Hayton will play against the Blues on Thursday.
Hayton is week-to-week with a Grade 1 AC injury.
Hayton was hurt in the World Juniors semi-finals and played through the injury to lead Canada to a gold medal. Hayton re-joined the Coyotes on Wednesday but is expected to miss multiple weeks with a shoulder injury.
The Coyotes have recalled Barrett Hayton from his loan with Team Canada (WJC).
Hayton served as captain for Team Canada, who won the gold medal at the World Juniors. Hayton finished seven in tournament scoring, scoring six goals with six assists (12 points) in seven games. He has posted four points (1G / 3A) in 14 NHL games this season.
Hayton will be back in the Coyotes lineup on Thursday.
Hayton has been a healthy scratch for the last six games but will replace Michael Grabner in the lineup on Thursday. Hayton has one goal and three assists in nine games so far this season.
Hayton will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Hayton will make his NHL debut on Thursday.
Hayton sat as a healthy scratch during the first two games of the season, but the No.5 pick in 2018 will play Thursday vs. the Golden Knights. Hayton, who had 66 points (26G / 40A) in 39 OHL games last year, is expected to skate on a line with Christian Dvorak and Nick Schmaltz.
The Coyotes have sent Barrett Hayton to Sault Ste. Marie (OHL).
Hayton, 18, was the No.5 overall pick in this summer’s draft and made the Coyotes out of training camp but did not appear in either of their first two games. Hayton returns to the OHL, where he had 21 goals and 39 assists (60 points) in 63 games with the Greyhounds.
The Coyotes have signed Barrett Hayton to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Hayton, 18, who was a bit of a surprise pick at No.5 overall this June, will likely head back to Sault Ste. Marie (OHL) for the 2019 season. Hayton had 21 goals and 39 assists (60 points) in 63 games last season will be given a shot to make the team, but the Coyotes have shown to be patient with their prospects in recent years.
The Coyotes select Barrett Hayton with the No.5 overall pick.
Hayton projects to be a middle-6 pivot thanks to his solid two-way game. Hayton had 21 goals and 39 assists (60 points) in 63 games with Sault Ste. Marie (OHL) this season and has a game that looks similar to Ducks’ centre Adam Henrique.