Joseph was reassigned to AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on Friday. Joseph's demotion could be an indication that Brian Dumoulin (lower body) will be available to jump back into the lineup against the Flyers on Saturday. Joseph has been watching from the press box as a member of the taxi squad for the club's last two contests and his reassignment will provide him the much-needed opportunity to log big minutes.
Joseph was reassigned to Pittsburgh's taxi squad Tuesday. Joseph has been in the Penguins' lineup for 16 straight games, so this move comes as a bit of a surprise. The 21-year-old rookie has tallied five points in his 16 top-level appearances this season.
Joseph was promoted from the taxi squad ahead of Thursday's game versus the Capitals, Seth Rorabaugh of TribLive.com reports. This move was expected. Joseph will take the ice in Thursday's rivalry game. His role has taken a hit recently with less than 17 minutes per contest over the last six games, and he didn't register any points during that stretch.
Joseph was assigned to the taxi squad Wednesday, per CapFriendly. Joseph is expected to be back on the active roster for Thursday's road game versus the Capitals. He's suited up in 13 straight games, recording five points, 22 shots on net and 21 hits.
Joseph was added to the active roster and will play in Tuesday's game against the Capitals, per CBS Sports. Joseph continues to shuffle between the taxi squad and active roster in a cap-saving measure for the team. He's played the last 12 games for the Penguins, earning five points to go along with 17:58 of average ice time over that span. Joseph will continue to stay on the team's top defensive pairing with Kris Letang for Thursday's game.
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