The Flyers have acquired Tyler Pitlick from the Stars for Ryan Hartman.
Pitlick has one-year left on his three-year contract that carries a $1.0M cap-hit. During his second season with the Stars, Pitlick scored eight goals with four assists (12 points) in 47 games. He will replace Hartman in the Flyers’ bottom-6.
Pitlick had surgery on his left wrist and will miss eight more weeks.
Pitlick was originally expected to miss two weeks but underwent surgery this week and will miss at least two more months. This essentially ends Pitlick’s season but would put him on target to play in the playoffs if the Stars qualify.
Pitlick (upper-body) is expected to miss at lest two weeks.
Pitlick has missed the last two games and is expected to miss at least two more weeks. With Pitlick out until mid-February, expect Denis Gurianov to remain with the big club.
The Stars have placed Tyler Pitlick (upper-body) on IR.
Pitlick was hurt vs. the Kings on January 17th and missed their game vs. the Jets on the 19th. Pitlick’s move to IR opened up a roster spot for the Stars to recall Roope Hintz from Texas (AHL).
Pitlick (illness) will not play on Sunday.
Pitlick (upper-body) is expected to return to the Stars lineup on Monday.
Pitlick has missed the last games but is expected to replace Remi Elie in the lineup tonight. Pitlick has registered two goals and two assists in his first 14 games of the season.
The Stars have placed Tyler Pitlick (undisclosed) on IR.
Pitlick suffered an injury vs. the Sabres last Saturday and was set to miss his second straight game tonight. His move to IR created a roster spot for Radek Faksa and Brett Ritchie to return to the lineup tonight.
Pitlick (upper-body) will not play on Monday.
Pitlick suffered an upper-body injury in Saturday’s game vs. the Sabres and it will keep him sidelined on Monday. With Pitlick out, Jamie Oleksiak will draw into the lineup as a forward.
The Stars have signed Tyler Pitlick to a three-year deal worth $3.0M ($1.0M AAV).
Pitlick has split his time between the AHL and NHL in his first three professional seasons. Last year he had 21 points (7G / 14A) in 37 games with Bakersfield and 11 points (8G / 3A) in 31 games with Edmonton. He is a capable scorer with good size (6-foot, 202 lbs) who brings some offence and some upside to the Stars bottom-6.
Source: Mike Heika 07/4/17, 9:29 am EST
Pitlick will miss the rest of the regular season with a torn ACL.
Pitlick was hurt Monday in St. Louis and will miss the rest of the regular season with a torn ACL. Pitlick scored eight goals in 31 games and showed he was a capable NHL player, but his struggles with injuries continue.
Pitlick (lower-body) returned to Edmonton to be re-evaluated.
Pitlick was hurt in Monday’s game in St. Louis and was seen postgame in a walking cast up to his thigh and on crutches. Right now, it doesn’t look good for him,” Oilers’ head coach Todd McLellan said postgame. Pitlick will be out until the Christmas break at the very least, so expect Jesse Puljujarvi or Taylor Beck to get back into the lineup on Wednesday.
The Oilers have sent Tyler Pitlick to Bakersfield (AHL).
Pitlick was recalled with Joey Laleggia this morning as a paper move to maximize the Oilers cap relief by placing Jordan Eberle (shoulder) on longterm injured reserve.
The Oilers have recalled Tyler Pitlick from Bakersfield (AHL).
Pitlick, 23, has no points in two games with Bakersfield this season. He has been recalled because the Oilers have placed Rob Klinkhammer on IR.
Pitlick (undisclosed) has been activated from injured reserve.
Pitlick has been sidelined by an undisclosed injury since December 31st, but he is expected to be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Kings. Pitlick will skate on the third line with Anton Lander and Matt Fraser. Pitlick has one goal in 14 games with the Oilers this season.
Pitlick will play with Taylor Hall and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins on Wednesday.
Pitlick was a plus-1 and had one shot in 9:57 TOI in his season debut on Monday. In 14 games in Oklahoma City (AHL), Pitlickhad three goals and six assists. He could have some value in daily fantasy leagues, but the way things are going for the Oilers right now, I wouldn’t have too much faith.
The Oilers have recalled Tyler Pitlick from Oklahoma City (AHL).
Pitlick, 23, has registered three goals and six assists in 14 games with OKC this season. In 10 games with the Oilers last season, he had one goal and a minus-2 rating.
The Oilers have recalled Tyler Pitlick from Oklahoma City (AHL) on an emergency basis.
Pitlick, 22, has eight goals and 14 assists (22 points) in 38 games with OKC this season. He scored his first NHL goal on October 26 and then promptly got hurt in the same game. That goal is his only point in three games with the Oilers this season.
The Oilers assigned forward Tyler Pitlick to Oklahoma City (AHL).
Pitlick had been recovering from a knee injury that has kept him out of the lineup since October 26. He could return to the Oilers once he gets back up to speed in the AHL.
The Edmonton Oilers have recalled Tyler Pitlick from Oklahoma City (AHL).
Pitlick was the 31st overall pick in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. He has 11 goals and 25 assists (36 points) in 113 games with OKC - including one goal and two assists in seven games this season. Both Ryan Smyth and Jordan Eberle are questionable for tomorrow's game, if one of them can't go, Pitlick would slide into the lineup.
The following were assigned to Oklahoma City (AHL) today: Ryan Lowery (D), Olivier Roy (G), Philippe Cornet (LW), Tanner House (LW), Chris VandeVelde (C), Alex Plante (D), Milan Kytnar (RW), Curtis Hamilton (LW), Ryan Martindale (C), Tyler Pitlick (C)
No immediate fantasy hockey value in the AHL.