The Flames have recalled Dillon Dube from Stockton (AHL).
The Flames are resting players as they lead up to the playoffs, so Dube will likely be in the lineup on Wednesday. The former second-round pick has 15 goals and 24 assists (39 points) in 37 games with Stockton this season.
The Flames have assigned Dillon Dube to Stockton (AHL).
Dube had five points (1G / 4A) in 20 games with the Flames. He heads back to the AHL where he has recorded four assists in six games.
Source: @NHLFlames 11/29/18, 2:21 pm EST
The Flames have placed Dillon Dube (concussion) on IR.
Dube was already ruled out of Wednesday’s game in Anaheim, so he was moved to IR to open up a roster spot to call-up Anthony Peluso.
Dube (concussion) did not travel to Anaheim.
Dube remains in concussion protocol and will not be available for Wednesday’s game in Anaheim. Austin Czarnik is expected to replace him in the Flames lineup.
Dube is in concussion protocol and is unlikely to play on Wednesday.
Dube missed Tuesday’s practice and is unlikely to play on Wednesday because of a concussion. Dube could be ready by the weekend, when the Flames have a back-to-back in Los Angeles and San Jose.
Dube (undisclosed) will be back in the Flames lineup on Friday.
Dube missed Wednesday’s game with an undisclosed injury, but will replace Austin Czarnik tonight vs. the Predators. Dube has recorded one assist while averaging 11:38 TOI/GM in his first five games.