Condra was assigned to AHL Syracuse on Sunday. The winger has been bouncing up and down all year, so after being called up Friday, it isn't much of a surprise that he's already back to the minors Sunday. With zero points in 13 games in the NHL, if he makes it back up, he won't be much of a fantasy threat.
The Lightning recalled Condra from AHL Syracuse on Thursday. Tyler Johnson (undisclosed), Ondrej Palat (lower body) and Alex Killorn (undisclosed) are all considered day-to-day, so Condra was brought up to big club in case one of the aforementioned players is unable to go Friday against Minnesota. The 30-year-old winger has played well in the minors this season, racking up 26 points (seven goals, 19 assists) in 29 games with AHL Syracuse. He'll likely slot into a bottom-six role if he cracks the lineup against the Wild.
Condra was reassigned to AHL Syracuse on Friday, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The 30-year-old has been cold this year with no points in 11 games, only averaging 9:34 per game. He will likely be back up in the NHL for Tuesday's game against Boston, being sent down to get some work during the All-Star break.
Condra took rushes on the fourth line during Thursday's game-day skate, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports. Condra, who was a healthy scratch Tuesday, appears to be in the lineup against the Panthers. In 10 NHL games this year, the winger has failed to register a point, faring significantly better in the minors where he has 23 points in 24 outings.
Condra was assigned to AHL Syracuse on Saturday, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Condra only played in two games after his most recent call up, failing to register a point or a shot on goal.
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