Street was reassigned to AHL Binghamton on Friday.
Street has yet to appear in an NHL contest this season and will likely spend most of the campaign in the minors or on the taxi squad.
Street was promoted to the Devils' taxi squad from AHL Binghamton on Thursday.
Street has yet to crack New Jersey's lineup this season and isn't expected to do so Thursday against the Sharks, either. He picked up one helper in three NHL appearances last campaign.
Street was waived by the Devils on Monday, Corey Masisak of The Athletic reports.
Street will likely spend the majority of the season on New Jersey's taxi squad or in the AHL. The 33-year-old forward has just played just 59 NHL games, having spent the majority of his career bouncing around the AHL.
Street penned a one-year, two-way contract with New Jersey on Wednesday.
Street saw action in just three games for the Devils this season, notching one assist, four shots and three hits while averaging 8:08 of ice time. The University of Wisconsin product spent the bulk of the 2019-20 campaign in the minors with AHL Binghamton (15 goals and 27 helpers). Despite his solid numbers in the minors, the 33-year-old veteran has logged a mere 59 games over seven years in the NHL. Fantasy players should expect Street to continue featuring heavily in the minors next year, as well.
The Devils reinstated Street (upper body) from injured reserve Tuesday and assigned him to AHL Binghamton.
Street had been sidelined since Jan. 9 with the upper-body injury. Even though the 32-year-old is healthy again, he doesn't have a full-time role waiting for him on the Devils' third or fourth line, so he'll move back to the minors to play regularly.
Street (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Saturday.
Street's injured reserve designation is retroactive to Jan. 9, so he will miss at least the next three games. The 32-year-old forward has one assist in three games at the NHL level this season.
Street dished out an assist and launched a shot on net in Tuesday's loss to the Islanders.
It was Street's second game with the big club, and he nearly scored in the first period on a no-look shot directed at Thomas Greiss. Just a few shifts later, the 32-year-old notched his first NHL point of the campaign with a secondary assist on P.K. Subban's goal. Whether Street can secure a long-term role at the top level remains to be seen, but he'll stick around as long as Jack Hughes (upper body) and Jesper Bratt (undisclosed) are sidelined.
Street had three shots on goal and won five of nine face-offs (55 percent) in his season debut against Colorado on Saturday.
The 32-year-old pivot continues to try to fulfill his NHL dream. He has just 57 games since 2012-13 and they've been accumulated with the Flames, Avalanche, Red Wings, Ducks and now the Devils. There's no fantasy value here, but you have to pull for Street.
The Devils recalled Street from AHL Binghamton on Saturday.
Street hasn't played an NHL game in over a year, but he continues to be dominant in the AHL ranks. Over 33 games this season, he's compiled 13 goals and 20 assists, and he's earned a spot on the AHL All-Star team. Street will enter the lineup Saturday against the Avalanche if Jesper Bratt (undisclosed) can't go.
Street signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Devils on Monday, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
The deal is worth $750,000 at the NHL level, and $425,000 at the AHL level, with the latter more likely for Street's future. He will provide solid organizational depth for the Devils, but Street also put up five points in 21 NHL games with the Ducks last season. Expect the 32-year-old to start in the minors next season, but be one of the first call-ups should the team get hit with injuries.
The Ducks demoted Street to AHL San Diego on Wednesday, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports.
Street joined the Ducks on Monday as a potential replacement in the lineup Wednesday, but his services will no longer be needed following news that Rickard Rakell (ankle) is ready to rejoin the lineup. The veteran winger has contributed five points over 21 games this season, but he will return to the minors to provide organizational depth for the time being.
Street was recalled from AHL San Diego on Monday, Elliott Teaford of The OC Register reports.
Street has five points in 21 games with the Ducks this season, but he's barely played with the big club since the beginning of November. As such, it wouldn't be surprising if the 31-year-old is a healthy scratch while he's up, and he may return to the AHL pretty quickly.
Street was demoted to AHL San Diego on Sunday, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Street has three goals and five points in 21 games with Anaheim this year, but was sent back to the AHL with Rickard Rakell (ankle) expected back from injured reserve. The 31-year-old had 65 points in 73 games with AHL Grand Rapids last season and should be on the shortlist for call-ups in the event of another Ducks injury.
Street was placed on waivers for the third time this season, Stephen Whyno of the Associated Press reports.
Considering the previous two times the Ducks waived Street he was kept in the NHL, that may be the case again, as the team is probably just keeping its options open in terms of roster flexibility. Until the center is actually moved to the minors, he will need to be waived about once a month to maintain the ability to ship him down in case a roster spot is needed.
Street remains in the NHL with the Ducks, despite being exposed to waivers Thursday, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Street proved to be a dependable injury filler to start the season, as he picked up three goals and five points to complement a plus-2 rating over the first eight games, but the B.C. native was held pointless with a minus-6 value in 10 subsequent contests. Street is at his best when his role is clearly defined, but that hasn't been the case lately.
Street was designated for waivers by the Ducks on Thursday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
After being placed on waivers Oct. 31, Street stayed up in the NHL long enough to require he go back on waivers in order to move him down to the minors. The natural center has appeared in just one of the team's last nine contests, in which he tallied one shot and one block in 11:23 of ice time. By demoting Street, the club has room on the roster to potentially activate Hampus Lindholm (lower body) off injured reserve.
Street, who was waived by the Ducks on Wednesday, is in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Rangers.
The Ducks placed Street on waivers Wednesday, but evidently decided to keep him on the active roster for Thursday's contest. Street will slot into a bottom-six role against New York.
The Ducks placed Street on waivers Wednesday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
Street's placement on waivers likely signifies that at least one of the Ducks' numerous injured forwards will be ready to retake the ice Thursday against the Rangers. The veteran has performed rather well in his brief stay with Anaheim, logging five points -- three goals and two assists -- in addition to 11 hits and six blocked shots over 12 games. If he winds up unclaimed through waivers, Street would presumably be headed back to AHL San Diego.
Street came up with the game-tying goal in Sunday's 3-2 road win over the Blues.
Defenseman Josh Manson rifled a shot from the point that Street was able to get some lumber on for his second career goal. Just when we thought Street's career was at a dead end -- he'd been scoreless over 35 career games between three different NHL clubs ahead of this season -- the 31-year-old center has made the uphill climb toward a meaningful fourth-line role with the Ducks. Street is up to three points through six games, and he should continue to see action at the top level since Anaheim is currently dealing with injuries to seven of its forwards.
Street scored a goal and fired four shots on net in Wednesday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Coyotes.
Street caught a long stretch pass from Marcus Pettersson and fired a wrister over Antti Raanta's right shoulder to tie the game at two in the second period. It was Street's first NHL goal in his 39th game. The 31-year-old now has two points in the first four games of this season, and he's proven to be valuable on the penalty kill as well.
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