Schroeder was sent to Iowa of the AHL, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. He'll get some extra ice time in the AHL during the All-Star break and may be called back up to the NHL shortly after.
Schroeder has been called up to the Wild. The Wild have only generated seven goals amidst a five-game losing streak. Schroeder has demonstrated offensive proficiency with AHL Iowa this season -- notching 20 points in 25 games -- so perhaps he can parlay those skills over to the parent club and re-ignite what has been a stagnant offense.
Schroeder was sent back to AHL Iowa on Sunday, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Schroeder joined the Wild for Saturday's contest, but was just there seemingly as an insurance policy in case other forwards were unable to play. He did not end up drawing into the lineup, and has now been sent back to the AHL as a result.
Schroder has been recalled from AHL Iowa, Michael Russo of the Star Tribune reports, adding that the center is unlikely to play Saturday evening. Both Zach Parise and Erik Haula are considered game-time decisions Saturday night, so Schroeder will be on hand as an insurance option at the forward spot. The diminutive center has just one point (a goal) in 11 games this season.
Schroeder was reassigned to AHL Iowa after clearing waivers, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports. The former first-round pick and the USA's all-time leading scorer at the World Junior Championships has yet to find his way in the NHL. Schroeder has just 24 points in 92 NHL contests, including one in 11 games this season.
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