Haley was reassigned to AHL San Jose on Sunday. Haley has seen limited action with the Sharks this season, averaging just 6:11 of ice time in the seven games he's dressed in with the club. The winger has yet to tally a point, and will have to wait to do so as he'll now rejoin AHL San Jose and return to a role of organizational depth.
Haley was recalled by the Sharks again on Thursday. Despite a couple call-ups this season, Haley has appeared in just one game for the Sharks and didn't record any points or shots. His fantasy relevance is marginal at best.
Haley was reassigned to AHL San Jose on Friday, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports. Ben Smith and Joonas Donskoi appear ready to return to action Saturday against the Hurricanes, meaning the Sharks are no longer in need of Haley's services as a depth forward. Haley only suited up for one game during his stay with the big club, logging 6:48 of ice time Thursday against the Kings.
Haley was recalled from AHL San Jose on Wednesday. Haley is having an excellent year in the AHL, scoring four goals and adding two assists in three games this season. Known for piling up penalty minutes, the 29-year-old Guelph native can be a productive NHL player if he can continue his point scoring ways. He and Mirco Mueller replace Nikolay Goldobin, Dylan DeMelo and Bryan Lerg on the NHL roster.
Micheal Haley was re-signed Wednesday by the Sharks on a one-year, two-way contract, Curtis Pashelka of the San Jose Mercury News reports.
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