Schroeder was a healthy scratch in Sunday's loss to Winnipeg. Schroeder continues to bounce between the active roster and bench, but he's been unable to get on the ice in March. Since scoring a goal on Feb. 27.he's played in just two games with no points.
Schroeder collected a goal and an assist during Monday's overtime win against Los Angeles. The former first-round pick from the 2009 draft has never been able to consistently crack an NHL roster, and this season has been no different. Schroeder has played 27 games this season and posted a career-high 11 points, but he's still nothing more than a speculative low-priced flier in daily contests. While there is an outside chance he carves out a fourth-line role down the stretch, it's unlikely to translate into reliable fantasy production.
Schroeder was a healthy scratch in Saturday's loss to Los Angeles. Kurtis Gabriel played instead of Schroeder as the two may alternate games off on the fourth line.
Schroeder registered two assists -- one on the game-winner -- during Tuesday's 3-2 overtime win against Nashville. Schroeder has been recalled twice in December, sporting three points in three appearances. In total, the 26-year-old has entered in just five games this season, but he's produced admirably in limited action. It's a crapshoot if you start the 2009 No. 22 pick when he's active and with the Wild, as he could be a bust or contribute as a value option.
Schroeder was recalled from AHL Iowa, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. He could play Tuesday at Nashville with both Erik Haula (lower body) an Zach Parise (illness) questionable for the game.
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