The Wild recalled Jordan Schroeder from Iowa (AHL).
Schroeder is expected to make his season debut on Saturday after Tyler Graovac was injured in the season opener. Schroeder had three goals and five assists (8 points) in 25 games with Minnesota last season.
With Chris Stewart out with an arm injury, Schroeder will draw into the Wild’s lineup for Game 3 on Tuesday. Schroeder will play on a line with Mikko Koivu and Nino Niederreiter. The 24-year-old failed to record a point in his only playoff game.
The Wild have recalled Jordan Schroeder from Iowa (AHL).
Schroeder, 24, has registered 10 goals and 14 assists (24 points) in 28 games with Iowa this season. Tonight he is expected to skate on an all University of Minnesota line with Thomas Vanek and Erik Haula.
The Canucks are sending Jordan Schroeder to Utica on a conditioning stint.
Schroeder missed the last 10 weeks with a broken ankle, but will play with Utica over the weekend and likely be back with the Canucks next week. Schroeder has three goals and six assists in 34 career NHL games.
Schroeder (ankle) is skating for a second straight day.
Schroeder has been sidelined for 10 weeks after undergoing surgery to repair a broken ankle. Schroeder presence at practice reveals that he is close to returning and with the Canucks extremely thin up the middle right now, he may not go to Utica for conditioning. Monitor his status during Thursday's morning skate.