The Golden Knights recalled Roy from AHL Chicago on Sunday, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
This will be the second stint with the big club this season, as the first one ended without playing a game. Roy's promotion brings the forward group to 13, so it's likely the youngster will serve as a depth forward. He's yet to earn a point in his NHL career.
Roy was sent down to AHL Chicago on Friday, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Roy hasn't cracked the lineup for any of the Golden Knights' four games this season. He served as depth with Cody Eakin and Alex Tuch both out with undisclosed injuries. Eakin's likely the closest to returning, which is why Roy has been sent to the minors.
The Golden Knights recalled Roy from AHL Chicago on Wednesday.
Roy originally didn't survive the last round of roster cuts getting sent down Tuesday, but with Cody Eakin (undisclosed) and Alex Tuch (undisclosed) starting the season on IR, Roy made the jump up. It's unlikely that the 22-year-old will make his Golden Knights debut Wednesday, but he could certainly find his way into the lineup for Friday nights game against San Jose.
Roy was assigned to AHL Chicago on Tuesday, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Roy couldn't make it past the Golden Knights' final cuts, and he'll look to fine-tune his game in the minors. The 22-year-old wasn't a major scorer with AHL Charlotte last year, posting 17 goals and 36 points through 69 games, but he picked it up in the Calder Cup playoffs with 15 points in 19 contests. If injuries occur with the big club, Roy could be a top call-up.
The Hurricanes traded Roy and a conditional 2021 fifth-round pick to the Golden Knights on Wednesday in exchange for Erik Haula (lower body), Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Roy made a brief six-game appearance with the Hurricanes during 2018-19, but he's still awaiting his first point at the NHL level. The 22-year-old pivot dominated the QMJHL ranks in 2016-17 before moving on to the AHL for the majority of the last couple seasons. He finished last season with 36 points (17 goals and 19 assists) over 69 contests and will likely be given a shot to crack the Golden Knights' Opening Night roster.
Roy was demoted to the minors Wednesday.
Roy was pointless in six games with the Hurricanes and will return to AHL Charlotte, where -- prior to his promotion -- the 21-year-old had recorded five goals and seven points in six games.
Roy was recalled by the Hurricanes on Tuesday.
Roy played one game for the Canes last season, logging 10:46 while dishing out two hits and recording a minus-1 rating. The 21-year-old has been mediocre in minors, compiling 38 points in 70 games for AHL Charlotte last year, but he already has five goals and two assists in six contests this campaign. Expect him to slot into the bottom six if they decide to play him Friday against the Sharks.
Roy was sent down to AHL Charlotte on Sunday, per the official TSN transaction log.
The only NHL action Roy had in 2017-18 was during Carolina's finale Saturday against Tampa Bay, and although he logged two hits and one shot on goal in 10:46 of ice time, he wasn't able to record a point. Roy's known for his checking and power-forward playing style and will help AHL Charlotte in its quest for the Calder Cup.
Roy was recalled from AHL Charlotte on Friday, Chip Alexander of The Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Roy totaled 37 points -- 10 goals and 27 assists-- over 68 games with the Checkers this season and could have an opportunity to make his NHL debut in the regular-season finale against the Lightning. His promotion may also suggest he's among the top names closest to the NHL, so expect the 21-year-old pivot to battle for an Opening Night roster spot in the fall.
Roy (concussion) will tag into the lineup for Wednesday's exhibition contest against the visiting Oilers, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.
A highly touted junior prospect, Roy accumulated 170 points in 116 games with the Chicoutimi Sagueneens over the last two seasons. He sustained a concussion earlier in training camp, but that issue appears to be in the past now.
Roy (concussion) was on the ice for a second consecutive practice Wednesday, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Roy, a prospect at the junior level, is going through concussion protocol. Last season, he fashioned 36 goals and 44 assists with the Chicotimi Sagueneens of the QMJHL, then maintained above a point-per-game average in the playoffs.
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