• Devils' Sislo Reassigned

    News: Mike Sislo was placed on waivers Friday.
    Analysis: With the Devils getting Patrik Elias (mumps) back in their lineup for Friday's game against the Canadiens, carrying Mike Sislo on the roster was no longer necessary. The winger, who has appeared in 10 games for the parent club this season, is expected to clear waivers Saturday and report to AHL Albany.
  • Devils' Sislo Recalled From AHL Albany

    News: Mike Sislo was recalled from AHL Albany on Tuesday.
    Analysis: Mike Sislo has been up-and-down throughout the season, with this latest transaction a result of Jacob Josefson (illness) and Stephen Gionta (broken hand) landing on injured reserve. Sislo has 11 points (seven goals) in 21 AHL games this season, but he only has one point (an assist) in 23 career NHL appearances.
  • Devils Assign Sislo To AHL

    News: Mike Sislo was assigned to AHL Albany on Sunday.
    Analysis: Mike Sislo drew into the lineup Saturday in place of Jacob Josefson on Saturday, who was out with a groin injury. He saw 10:24 of ice time in Saturday's game and recorded one shot. He will head back to AHL Albany, where he will receive more playing time, but remains an option to see time with the Devils should the team lose another player to injury or illness.
  • Devils Recall Sislo

    News: Mike Sislo was recalled from AHL Albany on Saturday.
    Analysis: It sounds as though the Devils might have some forwards banged up following Friday's win over the Lightning, so Mike Sislo will join the team as an insurance option in case one of the regulars can't go. Mike Cammalleri (lower body) was moved to injured reserve to create roster room for Sislo.
  • Devils Reassign Sislo

    News: The Devils reassigned Mike Sislo to AHL Albany on Monday, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
    Analysis: Mike Sislo played in eight games while he was up with the Devils, but he recorded just one point. His return to Albany will make room for the team to activate Travis Zajac (lower body) off IR.
  • Devils Recall Sislo

    News: Mike Sislo was recalled from AHL Albany on Thursday, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
    Analysis: The Devils will be without the services of Jaromir Jagr (illness), Patrik Elias (groin) and most likely, Stephen Gionta (foot) on Thursday, prompting the call-up of Mike Sislo. Look for him to skate on the team's makeshift fourth line, which is expected to include a defenseman on one of the wings.
  • Devils Return Sislo To Albany

    News: Mike Sislo was reassigned to AHL Albany on Saturday, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports.
    Analysis: With Jordin Tootoo (foot) returning to the lineup Friday, the Devils didn't have much of a need to keep Mike Sislo around. Sislo was able to pick up an assist during his two-game stint with the NHL club.
  • Devils' Sislo Gets First NHL Point

    News: Making his season debut for the Devils, Mike Sislo picked up his first NHL point -- an assist -- in Thursday's 4-3 win over the Blues.
    Analysis: Mike Sislo played in 14 games for New Jersey last year, but didn't find the scoresheet. Even though he saw only 10:05 on the ice Thursday, he made quite an impact, notching the primary helper on Marek Zidlicky's third-period goal as well as laying five hits. However, Sislo could have a tough time staying in the lineup as the Devils' forwards get healthy in the coming days.
  • Devils Recall Sislo

    News: Mike Sislo was recalled from AHL Albany on Thursday, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports.
    Analysis: A lower-body injury will sideline Adam Henrique for Thursday's contest, prompting the Devils to bring up Mike Sislo to fill out their forward ranks. Sislo will slot in on the Devils' fourth line alongside Tuomu Ruutu and Stephen Gionta on Thursday, but his stay in the lineup could be brief. Jordin Tootoo (foot) joined the Devils on their road trip and looks to closing in on reclaiming his spot on the checking line, perhaps as soon as Friday in Detroit.
  • Sislo Remains With Devils

    News: Mike Sislo agreed to a two-year, two-way contract with New Jersey on Thursday with an NHL salary of $562,500, the Newark Star-Ledger's Rich Chere reports.
    Analysis: Mike Sislo filled in on the team's fourth line while the Devils dealt with injuries to some of their regular forwards, but failed to register a point in 14 NHL games, averaging just 8:51 of ice time. However, despite his limited impact with the big club, Sislo managed 23 goals and 41 points in 59 games with Albany (AHL).