Lashoff was reassigned to AHL Grand Rapids on Friday.
Lashoff stayed with the Wings for just one day before the club added Cody Goloubef off waivers to shore up the team's defensive group. Even if he makes his way back to the big club, Lashoff doesn't possess much fantasy appeal.
The Red Wings recalled Lashoff from AHL Grand Rapids under emergency conditions Thursday.
The 29-year-old will fill the roster spot vacated by Filip Hronek (head), who was placed on injured reserve in a corresponding move. Lashoff has seen action with the big club already this season, skating in nine games and earning an assist. It's likely that Lashoff will provide depth to the defensive corps until Hronek is fully cleared to return.
Detroit assigned Lashoff to AHL Grand Rapids on Wednesday.
Lashoff's demotion suggests Trevor Daley (undisclosed) could be available for Friday's matchup with Pittsburgh. The 29-year-old blueliner notched one assist in eight appearances during his nine-game stay with the big club.
Lashoff registered an assist, three blocked shots, two hits and two PIM in Friday's 4-1 loss to the Stars.
Lashoff has only made four appearances this season, and the assist was his first point. He's added nine hits and five blocks. The 29-year-old is nothing more than defensive depth -- he's never had more than six points in a campaign, and that total came in 2013-14. He should continue to see playing time while Jonathan Ericsson (face) is sidelined.
Detroit recalled Lashoff from AHL Grand Rapids on Friday.
Now that the NHL's holiday break is over, Lashoff will resume his role as the Red Wings' seventh defenseman. The 29-year-old has gone scoreless in one appearance with the big club this campaign.
The Red Wings assigned Lashoff to their AHL affiliate on Monday.
Detroit's off until Saturday against the Panthers due to the NHL's holiday break, so Lashoff will head to the minors to continue skating during the big club's hiatus. He'll likely be recalled prior to the Red Wings' clash with Florida.
Detroit recalled Lashoff from AHL Grand Rapids on Tuesday.
The Red Wings placed Jonathan Ericsson (face) on injured reserve in a corresponding move, so Lashoff could be in for an extended stay with the parent club. The 29-year-old blueliner has picked up six points while posting a plus-2 rating in 25 AHL appearances this season.
Lashoff was recalled from AHL Grand Rapids under emergency conditions Friday, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
The Red Wings reportedly have one standard recall remaining, but the transaction for Lashoff doesn't count since it's deemed an emergency concerning the status of Jonathan Ericsson, who has a lower-body injury. It's been a great week for Lashoff, as he earned a two-year contract extension Wednesday, and the rearguard suddenly has an outside chance of being deployed for Saturday's matinee against the Islanders.
Lashoff signed on the dotted line of a two-year contract extension with the Red Wings on Wednesday.
Lashoff has yet to draw in for the Red Wings this season and has just six games under his best in the NHL since the 2014-15 campaign. While he's unlikely to make a big name for himself at the top level, Lashoff should continue to provide organizational depth along the blue line.
Lashoff was returned to AHL Grand Rapids on Thursday.
Lashoff did not draw into a game in his most recent stint with Detroit. He's officially getting bussed back to Grand Rapids since power-play quarterback Mike Green (lower body) is confident he'll be able to return Friday against the Jets.
Lashoff was recalled from AHL Grand Rapids on Wednesday.
Lashoff helped Team USA win the gold medal in the 2010 World Junior Championship, and he's revered for having won the Calder Cup with the AHL's Griffin twice (2013, 2017). The Wings have called up the trusty defenseman since they find themselves thin on the blue line with Mike Green (lower body), Trevor Daley (foot) and Danny DeKeyser (hand) all in the training room due to their respective injuries.
Lashoff was sent down to AHL Grand Rapids on Friday.
Lashoff will have to wait a little while longer before making his season debut. Limited to three assists in 17 games with AHL Grand Rapids, the 28-year-old isn't worth a spot on any fantasy roster.
The Red Wings recalled Lashoff from AHL Grand Rapids on Tuesday.
Lashoff has only appeared in six NHL contests over the past two seasons, so it wouldn't be surprising if he ends up being a healthy scratch for the duration of his stay with the big club. The 28-year-old blueliner has notched three assists in 17 AHL appearances this campaign.
Lashoff was reassigned to AHL Grand Rapids on Monday.
Lashoff didn't play in either game that the Wings played while he was up, which isn't the least bit surprising. The 28-year-old has played in six total NHL games over the last three seasons.
Lashoff will be recalled from AHL Grand Rapids ahead of Thursday's road game against Toronto.
The Red Wings will bring back Lashoff in the wake of news that Danny DeKeyser (hand) will miss 4-to-6 weeks. While Lashoff probably never will be a full-time NHLer, he's at least proven to be adept at killing off penalties.
Lashoff was sent to AHL Grand Rapids after clearing waivers Friday, per the AHL transactions log.
Lashoff was waived by the Red Wings after spending the beginning of the season on non-roster IR, and he quickly made his way through waivers. The blueliner will now take his place back among the AHL ranks, where he tallied 15 points over 70 games in the regular season and another three in five games during the playoffs.
Lashoff was waived by the Red Wings on Friday, CapFriendly reports.
Lashoff dealt with an undisclosed issue that rendered him a non-roster player to start the season, but his waiver move suggests he's healthy and ready to report to AHL Grand Rapids in the likely event that he clears waivers.
Lashoff (undisclosed) was put on non-roster injured reserve Monday.
This means that, when healthy, Lashoff is expected to make his return with AHL Grand Rapids, as opposed to the Red Wings. However, with the injuries Detroit has on defense right now, if the American defenseman gets healthy enough soon he might get a cup of coffee in the NHL.
Lashoff (undisclosed) was skated at the AHL Grand Rapids practice rink Friday, though he has been diagnosed with a torn ACL, Rachel Anderson of Wings Nation reports.
Lashoff's injury mysteriously sprung up on the depth chart earlier in September and now the reason behind it has been revealed. It's unclear if he will play through the injury to begin the season, but it's safe to assume his campaign will commence with Grand Rapids when he's ready.
Lashoff is marked as injured on Detroit's official training camp roster. At this time, the nature and extent of his injury is unknown.
The 28-year-old has only appeared in six games over the last two seasons and only 123 over five years of NHL service time. He'll be re-evaluated ahead of the Sept. 19 preseason opener against the visiting Penguins.
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