Scott was released from Columbus' training camp roster Monday, Blue Jackets team reporter Jeff Svoboda reports.
After he didn't receive a qualifying offer from the Jackets in October, the writing was on the wall for Scott's future with the organization. The 25-year-old, who scored 38 goals and 80 points in 242 AHL games over the last four seasons, may need to head overseas if he wants to continue his career.
Scott will not receive a qualifying offer from the Blue Jackets, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.
Scott has spent the previous four years playing with AHL Cleveland but was unable to break his way into the NHL. Given his lack of NHL experience, Scott should be a long shot to secure an NHL deal in the future.
The Blue Jackets reassigned Scott to AHL Cleveland on Friday.
Scott's demotion indicates Brandon Dubinsky (wrist) may be nearing a return. The 24-year-old forward failed to crack the lineup during his brief stay with the big club and won't have any fantasy value in 2019-20.
The Blue Jackets recalled Scott from AHL Cleveland on an emergency basis Wednesday, Blue Jackets team reporter Jeff Svoboda reports.
Scott was deep on the organization's depth chart, but the big club currently has seven forwards dealing with injuries. The 24-year-old Scott has produced 14 points through 33 AHL games, and he could make his NHL debut Thursday versus the Bruins.
Scott signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Blue Jackets on Wednesday, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.
Scott has struggled to make a name for himself in the minors, and he registered 13 goals along with 11 assists last year with the Cleveland Monsters, where he figures to spend the majority of the upcoming season.
Scott has received a qualifying offer from the Blue Jackets, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.
Scott hasn't been able to break into the NHL since turning pro in 2016-17, and he hasn't been overly impressive in the minors, either, totaling 68 points in 206 appearances. The 23-year-old forward will likely once again spend the majority of the upcoming campaign with AHL Cleveland.
Scott was sent back to AHL Cleveland on Sunday.
Scott was recalled just Friday and didn't draw into the lineup for Saturday's contest against the Panthers. Although he's enjoyed some success with OHL Barrie, he remains at best a borderline NHL option. He will now return to AHL Cleveland, where he owns just six points over 16 games this season.
Scott was recalled from AHL Cleveland on Friday.
Scott's call-up was necessitated by winger Matt Calvert (upper body) getting placed on injured reserve. Now 21 years old, Scott wasn't drafted by an NHL club but showed marked improvement in each subsequent campaign with the OHL's Barrie Colts between 2012-16. In his final season there, the Ontario native amassed 28 goals, 37 assists, and a plus-32 rating before signing as a free agent with the Blue Jackets this summer. He's yet to make an appearance at hockey's highest level.
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