Engelland dished out three assists in Tuesday's win over the Blackhawks. Engelland was pointless in the first 19 games of the season, but he finally got in on the action in a blowout win over Chicago. The production clearly shouldn't be expected on a nightly basis, but a pairing with Shea Theodore makes him a prime candidate for points on occasion.
Engelland, who missed Tuesday's game in Toronto tending to his ill son, rejoined the Golden Knights on Wednesday. Engelland is expected to play Thursday night in Ottawa. Despite the quick return, the 36-year-old doesn't warrant much fantasy consideration, having failed to record a point in 11 games.
Engelland won't play Tuesday's game versus the Maple Leafs as he tends to his son's illness. The Golden Knights have four games left on the road trip, and Engelland sitting out could signal he's heading home to be with his son. It's unclear if he'll be back for Thursday's road game against the Senators. Jon Merrill will fill in for the time being.
Engelland (undisclosed) was taken off injured reserve ahead of Friday's clash with Tampa Bay, per the NHL's official media site. Engelland's activation was expected after Jake Bischoff headed to the minors Thursday. The 36-year-old Engelland is expected to immediately slot back into the lineup and relegate Brad Hunt to a spot in the press box, per Jesse Granger of The Athletic.
Engelland (undisclosed) has been placed on injured reserve, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports. Assuming the Golden Knights backdated the injury, Engelland will be available to return whenever he's fit. However, the blueliner's placement on injured reserve suggests he will miss at least Wednesday's game against the Canucks, while no firm timetable for his return to action has been established at this point.
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