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    Wild's Jordan Schroeder: Recalled on emergency basis

    Schroeder was recalled by the Red Wings on an emergency basis Friday, Michael Russo of the Star Tribune reports.Schroeder was likely recalled so that the Wild have a replacement at hand if Nino Niederreiter is unable to play Saturday against St. Louis. However, Niederreiter practiced Friday, and will likely be good to go Saturday against the Blues.

  • Clears waivers, headed to AHL

    News: Jordan Schroeder cleared waivers and will be assigned to the AHL Iowa Wild on Wednesday.
    Analysis: Jordan Schroeder split his time between the AHL and the NHL last season, scoring 10 goals and adding 18 assists in 35 games in the AHL while scoring three goals and tallying five assists in 25 NHL games last season. He'll likely spend the majority of his time with AHL Iowa unless the injury bug strikes the Wild's forward group.
  • Placed on waivers

    News: Jordan Schroeder was placed on waivers, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
    Analysis: If Jordan Schroeder isn't claimed off waivers, he'll likely spend much of the season at AHL Iowa barring injuries in Minnesota. Still, he showed a spark at times last year and almost made the final NHL roster, so he could work his way back into the NHL mix.
  • Returns to practice

    News: Jordan Schroeder (groin) returned to the ice Sunday for the Wild.
    Analysis: Jordan Schroeder injured his groin recently, but it appears he's rejoined the club. There's a chance he'll begin the season on the NHL roster if both Justin Fontaine and Erik Haula begin the season on injured reserve.
  • Wild's Schroeder To Play Thursday

    News: Jordan Schroeder will play Thursday against the Rangers, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
    Analysis: Jordan Schroeder has been getting ice time on the fourth line despite the return of several injured forwards thanks to his skills on the penalty kill.
  • Wild's Schroeder To Play Tuesday

    News: Jordan Schroeder will play Tuesday with Kyle Brodziak out due to upper-body tightness.
    Analysis: Jordan Schroeder had been a healthy scratch for eight consecutive games. He was productive before the Wild acquired several players at the trade deadline and pushed him to the bench, so he could be a sleeper option in daily formats.
  • Wild's Schroeder Back On Bench

    News: Jordan Schroeder was a healthy scratch in Friday's win over Carolina.
    Analysis: Jordan Schroeder went back to the bench with the return of Nino Niederreiter from a lower body injury. Schroeder is the odd forward out after the recent acquisitions of Sean Bergenheim and Chris Stewart, so his playing time will be spotty the rest of the season.
  • Wild's Schroeder Back In Lineup

    News: Jordan Schroeder had four shots on goal and was on the ice for 13:57 in Thursday's win over Washington.
    Analysis: Jordan Schroeder was the odd-man out when the Wild acquired Sean Bergenheim and Chris Stewart and was a healthy scratch Tuesday. However, Schroeder was back in the lineup with Nino Niederreiter sidelined with a lower-body injury.
  • Wild To Scratch Schroeder On Tuesday

    News: Jordan Schroeder will be a healthy scratch for Tuesday's game against the Senators, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
    Analysis: Jordan Schroeder has fared well on the Wild's third line since his call-up from AHL Iowa, but the team's recent additions of Sean Bergenheim and Chris Stewart to the lineup will force coach Mike Yeo to drop a player from the lineup. Since Schroeder's isn't a fixture on either of the Wild's special-teams units, Yeo decided that he was the most expendable forward.
  • Wild's Schroeder Posts Two Assists

    News: Jordan Schroeder had two assists in Monday's loss at Vancouver.
    Analysis: Jordan Schroeder may stay in the NHL the rest of the season as he's becoming a significant part of the Wild's offense. He's scored four points in his last five games and has been on the ice 11 or more minutes in each of his last three games.