The Islanders have acquired Jordan Schmaltz from the Maple Leafs for Matt Lorito.
In his first season in the Maple Leafs organization, Schmaltz has scored two goals with 11 assists (13 points) in 37 AHL games. This is a straight AHL trade, so look for Schmaltz to report to Bridgeport (AHL).
The Maple Leafs have acquired Jordan Schmaltz from the Blues in exchange for Andreas Borgman.
Schmaltz is a former first-round pick (No.25 overall in 2012) but has appeared in just 42 career NHL games since. Last season, Schmaltz had nine points (1G / 8A) in 36 AHL games and just two assists in 20 NHL games with the Blues. Schmaltz will likely start the 2020 season with the Toronto Marlies (AHL).
Schmaltz cleared waivers and been assigned to San Antonio (AHL).
Schmaltz has been a healthy scratch for the last nine games and was waived on Sunday. It was a bit of surprise to see Schmaltz clear waivers and heads back to the AHL, where he had five goals and 18 assists (23 points) in 31 games last season.
Source: Lou Korac 01/7/19, 1:16 pm EST
Schmaltz will be back in the Blues lineup on Saturday.
Source: Jim Thomas 12/1/18, 6:48 pm EST
Schmaltz is expected to be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Schmaltz has picked up just two assists in 17 games this season and will come out of the lineup on Friday with Robert Bortuzzo back in for the first time since October 20th.
Schmaltz will be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Schmaltz was in the lineup for the last three games, but will be replaced by Jay Bouwmeester on Wednesday. Schmaltz, who had nice offensive numbers in the AHL, has just four assists in 33 career NHL games.
Schmaltz will draw back into the Blues lineup on Tuesday.
Schmaltz has been a healthy scratch for the last two games, but will replace Jay Bouwmeester tonight vs. the Hurricanes. Schmaltz has just one assist and eight shots on goal in eight games this season.
Source: Lou Korac 11/6/18, 12:45 pm EST
Schmaltz will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Schmaltz has just one assist in eight games this season and will come out of the lineup tonight with Carl Gunnarsson (hip) making his season debut.
The Blues have signed Jordan Schmaltz to a two-year, two-way contract worth $1.4M ($700K AAV).
Source: Lou Korac 09/12/18, 11:49 am EST
Schmaltz (upper-body) has not been cleared to play on Wednesday.
Schmaltz will miss his third straight game with an upper-body injury. Monitor his status as the Blues head into their final weekend of the season (Friday in Chicago / Saturday in Colorado).
Source: Jim Thomas 04/4/18, 12:38 pm EST
Schmaltz was recalled from San Antonio (AHL) and will play on Sunday afternoon.
Schmaltz has no points in four games with the Blues this season but has picked up 23 points (5G / 18A) in 31 games with the Rampage. Schmaltz will take Chris Butler’s spot on the blueline and is expected to skate with Vince Dunn.
Source: Lou Korac 02/25/18, 8:49 am EST
The Blues have assigned Jordan Schmaltz to San Antonio (AHL).
Source: Jim Thomas 12/30/17, 8:55 am EST
Schmaltz will be back in the Blues lineup in Edmonton.
Source: Jim Thomas 12/21/17, 3:13 pm EST
Schmaltz will make his season debut on Tuesday.
The Blues have recalled Jordan Schmaltz from San Antonio (AHL).
Schmaltz has picked up five goals and 14 assists (19 points) in 24 games with San Antonio this season. The 2012 first round pick (No.25 overall) has two assists in nine career NHL games and could make his season debut on Tuesday. Schmaltz has been called up because Alex Pietrangelo was moved to IR this morning.