Bow signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Stars on Friday, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Bow did not receive a qualifying offer earlier in October, but he was able to negotiate a deal to remain in the Stars' organization. The 25-year-old goalie went 12-11-3 with a 3.31 GAA and an .895 save percentage in 30 appearances with AHL Texas last season. Fantasy managers shouldn't give Bow much consideration, as he is fourth on the Stars' netminding depth chart, at best. He'll most likely challenge Jake Oettinger for playing time in the minors next season.
The Stars will not extend Bow a qualifying offer, so he'll become a free agent Friday, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.
The Stars have Jake Oettinger, a 2017 first-round pick, in the prospect pipeline at goalie, so there's really no reason for the organization to keep Bow around. The 25-year-old backstop has been subpar in the AHL over the past two campaigns, posting a save percentage below .900 in each of the last two seasons, so it remains to be seen how much interest he'll garner on the open market.
Bow will start in goal for the first two periods of Tuesday's exhibition matchup with the Blues, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Bow only appeared in two games last season, making 18 of 19 possible saves over his short time on the ice. The 24-year-old spent most of his time last season with AHL Texas, where he went 24-15-5 over 46 appearances while posting a 2.89 GAA and .893 save percentage.
Bow will start in goal for the first two periods of Tuesday's exhibition matchup with Minnesota, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Bow saw very limited action at the top level last season, as he only appeared in two games, making 18 of 19 possible saves over his short time on the ice. The Stars didn't waste any time this offseason getting the 24-year-old under contract to provide depth behind Ben Bishop and Anton Khudobin.
Bow signed a one-year, two-way contract extension with the Stars on Monday.
The Stars didn't waste any time getting Bow under contract as an insurance option behind Ben Bishop and Anton Khudobin. A towering backstop listed at 6-foot-5, Bow is looking to gain more experience at the top level, as he's only made a pair of top-level appearances to date. Certainly, the Canadian is on the right track in his development, but fantasy owners might be put off by the 2.89 GAA and .893 save percentage that Bow carried through 46 games for AHL Texas last year.
Bow was issued a qualifying offer from the Stars on Tuesday.
Bow was solid in is two appearances at the NHL level while starter Ben Bishop dealt with injury, going without a decision, but only allowed one goal on 19 shots faced. The netminder will receive an offer of $708,750 to stay with the Stars next season, and could get called up at some point in the season with an aging Anton Khudobin and the aforementioned injury-prone Bishop on the roster ahead of him.
Bow was recalled from AHL Texas on Thursday.
This move was made because Ben Bishop sustained a lower-body injury in Wednesday's game against the Flames. Listed at 6-foot-5 and 209 pounds, Bow has drawn into two NHL contests this season, stopping 18 of 19 shots between the Penguins and Lightning. He's gone 24-15-3 with a 2.89 GAA and .893 save percentage for AHL Texas this season.
Bow was re-assigned to AHL Texas on Monday.
Bow was called up Friday due to an injury to Ben Bishop (lower body). This news assuredly means that the Stars feel like Bishop is at least capable of serving as a backup. Indeed, it has already been reported that Bishop will be dressing for Tuesday's game against the Panthers.
Bow was recalled to Dallas on Friday, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
The transaction likely means that Ben Bishop (lower body) will not be available for Friday's game against the Golden Knights. In 42 games with AHL Texas, Bow holds a 22-13-5 record while posting a 2.90 GAA and .893 save percentage. The Alberta native is shaping up as the backup behind Anton Khudobin for Friday's matchup.
Bow was reassigned to AHL Texas on Thursday, Mark Stepneski of the Stars' official site reports.
Bow was the odd man out following news that Ben Bishop (upper body) will dress as the backup to Anton Khudobin for Thursday's game against the Blues. At 6-foot-5 and 210 pounds, Bow has an ideal build for an NHL goalie, but his lack of experience (two games) at the top level makes him the logical choice for additional service time in the minors.
Bow stepped in for Anton Khudobin against the Lightning on Thursday and made four of a possible five saves.
It wasn't a good night for Dallas in general, as the team suffered a 6-0 defeat for which Bow was on the hook for one goal allowed. The 23-year-old should be headed back down to AHL Texas soon with Ben Bishop (upper body) nearing a return to the lineup. In the minors, Bow is 18-10-2 with a 2.70 GAA, which should earn him a modest pay raise this offseason, as he is set to become a restricted free agent July 1.
Bow was called up from AHL Texas under emergency conditions Thursday.
With Ben Bishop dealing with an undisclosed injury, the Stars are bringing in Bow to serve as the backup behind Anton Khudobin for Thursday's clash with Nashville. Once Bishop is at least healthy enough to serve as the backup, Bow will head right back down to the minors, and he's unlikely to see any ice time during this current stint in the NHL.
Bow was demoted to AHL Texas on Thursday.
Bow made one relief appearance during his stint in the NHL, in which he stopped all 14 of the shots he faced. It's unclear if the move to reassign Bow means Ben Bishop (lower body) is ready to be activated off injured reserve ahead of Saturday's matchup with Vancouver or if the club simply wants to give Bow the start versus AHL Milwaukee on Friday and will recall him afterwards.
Bow made his NHL debut in a relief appearance versus the Penguins on Wednesday.
Bow -- who was called up due to the injury to Ben Bishop (upper body) -- was brought in after Anton Khudobin was given the hook in the second period, stopping all 14 shots he faced. In 12 minor-league appearances this year for AHL Texas, the 23-year-old netminder is 6-3-1 with a 2.81 GAA. With a back-to-back on the horizon, the Alberta native should get his first start versus Ottawa or Colorado on Friday or Saturday respectively.
The Stars recalled Bow from AHL Texas on Tuesday, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Ben Bishop is expected to miss at least a week due to a lower-body injury, so Bow will fill in as the Stars' backup while Bishop is on the shelf. The 23-year-old hasn't been great in the minors this season, posting a 6-3-1 record while maintaining a sub-par 2.81 GAA and .896 save percentage through 12 appearances.
Bow was reassigned to AHL Texas on Monday, Mark Stepneski of the Stars' official site reports.
Even with both Ben Bishop (strain) and Anton Khudobin (undisclosed) dealing with minor injuries, it shouldn't come as a surprise to see Bow headed for the minors, as he wasn't going to steal a spot away from the aforementioned players. The youngster figures to split time with Colton Point for AHL Texas.
Bow allowed two goals on 25 shots in a 3-1 preseason defeat from the Blues on Friday.
This solid showing again indicates why Bow would be in line for NHL action if the Stars suffer any injuries in net. But to start the season, Bow will likely head back to AHL Texas, where he posted a 2.86 GAA and .903 save percentage in 46 games last year.
Bow will play the full game in net Friday against the Blues, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Bow has stuck around in NHL camp with the Stars while Anton Khudobin (undisclosed) battles a minor issue. The 23-year-old netminder played reasonably well at AHL Texas last season, owning a 2.86 GAA and a .903 save percentage over 46 games, and he should return there by Opening Night. However, he should also be on the shortlist of names for promotion in the event a netminder is sidelined during the regular season.
Bow was sent down to AHL Texas after a very brief NHL stint, Mark Stepneski of the Stars' official site reports.
Bow was called up with Ben Bishop's uncertain health status after taking a puck to the facemask. However, with Bishop slated to start Monday, Bow will head back down to the AHL to get more work. The 22-year-old goalie has yet to make an NHL appearance and likely won't get that chance this season.
Bow was called up from AHL Texas on Saturday, Mark Stepneski of the Stars' official site reports.
Dallas' traditional starter Ben Bishop was hit in the face by a puck while sitting on the bench during a game against the Coyotes on Tuesday, so Bow -- who owns a 15-9-1 record, 2.81 GAA and .905 save percentage for the top development affiliate -- will be on hand for Saturday's home game against the Wild in case the former doesn't end up dressing.