Sutter was dealt to the Kings on Monday for Scott Sabourin and likely will be assigned to AHL Ontario.
Sutter was waived shortly before the start of the 2015-16 campaign and remained within the Wild's system, picking up four goals and 10 assists with AHL Iowa. His father, Darryl Sutter, coaches the Kings, so that should help the 28-year-old comfortably adjust to a change of scenery.
Sutter was placed on waivers Sunday, Wild's beat writer Chad Graff reports.Sutter played in just six games with the Wild during the regular season last year, finishing with three assists. He spent the majority of the season with AHL Iowa, where he recorded 12 goals and 17 assists over 71 games. As long as he clears waivers, he'll head back to Iowa to start the 2015-16 season.
Sutter was recalled from AHL Iowa on Tuesday, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.Sutter was one of 11 players brought up by the Wild for their postseason run after Iowa's season concluded over the past weekend. The 27-year-old, who appeared in six games with the big club earlier this season, will just be with the Wild to participate in practices.
Sutter was reassigned to AHL Iowa on Wednesday, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.Sutter's appointment to the parent club lasted just one game, as he saw 10:31 of ice time in Wednesday's loss to the Jets. His reassignment leaves the Wild with just 11 healthy forwards, but Stu Bickel could move over from defenseman to give the team four full lines.
Sutter was recalled from the AHL on Tuesday, the Wild's official website reports.With forwards Ryan Carter and Jason Zucker headed to injured reserve due to upper body injuries, the Wild recalled Sutter and defenseman Stu Bickel. The 27-year-old Sutter has three assists in five NHL games this season, but he only has 18 points in 45 AHL appearances, hinting at minimal scoring potential. He has 10 points in 59 career NHL games.
Sutter was reassigned to the AHL by the Wild on Wednesday.Sutter's reassignment to the AHL likely indicates Zach Parise and Mikko Koivu are expected to play Thursday. The 27-year-old will head back to AHL Iowa, where he has posted six goals and nine assists over 30 games this season.
Sutter (illness) will return to the lineup Tuesday against the Sharks, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.With Sutter's illness behind him after he was able to log a full practice Monday, he'll reenter the lineup following a two-game absence. Look for him to skate as a wing on the fourth line, where he'll be joined by Ryan Carter and Erik Haula.
Sutter (illness) practiced with the team Monday, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.Sutter's return seems imminent with the news that Tyler Graovac was returned to AHL Iowa on Monday. Assuming that is the case, he should be able to return to the lineup Tuesday against the Sharks barring a setback.
Sutter (illness) will miss Saturday's game at Dallas, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.He missed Friday's win over Toronto and it's not clear when he'll return.
Sutter will miss Friday's game against the Maple Leafs with an illness.Sutter's absence prompted the Wild to recall Tyler Graovac from AHL Iowa to restore some depth at center. It shouldn't register as much of a surprise when a Wild player succumbs to an illness at this point, as both the mumps and stomach flu have compromised the health of a number of players this season.
Sutter assisted on two of the Wild's three second-period goals in Monday's triumph over the Jets.Called up from AHL Iowa prior to Monday's game while Mikael Granlund (wrist) and Jason Zucker (illness) remained unavailable, Sutter made an immediate mark for the Wild. The 27-year-old has three points in three games with the parent club this season, but his presence in the team's bottom six will make it difficult to sustain that scoring pace.
Sutter was recalled from AHL Iowa on Sunday.With Mikael Granlund (upper body) out indefinitely and Jason Zucker (illness) uncertain to return for the Wild's next game, Sutter was one of two forwards added to the 23-man roster Sunday for insurance purposes. Minnesota reassigned Justin Falk to Iowa to open up a spot for Sutter, who has eight points in 56 career NHL contests.
The Wild assigned Sutter to AHL Iowa on Thursday, Michael Russ of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.Sutter appeared in two games with the Wild after being recalled earlier this week, but he will head back to Iowa with Matt Cooke (hip) and/or Ryan Carter (shoulder) set to return for Minnesota's next game Saturday.
The Wild recalled Sutter from AHL Iowa, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.With Ryan Carter (upper body) heading to IR, the Wild recalled Sutter from AHL Iowa to fill the open roster spot.
Sutter was placed on waivers Friday, Chad Graff of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.The 27-year-old was auditioning for a role as the Wild's fourth-line center, but it looks like he was unable to best Kyle Brodziak for those duties. Sutter is expected to pass through waivers unclaimed and report to AHL Iowa.
Sutter signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Wild on Tuesday.Sutter has split most of the previous six seasons between the minors and NHL level, appearing in just 54 games in the big leagues. He's slated to fill a similar organization depth role with the Wild, with any ice time he receives with the parent club likely to come on the fourth line.
The Hurricanes reassigned Sutter to AHL Charlotte on Saturday, the Raleigh News & Observer reports.At 26 years old, the window of opportunity for Sutter to stick in the NHL as an everyday player is closing rapidly - he has played just 54 NHL games over the past six seasons combined.
The Hurricanes recalled Sutter from AHL Charlotte on Thursday, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports.Sutter did not record a point in the 12 games he appeared in with Carolina earlier this season, but he earned his way back to the top level by posting two goals and 12 assists in 22 games with Charlotte. Sutter will provide some depth up front with Riley Nash (lower body) out at least a week.
Sutter cleared waivers Monday and was assigned to AHL Charlotte, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports.Sutter found no suitors off of waivers after going pointless and posting a minus-5 rating over 12 games with the Canes. The 26-year-old may not see another opportunity with the parent club unless injuries weaken the team's depth.
Sutter was placed on waivers with the Hurricanes' intent to send him down to AHL Charlotte, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports.Sutter struggled to open the season and was actually benched for a few games in late October. He had since returned to the lineup, but still failed to produce. Through 12 games, he failed to record a single point and is minus-5 on the year. He should clear waivers and land with the Checkers shortly.
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