigno will look to have a hot start next season and could be a potential call up at some point next year. Whether that is for a quick cup of coffee, or if he is able to force his way into a legit roster spot remains to be seen, but keep an eye on the feisty forward. All signs point to Trivigno starting the 2022-2023 campaign in Hartford, playing alongside former UMass teammate & fellow national champion, Zac Jones. Brendan Ferry