Edmonton assigned Quine to AHL Bakersfield on Saturday.
The Oilers needed to send Quine down in order to make room for Joakim Nygard on their taxi squad. The 27-year-old forward only picked up one goal in nine games with Calgary last campaign and will likely continue to bounce between levels throughout the 2020-21 season, so there's no reason for virtual managers to track his status.
Quine was placed on waivers Monday.
Quine joined the Oilers on a one-year contract in October. He was primarily a minor-league option over the last two seasons with the Flames' AHL affiliate in Stockton, and he figures to see a similar role with AHL Bakersfield in 2020-21.
Quine signed a one-year, $750,000 contract with the Oilers on Friday.
Quine spent the last two seasons with Calgary but mainly played in the minors. The 27-year-old will get a fresh start in Edmonton, but he'll be on the bubble to make the NHL roster once again. Over 106 NHL games, Quine has posted 10 goals and 18 assists.
Quine recorded an assist in Friday's 2-0 win over the Stars in Game 3.
Quine had the primary helper on T.J. Brodie's third-period tally. The 27-year-old Quine made his first playoff appearance due to Matthew Tkachuk's absence with an undisclosed injury. Quine skated just 6:13 in Game 3 -- even if he remains in the lineup going forward, he'll have an extremely limited role on the fourth line.
The Flames reassigned Quine to AHL Stockton on Sunday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
The 26-year-old didn't quite make an impression in his time with the big club, racking up just one goal in nine games while averaging 9:48 of ice time in that span. In his Quine's stead, the team recalled Dillion Dube, and he's expected to slot into the lineup for Sunday's game against Vegas.
Quine has been held off the scoresheet in five November appearances.
Quine served as a healthy scratch in Wednesday's 3-1 loss to the Stars, with Michael Frolik replacing him in the lineup. Quine has just a goal in nine contests this year. He's one of those in-between players -- perhaps too good for the AHL but not quite strong enough to make an impact in the NHL. The 26-year-old had five points in four games with AHL Stockton prior to being called up after Austin Czarnik suffered a lower-body injury.
Quine scored a goal on his only shot and had two PIM in Thursday's 6-5 overtime win versus Nashville.
Quine's goal tied the game at 4-4 with 3:21 left in the third period, although the teams would still trade goals in the final two minutes before heading to overtime. It was Quine's first point in three games since being recalled from the AHL on Oct. 25. He played a team-low 8:32 on Thursday and doesn't figure to have a prominent role going forward.
Quine was recalled from the AHL by the Flames on Friday.
Quine will fill the roster spot vacated by Austin Czarnik's (lower body) placement on injured reserve. With 13 healthy forwards on Calgary's roster, it's unclear whether Quine will sit in the press box or crack the lineup Saturday in Winnipeg, though the former outcome is more likely.
The Flames reassigned Quine to AHL Stockton on Tuesday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
Quine appeared in one contest during his brief stay with the big club, going scoreless while firing three shots on goal in 9:50 of ice time against the Ducks on Sunday. The 26-year-old will continue to bounce between the AHL and NHL throughout the campaign, but he won't have any fantasy value this year.
The Flames recalled Quine from AHL Stockton on Sunday, Kristen Anderson of The Calgary Sun reports.
The Flames are already without Andrew Mangiapane who suffered an undisclosed injury Thursday, and coach Bill Peters alluded to other potential injuries to their squad. Quine has yet to suit up in NHL action this season, but he put up five points in 25 games at the NHL level last campaign. If there are other injuries to the forward group, Quine could slot into the lineup as early as Sunday against the Ducks.
Quine was waived by the Flames on Monday, Derek Wills of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
Quine excelled with AHL Stockton last season, recording 52 points in 41 games while also registering five points in 13 contests with the Flames. He provides organization depth as a versatile forward who can slot in to the parent club's roster when necessary.
Quine was issued a qualifying offer from Calgary on Tuesday.
Quine's playing time was inconsistent last season, suiting up in just 13 games and collecting five points in that span. The winger will receive a two-way offer worth $735,000 at both the NHL and AHL level for next season.
Quine has skated in only two of the Flames' six games since his March 10 recall from AHL Stockton.
He's primarily at the NHL level for depth and security, with the ability to slot into the bottom six as necessary. Quine has 52 points in 41 AHL games this season, but only three goals and a helper in 11 appearances in the NHL. His usage when he does play is limited, as he's averaged only 8:54 per game.
Quine was promoted from AHL Stockton on Sunday.
The 26-year-old was able to receive the call up after an outstanding time in the AHL, racking up 52 points in 41 games. In nine games with the parent club, Quine notched four points in nine games including a power-play tally this campaign. It's unclear whether or not Quine will suit up in Sunday's home contest against Vegas.
The Flames reassigned Quine to AHL Stockton on Friday.
Quine's demotion suggests Andrew Mangiapane (undisclosed) may be closing in on a return to action. The 25-year-old forward will return to a prominent role with AHL Stockton, where he's racked up six goals and 19 points in 15 appearances this season.
Quine scored two goals, one on the power play, in Sunday's 7-2 win over the Blues.
The tally with the man advantage was the final goal of the game, and the 25-year-old isn't suddenly a regular member of the Flames' power-play units. Still, Quine has taken full advantage of his limited ice time since being called up from AHL Stockton, scoring three goals and four points in five games, and he's playing well enough to stick around even after the Calgary roster gets a bit healthier.
The Flames recalled Quine from AHL Stockton on Saturday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.
The Flames only had 11 eligible forwards at their disposal prior to Quine's promotion, so he'll likely draw into the lineup immediately against the Predators on Saturday. The 25-year-old has been productive in the minors this season, racking up six goals and 19 points in 15 appearances.
Quine was waived by the Flames on Wednesday, TSN reports.
The twice-drafted centerman has accumulated 22 points (six goals, 16 assists) through 84 games, but such efforts were provided to the Islanders, for whom he's no longer contracted. Assuming he clears waivers, he'll get a fresh start in the Flames' minor-league system.
Quine signed a contract with the Flames on Sunday, Wes Gilbertson of the Calgary Sun reports. According to CapFriendly, this is a one-year deal valued at $650,000.
Formerly with the Islanders, Quine is a bottom-six center who has produced 22 points (six goals, 16 assists) over 84 career contests. This is a low-key signing for the Flames.
Quine stated Sunday that he is fully healthy after missing the last 28 games of the season due to "nagging injuries", Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
In the 21 games that Quine played, he only had three assists along with a minus-2 rating. When he was in the lineup, it was almost always as a third-line player with little to no power-play time. It is unlikely that will change next season.
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