The Devils demoted Tangradi back to the minors Saturday.
Tangradi picked up an assist with the Devils in his go-around with the club, but he's bound for Binghamton again, where he's spent the vast majority of the season. The 30-year-old has served mainly as an organizational depth piece over the last handful of seasons and there's nothing to signal that will change in the near future.
Tangradi picked up an assist in Friday's 3-2 shootout win over the Canucks.
The 30-year-old winger has been up with the Devils for three games, as they have reached deep into the AHL Binghamton system to field a roster while six regular forwards are out. The March 9 promotion gave Tangradi his first chance at NHL action since the 2015-16 season, when he skated in one game with the Red Wings. He's not expected to hold much, if any, fantasy value during this top-level stint.
Tangradi was called up from AHL Binghamton on Saturday, Mike Morreale of NHL.com reports.
The Devils are reaching deep within their AHL system for reinforcements up front. Tangradi is a career minor-leaguer who hasn't played in an NHL game since his single-game stint with Detroit in the 2015-16 campaign.
Tangradi signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Devils on Wednesday.
Tangradi was invited to training camp with the Red Wings last October, but the winger sustained a knee injury and ended up playing exclusively with AHL Grand Rapids that season. He recorded 31 goals, 33 assists and a plus-12 rating with the minor-league club, though Tangradi's shaping up to be a career organizational tweener.
Tangradi (knee) was placed on waivers by Detroit on Wednesday, James Mirtle of The Athletic Toronto reports.
The big winger missed the vast majority of training camp through injury, which certainly didn't help his case for earning an NHL roster spot. Should he clear waivers, Tangradi is likely to be reassigned to AHL Grand Rapids, where he spent the entirety of last season, scoring 44 points in 54 contests.
Tangradi (knee) was placed on injured reserve Monday.
Fortunately, this will not affect any fantasy owners, as Tangradi is an organizational depth option for the Red Wings.
Tangradi (knee) is slated to return to the lineup on the team's top line alongside Justin Abdelkader and Michael Rasmussen during Saturday's preseason finale, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
Tangradi played well for the team's AHL affiliate last season and will get one last look Saturday before the Red Wings make more cuts to the roster. He should get plenty of run during the preseason finale, but doesn't figure to be a huge fantasy contributor during the regular season this year even if he earns a roster spot.
Tangradi (knee) was scratched from Thursday night's 4-2 home loss to the Blackhawks.
The 28-year-old is an organizational depth player who is unlikely to break camp with the parent club, yet he has an outside chance of filling in when injuries strike.
Tangradi (knee) isn't in the lineup for Tuesday's preseason game in Boston, Ted Kulfan of The Detroit News reports.
The burly winger sustained his malady on the first day of training camp Friday. Tangradi has appeared in just eight NHL games since 2014-15, as he's mostly been deployed in the minor-league ranks. His next chance to suit up will be Wednesday against the Penguins.
Tangradi suffered a knee injury on the opening day of training camp and will be reevaluated Saturday, Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Tangradi will battle throughout camp for an Opening Night roster spot, though an early injury that holds him out an extended period of time could detract from his chances at securing one. More information on the injury and a potential timetable should arrive Saturday after he gets checked out by doctors.
Tangradi signed a two-year, two-way contract extension with the Red Wings on Monday, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
Tangradi would have been a free agent at the end of this season, but the new deal locks him up for another couple seasons. The winger has drawn into just one game for the Red Wings this season, seeing 6:55 of ice time, and remains largely off the fantasy radar.
Tangradi will rejoin AHL Grand Rapids on Tuesday.
Tangradi has appeared in just one game for the Red Wings this season, seeing less than seven minutes of ice time. The 26-year-old has performed well in the minors, registering 31 points in 36 contests.
Tangradi was recalled from AHL Grand Rapids on Sunday.
Tangradi continued a strong run of scoring since his last brief appearance in the majors, now at 31 points in 36 games and leading the Griffins in scoring. The 26-year-old didn't register any ice time during his last stint with the Red Wings, but his AHL stats at least indicate there is something capable of scoring in there.
Tangradi has been returned to AHL Grand Rapids, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
Tangradi simply served as depth for the Red Wings over the last couple contests, but he didn't draw into the lineup. He'll now rejoin the team's AHL affiliate and await another opportunity to rejoin the parent club.
Tangradi was recalled from AHL Grand Rapids on Monday.
Tangradi's first recall as a member of the Red Wings organization likely comes in wake of Dylan Larkin being expected to miss his second consecutive game Monday against Minnesota. Tangradi is a big-bodied wing who has produced consistently at the AHL level, but has never scored more than three goals in an NHL season.
Tangradi signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Red Wings on Wednesday.
Tangradi wasn't tendered a contract by the Canadiens, making him an unrestricted free agent, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.Tangradi skated in seven games for the Habs in 2014-15, logging no points. The 26-year-old will try to land a two-way contract with another club this offseason.
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