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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.

Source: @mnwild 01/8/15, 6:48 am EST

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Schroeder is back with the Canucks after a conditioning stint with Utica and will play tonight vs. Edmonton.

Schroeder recorded one assist in two games with Utica this weekend. With the Canucks really thin up the middle right now, Schroeder could slot in on the top-6 tonight.

Source: Jeff Paterson 01/27/14, 9:29 am EST

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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.

Source: @VanCanucks 01/22/14, 11:43 am EST

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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.

Source: Elliott Pap 01/22/14, 9:42 am EST

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Puckworld: Floundering Canucks send rookie C Jordan Schroeder to AHL and recall vet Andrew Ebbett. #canucks

Despite seeing some time on the PP, Schroeder only had 5 pts in 22 games, and immediately loses all fantasy relevance.

Source: Elliott Pap 03/11/13, 7:15 am EST

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“I liked the way he positioned himself away from the puck, how he handled that. His next step is to dominate in the AHL."

Schroeder could have made the team but lost out to Cody Hodgson for the second line job. He will need at least another year in the AHL after scoring only 10 goals and 28 points in his rookie year.

Source: The White Towel 10/2/11, 1:36 pm EST

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The 2009 first-round draft choice struggled with expectation and accountability but has looked like a different player. His stride is stronger, his commitment to play in traffic is better and the diminutive centre has caught the coach’s eye.

Schroeder has a chance to earn the third line center job with Ryan Kesler and Manny Malhotra both nursing injuries. Look for the second-year pro to make the decision increasingly hard for his coaches.

Source: The White Towel 09/27/11, 4:02 am EST

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Playing his fourth game Sunday is significant and could determine whether the 2009 first-round pick stays this week. It’s been a long climb back into the good books for the diminutive centre who had just 10 goals with the Manitoba Moose last season in a tough transition to pro. He wasn’t among players recalled by the Canucks once the AHL team was eliminated from the postseason.

Schroeder could challenge for the second or third line center spot. The former 22nd overall pick scored 10 goals and 28 points through his first 61 games in the AHL. Look for him to challenge for a roster spot by the end of the season if the preseason is any indication.

Source: The White Towel 09/25/11, 2:09 pm EST

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