Roy was sent down to AHL Chicago on Monday. With the Golden Knights acquiring Chandler Stephenson, Roy was the odd man out that was no longer needed with the big club. He'll return to AHL Chicago where he's recorded two goals and six points in 11 games.
Roy was recalled on an emergency basis from AHL Chicago on Saturday, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports. With Cody Eakin's status up in the air due to a head injury, the Golden Knights promoted Roy on Saturday and could have the 22-year-old in the lineup Monday in New York. Roy has collected three points in six NHL games this season, to go along with eight points in 11 AHL games in 2019-20.
Vegas reassigned Roy to AHL Chicago on Friday. Roy will continue to be one of the first skaters the Golden Knights turn to when dealing with injuries on the front end, but he won't be a viable fantasy option in 2019-20 due to his unpredictable role.
The Golden Knights recalled Roy from AHL Chicago on an emergency basis. Since it's on an emergency basis, there may be an injury to one of the Golden Knights' forwards heading into Thursday's matchup against the Sharks. Roy has a goal and two assists over six NHL games this year, and he figures to work into the bottom six if he cracks the lineup.
The Golden Knights demoted Roy to AHL Chicago on Sunday. Roy was solid in his six-game stint with the big club, racking up a goal and three points in six games. He also averaged 9:28 of ice time. In the wake of this news, Tomas Nosek will enter the lineup Sunday against the Flames as the team's fourth-line center.
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