Stanley scored a goal in Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Flames.
Stanley's first NHL tally tied the game at 2-2 in the second period. The rookie blueliner hasn't exactly lit up the scoresheet this season, with two points, 36 shots on net, a plus-9 rating and 13 PIM in 23 contests. Stanley's seen limited action on the third pairing, so fantasy managers can easily overlook the first-round pick from 2016.
Stanley was promoted to the active roster and will play Wednesday versus the Canadiens, Mitchell Clinton of JetsTV reports.
Stanley continues to shuffle between the taxi squad and the active roster. He has one assist in 16 games this year, mainly in a third-pairing role.
Stanley was designated for the taxi squad Tuesday, per CapFriendly.
Stanley has played in three straight games for the Jets, recording an assist, four shots on net, three hits and three blocked shots.
Stanley recorded an assist and two blocked shots in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Maple Leafs.
Stanley was promoted from the taxi squad to play on the Jets' third pairing Saturday. He delivered his first NHL point, an assist on Paul Stastny's second-period tally. Stanley has added a plus-8 rating, 21 shots on net and 12 blocked shots in 15 appearances.
Stanley was sent to the taxi squad Friday, CapFriendly reports.
Stanley skated in Thursday's game against Toronto, his first NHL appearance since Feb. 13. He has a plus-7 rating but he has yet to score a point through 14 games this season.
Stanley was promoted to the active roster Thursday.
Stanley's promotion comes as Nathan Beaulieu (upper body) was placed on injured reserve in a corresponding move. In order to get into the lineup, Stanley will have to edge out Sami Niku for Beaulieu's spot. Regardless of who plays, neither player figures to offer much in the way of fantasy value as a third-pairing blueliner.
Stanley was assigned to the taxi squad Tuesday.
Stanley hasn't played in the Jets' last seven games. The 22-year-old can practice and travel with the team as he continues his development, but he'll need to move to the active roster before playing his next NHL game.
Stanley was promoted to the active roster Monday, per CBS Sports.
Stanley didn't play in Monday's 4-0 loss to the Canucks. He'll likely compete with Sami Niku for playing time going forward. Stanley has no points, 21 shots on net and a plus-7 rating in 13 appearances.
Stanley was reassigned to the taxi squad Sunday, CBS Sports reports.
Stanley hasn't been in the lineup with the Jets since Feb. 13 and has spent most of his time with the taxi squad since then. He's plus-7 but hasn't scored a point in 13 games this season. Stanley is mostly a depth body at this stage.
Stanley was promoted to the active roster ahead of Saturday's game versus the Canadiens.
In a corresponding move, Tucker Poolman (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve. Stanley has played 13 games this year without a point, but he's added 21 shots on net, 10 blocked shots and a plus-7 rating.
The Jets demoted Stanley to the taxi squad Sunday.
Stanley has played all but one game with the big club this season, so his demotion is likely a cap-saving measure by the Jets. The 22-year-old has gone pointless while racking up 21 shots and a plus-7 rating through 13 games this year. It's likely that he'll be activated back to the active roster for Monday's game against Edmonton.
Stanley has been promoted to the active roster and will play in Saturday's game against the Canucks.
Stanley has appeared in six games with the Jets this season, going scoreless while posting a plus-3 rating and averaging 11:49 of ice time per contest. He's expected to skate on Winnipeg's third pairing Saturday.
Stanley was returned to the taxi squad Wednesday.
Stanley played in the Jets' last six contests in which he registered 12 shots, six blocks and four hits while averaging just 11:49 of ice time. It's possible Stanley's demotion was simply a paper move to save cap space, though it could be an indication Sami Niku or Ville Heinola will play against Vancouver on Saturday in Stanley's stead.
Stanely was promoted from the taxi squad to the active roster Sunday.
Stanley was a healthy scratch for Thursday's game against Calgary before being sent back down to the taxi squad. The 22-year-old defenseman figures to bounce between the active roster and taxi squad quite a bit this season.
Stanley was reassigned to the taxi squad Friday.
Stanley was just elevated to the 23-man roster ahead of Thursday's tilt against Calgary, a game in which he was stuck watching from the press box. With Dylan DeMelo (personal) likely available versus Toronto on Monday, Stanley's stint on the taxi squad could be a little longer this time, though he figures to be a frequent mover between designations.
Stanley was elevated from the taxi squad Thursday, Mike McIntyre of the Winnipeg Free Press reports.
Stanley will provide emergency depth after Dylan DeMelo (personal) was ruled out against Calgary on Thursday. Still, Stanley isn't expected to jump into the lineup in DeMelo's stead, as that honor will fall to Sami Niku. At this point, it's hard to see a clear path to minutes for Stanley this season, which makes him a low-end fantasy option.
Stanley (undisclosed) was named to Winnipeg's taxi squad ahead of Thursday's home opener against the Flames.
Stanley has immense potential as the Jets' 18th overall pick from the 2016 draft, but he struggled as a second-year pro with AHL Manitoba last season, adding just three goals, seven assists and a minus-17 rating through 44 contests. Of course, Stanley is a tank at 6-foot-7 and 228 pounds, so he could prove to be a key defensive component once he gains more experience.
Stanley (undisclosed) will not be in the lineup against Calgary on Monday in Game 2, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports.
Stanley was included on the training camp roster but failed to join the club when it traveled to Edmonton. At this point, Stanley will be looking ahead to the 2020-21 campaign.
Stanley was added to the Jets' training camp roster but wasn't on the ice for Monday's practice, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports.
Even if Stanley was available, there was little chance he was going to suit up against the Flames in the best-of-five play-in series. With just 10 points in 44 contests this past season, the 22-year-old blueliner may have to spend another year developing his game in the minors prior to getting a shot at the 23-man roster.
Stanley was reassigned to AHL Manitoba on Friday.
Stanley was a candidate to serve as a replacement for Dustin Byfuglien (personal), but will instead begin the year in the minors. A strong camp from Villie Heinola evidently made Stanley expendable. The 21-year-old notched 22 points in 73 games with AHL Manitoba last year and will be a candidate to earn a call-up in 2019-20.
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