Comrie was snatched off the waiver wire by the Jets on Thursday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports, and he was designated for the taxi squad.
Since being waived by Winnipeg in September 2019, Comrie has moved from Arizona to Detroit, back to Winnipeg, then to New Jersey before finally returning to the Jets. Despite the organization's clear interest in having him in the system, Comrie will continue to serve as the No. 3 option, at best, for the Jets behind Connor Hellebuyck and Laurent Brossoit.
Comrie was waived by the Devils on Wednesday, Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic reports.
MacKenzie Blackwood and Scott Wedgewood are locked in as New Jersey's top-two options in goal, so Comrie will likely head to the Devils' taxi squad if he passes through waivers unclaimed. The 25-year-old backstop has started one game this season, turning aside 30 of 33 shots en route to a 5-3 win over the Sabres on Jan. 31.
Comrie cleared the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Sunday, Corey Masisak of The Athletic reports.
Comrie is expected to slot in as the Devils' taxi-squad goalie once they're able to play again. He could challenge Scott Wedgewood for the backup job as well.
Comrie was placed in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Sunday, Corey Masisak of The Athletic reports.
Sami Vatanen cleared the league's protocol, so the Devils still have 16 players on the list. It's unclear when they'll retake the ice. Once they're back, MacKenzie Blackwood will take over as the starter, and Comrie likely will head to the taxi squad.
Comrie made 30 saves in Sunday's 5-3 win over the Sabres.
The 25-year-old collected his third career win in the NHL, and his first since March of 2018 when he was a Jet. Comrie had yet to see any action as the Devils' No. 2 netminder prior to Sunday, but with MacKenzie Blackwood (COVID-19 protocols) still lacking a timetable for his return, he could begin to cut into Scott Wedgewood's playing time given the latter's mediocre numbers (2.80 GAA, .901 save percentage in five games) in the starting role.
Comrie will tend the road twine in Sunday's game against the Sabres, Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News reports.
In the latter half of back-to-back games, Comrie will make his first start for the Devils. The 25-year-old netminder played three games for the Red Wings last year and posted an .864 save percentage, but he was quite good in the minors with a .918 save percentage over 16 contests. The Sabres sit at 4-3-2 and have averaged 3.0 goals per game this season.
Comrie (COVID-19 protocol) was added to the Devils' roster Wednesday.
Comrie's addition to the team's NHL roster suggests he has cleared COVID-19 protocols and resolved his immigration issues. He'll compete with Scott Wedgewood for the scraps left over behind MacKenzie Blackwood, who is cementing his spot as a high-quality NHL starter in net.
Comrie was placed in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Friday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports.
Comrie was already on injured reserve due to immigration issues. There's no indication of when he'll be available next. Scott Wedgewood will continue to serve as MacKenzie Blackwood's backup for the time being.
Comrie (immigration) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, per TSN.
Comrie was picked up on waivers from the Jets, but he will need to sort out his visa paperwork in accordance with switching teams. While Comrie is inactive, Scott Wedgewood will serve as MacKenzie Blackwood's primary backup.
Comrie was picked up off the waiver wire by New Jersey from Winnipeg on Tuesday, Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic reports.
Following the surprise retirement of Corey Crawford, it shouldn't come as a shock to see the Devils in the goaltending market. Unless the team wants to carry three netminders on the Opening Night roster, this likely means that Scott Wedgewood will be demoted to the taxi squad with Comrie serving as the No. 2 behind MacKenzie Blackwood.
Comrie was waived by the Jets on Monday, Rick Ralph of TSN 1290 Winnipeg reports.
Assuming he clears, Comrie figures to be placed on the taxi squad so that he can be brought into the squad at any point if Connor Hellebuyck or Laurent Brossoit picks up an injury. In 16 outings for the Moose last year, Comrie posted a 6-9-0 record and .918 save percentage.
Comrie joined the Jets for the start of Phase 3 training camp Monday, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports.
Comrie figures to be third on the organizational depth chart, at best, heading into the postseason, so pool entrants won't want to waste a spot on the netminder. With Laurent Brossoit out of contract this offseason, the club could opt to go with Comrie as the No. 2 behind Connor Hellebuyck next year.
The Jets put Comrie on waivers Saturday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
Comrie didn't see any action with Winnipeg after the club claimed him off waivers Dec. 19 and will now go through waivers again. If he goes without a claim, Comrie will presumably wind up in the AHL ranks.
Comrie was snatached off waivers by the Jets from the Red Wings on Thursday.
Comrie was originally selected by Winnipeg with the 59th overall pick in the 2013 NHL Draft and appeared in five games for the club. The Jets lost Comrie to the Coyotes before the start of the season when they tried to move him to the minors and now jumped at the opportunity to bring the netminder back into the fold.
Detroit placed Comrie on waivers Wednesday, Sportsnets' Chris Johnston reports.
Jimmy Howard (groin) should be ready to return Saturday against Toronto, so the Red Wings are no longer in need of Comrie's services as a backup netminder. As long as he clears waivers, the 24-year-old will be assigned to AHL Grand Rapids.
Comrie allowed four goals on 32 shots in Sunday's 4-2 loss to the Kings.
Comrie was making his second start since joining the Red Wings and has given up nine goal goals on 62 shots in those two outings. That's an .855 save percentage and that's not good. With Jimmy Howard out due to a lower-body injury, Comrie will continue to spell Jonathan Bernier on occasion for the foreseeable future.
Comrie will guard the home cage for Sunday's tilt against the Kings, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
Comrie will make his second start with the Red Wings after coughing up five goals on 30 shots against Winnipeg on Dec. 10. The 24-year-old netminder owns a 4.24 GAA and .867 save percentage in seven career NHL appearances. He should be largely ignored in most fantasy formats.
Comrie stopped 25 of 30 shots in Tuesday's 5-1 loss to the Jets.
A member of the Winnipeg organization the previous three seasons, Comrie was acquired by Detroit from Arizona earlier this month. Tuesday marked his first start with his new team and it did not go well. Three Detroit goals in the final three-plus minutes of the second period turned a 1-1 game into a 4-1 lead. The 24-year-old will largely work behind Jonathan Bernier while Jimmy Howard is out with his lower-body injury.
Comrie will be in goal for Tuesday's road game versus the Jets, Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Comrie made a brief relief appearance during Detroit's last game but will start in Winnipeg on Tuesday. Comrie was a part of the Jets' organization the past three seasons before joining the Red Wings in 2019-20, so the 24-year-old netminder will be extra motivated facing his old team.
Comrie will sync up with his new Red Wings teammates Monday, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
Khan adds that Comrie will serve as the primary backup behind Jonathan Bernier -- at least until Jimmy Howard (lower body) returns from a soft-tissue injury that is not deemed significant. Pried away from the Coyotes in exchange for defenseman Vili Saarijarvi, Comrie was not actually utilized by Arizona, though he did maintain a perfect record to go with a 2.75 GAA and .900 save percentage over four appearances with AHL Tucson.