The Coyotes returned Garland to AHL Tucson on Tuesday, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports.
Garland will return to Tucson to assist the Roadrunners as they make a push for the postseason. The 23-year-old winger racked up just 18 points through 47 contests at the NHL level this season, but he had much more success in the minors, notching more than a point per game over 18 tilts with the Roadrunners.
Garland scored a goal on seven shots in Thursday's 4-1 win over the Golden Knights.
Garland has 13 goals and 18 points in 46 games this year, as well as 118 shots. The fifth-round pick from 2015 has picked up six of his points with the man advantage, and he makes for an interesting option to stash in dynasty formats despite currently skating on the Coyotes' fourth line.
Garland picked up an assist and added three hits in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Oilers on Saturday.
The rookie had gone through a cold spell, but factored into the setup on Alex Galchenyuk's second goal of the night. Garland has been moderately successful with 12 goals and 16 points in 40 games this season. The fifth-round pick from 2015 has shown a willingness to shoot, with 101 shots this year, but entering the night, he averaged only 12:40 per game. He may be worth a look in DFS play on light nights, but there are likely better budget options on the wing.
Garland inked a two-year contract extension with Arizona on Wednesday
Garland registered 12 goals and three assists, including six power-play points, in 36 games since being called up from the minors in early December. While his even-strength role has been in the bottom-six much of the time, the winger's inclusion on the power play, where he is averaging 2:29 of ice time, gives him solid mid-range (bordering on top end) fantasy value.
Garland scored his ninth goal of the season Wednesday in a 2-1 loss to Montreal.
Garland enters the All-Star break with 12 points, highlighted by his nine goals. The 25-year-old rookie enjoyed a quality January, registering eight of his 12 total points in 11 games, and he will now get to enjoy an extended rest. Arizona's next game comes Feb. 2 in San Jose.
Garland scored two power-play goals, including the game-winner, on five shots in a 3-2 victory against the Oilers on Saturday.
The rookie has really turned it on lately with six goals in the last four games. Half of them have come on the power play, and two of his six goals were of the game-winning variety. He now has eight goals and 10 points with a plus-5 rating in 17 career NHL games. This success obviously won't continue, but the rookie appears to have a bright future in the league.
Garland scored two goals, one on the power play, in Sunday's 5-0 win over the Rangers.
The 25-year-old rookie camped out in front of the New York net whenever he could and got rewarded for his persistence -- his first tally came when he deftly redirected an Oliver Ekman-Larsson point shot, while the second caromed in off his posterior. He had a slow start to his NHL career, but Garland now has five goals and seven points in his last eight contests and has seen more than three minutes of ice time with the man advantage in three of his last four games -- numbers which should make him a priority add in almost every fantasy format.
Garland was promoted from AHL Tucson on Thursday.
Garland is moving between leagues for the fifth time in December, so at this point, the winger probably doesn't even bother to unpack his suitcase. The health of Vinnie Hinostroza (lower body) will likely determine whether Garland or fellow call-up Michael Bunting slots into the lineup against the Kings on Thursday.
Garland was sent down to AHL Tucson on Monday.
Garland's demotion comes on the heels of him scoring goals in both his team's last two games. Despite finding the back of the net in consecutive contests, the 22-year-old fell victim to the numbers game and will return to the minors where he's enjoyed a ton of success in 2018-19. Garland has posted eight goals and 19 points in 18 games with AHL Tucson this year.
Garland was summoned from AHL Tucson on Thursday.
Garland shifted to the minors Wednesday in a procedural move that corresponded to the Christmas roster freeze. The Coyotes have several forwards on injured reserve, so we fully expect that Garland will suit up for Thursday's home game against the Habs. He's registered 16 empty shots on goal through six games, but otherwise hasn't produced any offense for a team that is predictably near the basement of the Pacific Division standings at 14-17-2.
Garland was reassigned to AHL Tucson on Wednesday.
Considering the Coyotes don't have a healthy forward available to slot in for Garland, his demotion could be related to the roster freeze and the lifting of the 23-man limit. If that is the case, the winger figures to be called up ahead of Thursday's matchup with Montreal.
Garland was recalled from AHL Tucson on Monday.
The 22-year-old Garland leads AHL Tucson with eight goals and 19 points in 18 games this season. However, the 2015 fifth-round pick has yet to appear in an NHL contest.
The Coyotes assigned Garland (upper body) to AHL Tuscon on Friday.
Garland sustained an upper-body injury during training camp, but his demotion to the minors suggests he's no longer dealing with that issue. The 22-year-old forward will likely remain with AHL Tuscon for most of the 2018-19 campaign.
The Coyotes placed Garland (upper body) on the injured non-roster list Tuesday, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports.
Garland will stick with the big club until he's healthy, at which point he'll be assigned to Arizona's minor-league affiliate. The 22-year-old American totaled eight goals and 27 points in 55 AHL contests last campaign.
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