Gregor is expected to crack the lineup against Arizona on Thursday, indicating he's been promoted from the taxi squad.
With teams playing around with cap space rules, it's possible Gregor's initial placement on the taxi squad was more of a formality. The 21-year-old appeared in 28 games for the Sharks last year in which he registered three goals on 33 shots, two helpers and 50 hits while averaging 10:04 of ice time. If he continues to fill the third-line center role, Gregor should certainly be able to set new career highs in goals and assists this year.
Gregor is one of six players on the Sharks' taxi squad.
Gregor is joined by goalie Alexei Melnichuk, defensemen Nicolas Meloche and Brinson Pasichnuk and forwards Fredrik Handemark and John Leonard. Of those six players, Gregor and Meloche have the best chances of joining the main roster should it be necessary.
Gregor scored a power-play goal on two shots in Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Avalanche.
Gregor has points in each of his last two games, and they've both come with a man advantage. He's at five points, 29 shots on goal, 47 hits and a minus-5 rating through 27 contests. Gregor has served in a top-six role lately, but he's probably not going to play his way into fantasy relevance this season.
Gregor notched a power-play assist and four hits in Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Wild.
Gregor earned some power-play time and made good use of it, setting up Stefan Noesen's second-period tally. Through eight games since his Feb. 13 recall from AHL San Jose, Gregor has three points. He's at just four points, 46 hits and 27 shots in 26 appearances this season.
Gregor earned an assist, two shots on goal and three hits in Thursday's 3-2 overtime win over the Devils.
The 21-year-old forward has picked up two of his three points this season in the last two games. Gregor has added 39 hits, 25 shots and a minus-3 rating in primarily a bottom-six role. Playing on a weak Sharks team will likely keep fantasy owners away from Gregor for the rest of the campaign.
Gregor (undisclosed) will rejoin the lineup for Thursday's game against the Devils, Kevin Kurz of The Athletic reports.
An earlier projected lineup from the team left Gregor off the list, but his return to action for the first time since Dec. 14 is unlikely to make waves in the fantasy realm anyway; he has a meager one point (a goal) over 18 games thus far. However, he does provide the Sharks with a physical presence up front and some relief for all of the absences. It's unclear at this juncture who will lose his spot in the lineup, though it could come from a bottom-line group that supplied a goal in each of the last two games.
Gregor (undisclosed) isn't expected to play Thursday against New Jersey.
Gregor's injury is believed to be minor, but there's currently no timetable for his return. Another update on the 22-year-old forward, who's picked up one goal in 18 games this campaign, should surface once he's cleared to rejoin the lineup.
Head coach Bob Boughner said Gregor (undisclosed) is day-to-day and won't play in Monday's game versus the Panthers, Sharks beat writer Sheng Peng reports.
This doesn't appear to be a serious problem, and Gregor should travel with the team when it embarks on a four-game East Coast swing starting Thursday in New Jersey. He's produced one point over 18 NHL games this year.
Gregor was brought up from AHL San Jose on Thursday.
Gregor hasn't logged an NHL game for the Sharks since Dec. 14 against Vancouver and averaged just 8:34 of ice time in 18 appearances this year. In the minors, the 21-year-old has performed significantly better, with seven goals and 12 helpers in 25 contests. The Sharks flipped Maxim Letunov to the minors in a corresponding roster move.
The Sharks demoted Gregor to AHL San Jose on Monday.
Gregor has been a healthy scratch in four of the Sharks' last five contests. On the season, he has one goal in 18 NHL appearances. The 21-year-old forward will be on the team's shortlist of call-ups moving forward.
San Jose promoted Gregor from the AHL on Thursday.
Kevin Labanc is dealing with an undisclosed injury, so Gregor could be back in the Sharks' lineup as soon as Saturday against St. Louis. The 21-year-old has tallied one goal in 18 appearances with the big club this season.
The Sharks reassigned Gregor to AHL San Jose on Wednesday.
The Sharks are off until Saturday's matchup with St. Louis, so this may just be a temporary demotion for Gregor. The 21-year-old has picked up one goal in 18 appearances with the big club this season.
Gregor was called up from AHL San Jose on Saturday.
Gregor is pointless across 10 appearances at the NHL level this season but has found the scoresheet seven times in six games with AHL San Jose. He could draw into the Sharks' lineup as early as Saturday depending on whether or not Tomas Hertl (undisclosed) is able to play.
The Sharks re-assigned Gregor to AHL San Jose on Sunday.
The 21-year-old was a healthy scratch for the past two contests, so this news isn't quite surprising. In fact, Gregor suited up in 10 NHL games and was a minus-6 while going pointless. He'll head to the minors where he has three points in three career AHL thus far.
Gregor was called up from AHL San Jose on Friday, Corey Pronman of The Athletic reports.
The 21-year-old forward has produced a goal and two assists for AHL San Jose in three games this season. Gregor will serve as forward depth while Lukas Radil is out with an illness.
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