Turris was promoted to the active roster Sunday, according to CapFriendly. Turris was often a healthy scratch during the regular season and finished with just five points in 27 games. If he does crack the lineup during the playoffs, he'll likely stay in a bottom-six role.
Turris was loaned to Edmonton's taxi squad Saturday. Turris' move to the taxi squad will clear a roster spot for defenseman Slater Koekkoek (collarbone) to come off IR. Given that Saturday is Edmonton's regular-season finale, Turris will finish the campaign with two goals and three assists in 27 games. Whether he'll crack the postseason lineup remains to be seen.
Turris was reassigned to the taxi squad Thursday, per CapFriendly. Turris played in Wednesday's 4-3 overtime win over the Canadiens, but he'll return to the taxi squad for now. The 31-year-old has only five points in 27 appearances this year.
Turris has been called up from the taxi squad and will play Wednesday against the Canadiens, Jason Gregor of OilersNation.com With the playoff seeding already locked in for the North Division, it's no secret that this simply amounts to a tuneup game for both clubs. As such, Turris will enter the lineup for the 27th time this season hoping to build upon his five points and ugly minus-11 rating.
Turris was sent to the taxi squad and will not play Thursday's game against Vancouver. Turris skated 11:28 on Tuesday in Vancouver after sitting out the nine games prior to that, so it appears as though he didn't do enough to remain in the lineup. The Oilers still have seven games left in eight days starting Friday, so Turris will almost assuredly get called to action a couple more times prior to the playoffs.
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