The Stars have recalled Denis Gurianov from Texas (AHL).
The Canucks have recalled Ashton Sautner from Utica (AHL).
Sautner split his 2018-19 campaign between the AHL and NHL. The 25-year-old defenseman had one assist in 17 NHL games and eight points (3G / 5A) in 31 games with Utica. He will likely serve as an extra defenseman as the Canucks get prepared to head out east on a road trip.
Welinski cleared waivers and has been assigned to Lehigh Valley (AHL).
Welinski started the season on IR with a lower-body injury but was activated and waived on Monday. The 26-year-old had 19 points (8G / 11A) in 27 AHL games with San Diego (AHL) last year. Waiving Welinski and sending him down opened up the cap-space and roster spot for the Flyers to sign Chris Stewart.
The Stars have reassigned Nick Caamano to Texas (AHL).
Caamano appeared in all six games with the Stars during his call-up, scoring one goal on six shots while playing 11:00 ATOI. Caamano’s return to the AHL is a sign that Corey Perry will be back in the Stars lineup as soon as Wednesday.
The Stars have reassigned Joel L’Esperance to Texas (AHL).
L’Esperance had one goal on two shots while playing 7:20 ATOI in three games during his call-up. L’Esperance was a healthy scratch on Monday and his return to the AHL suggests that Corey Perry could be back on Wednesday.
The Hurricanes have recalled Brian Gibbons from Charlotte (AHL).
Gibbons has one goal and three assists (four points) in four games with the Checkers this season. He has 67 points (25G / 42A) in 189 career NHL games with the Penguins, Blue Jackets, Devils, Ducks and Senators. He will likely make his Hurricanes debut on Tuesday.
The Hurricanes reassigned Julien Gauthier to Charlotte (AHL).
Gauthier did not record a point while playing just 8:25 ATOI and returns to the AHL ahead of the Hurricanes California road-trip. Brian Gibbons was recalled to take his spot on the roster.
The Coyotes have recalled Kyle Capobianco from Tucson (AHL).
There were reports on Monday morning that Nicklas Hjalmarsson will miss approximately three months, so Capobianco has earned a call-up and could be in-line for an extended stay with the Coyotes. The former third-round pick had 32 points (7G / 25A) in 40 AHL games last year and has failed to record a point in his first three career NHL contests.
The Canucks have recalled Zane McIntyre from Utica (AHL).
McIntyre has gone 2-0-0 while giving up just six goals on 62 shots (.903 SV%) in his first two starts of the AHL season. With Jacob Markstrom leaving the team for personal reasons, McIntyre comes up to serve as Thatcher Demko’s backup.
The Sabres recalled Curtis Lazar from Rochester (AHL).
Lazar has picked up one assist in three games with Rochester and has been recalled to serve as an extra forward as the Sabres head out to California for a road-trip starting on Wednesday. The former first-round pick has 51 points (15G / 36A) in 246 career NHL games with the Senators and Flames.
The Maple Leafs have recalled Kevin Gravel from Toronto (AHL).
Gravel has not registered a point in three games with the Marlies and will replace Rasmus Sandin on the Maple Leafs roster. He has 13 points (1G / 12A) in 106 career NHL games with the Kings and Oilers.
The Maple Leafs have loaned Rasmus Sandin to Toronto (AHL).
Sandin made the team after a tremendous training camp and collected two assists and five shots in 12:13 ATOI in his first six NHL games. Sandin heads to the AHL to get more playing time and will be replaced by Kevin Gravel on the Maple Leafs roster.
The Islanders have recalled Oliver Wahlstrom from Bridgeport (AHL).
Wahlstrom was the No.11 pick in the 2018 draft and seems poised to make his NHL debut on Monday afternoon. The 19-year-old winger has likely been recalled to replace Jordan Eberle, who was hurt in Saturday’s win. Wahlstrom has one goal and two assists in four AHL games, giving him six points (3G / 3A) in nine career AHL games.
The Wild have recalled Gerry Mayhew from Iowa (AHL).
Mayhew has had a great start to the season with Iowa, scoring three goals and three assists (six points) in four AHL games. He was second on the team with 60 points (27G / 33A) in 71 games last year and could make his NHL debut on Monday with Mats Zuccarello questionable due to an undisclosed injury.
The Senators have recalled Jordan Szwarz from Belleville (AHL).
Szwarz has not recorded a point in three games with Belleville but had 46 points (23G / 23A) in 68 AHL games a season ago. He has seven points (4G / 3A) in 47 career NHL games with the Coyotes and Bruins.
The Senators have recalled Nick Paul from Belleville (AHL).
Paul has had a strong start to the season, scoring one goal with three assists in three AHL games. The 24-year-old is a candidate to draw into the lineup on Monday afternoon and comes up with eight points (4G / 4A) in 56 career NHL games.
The Senators have sent Vitaly Abramov to Bellville (AHL).
Abramov scored a goal in his season debut but returns to the AHL with Mikkel Boedker likely taking his spot in the lineup on Monday. Abramov didn’t have a point in his AHL season debut but had seven points (4G / 3A) in 18 AHL games last year.
The Blue Jackets have recalled Markus Hannikainen from Cleveland (AHL).
Hannikainen had one goal in two games with the Monsters to start the AHL season. He takes Josh Anderson’s spot on the roster and returns to the NHL, where he had seven points (4G / 3A) in 44 games last year.
The Golden Knights have reassigned Jimmy Schuldt to Chicago (AHL).
Schuldt, 24, recorded an assist in his NHL debut last year but sat as a healthy scratch in the first four games of 2019-20. Schuldt switches spots with Jake Bischoff.
The Golden Knights have recalled Jake Bischoff from Chicago (AHL).
Bischoff, 25, was a seventh-round pick in 2012 and has taken a long road to the NHL. He spent four years at the University of Minnesota and over 120 games in the AHL. The 6-foot-1, 194 lbs. defenseman had 13 points (2G / 11A) in 60 games with the Wolves last year.