Terry took part in an on-ice workout Wednesday at the Ducks' development camp, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Terry is working his way back from a non-displaced fracture of his leg, but he appears to be on track to be fully healthy by the time training camp opens in September. The 21-year-old forward notched four goals and 13 points in 32 games with Anaheim last season, but he'll likely step into a full-time role with the big club in 2019-20.
Terry (lower body) will be sidelined for 8-to-12 weeks due to a non-displaced fractur of his leg.
Unfortunately, a surprisingly strong campaign for the 21-year-old winger will end in a brutal way. Terry finishes 2018-19 with 13 points -- four goals and nine assists -- over 32 games after he compiled a point-per-game pace in 41 tilts with AHL San Diego. He could be a sleeper in fantasy drafts next season, assuming the leg issue heals up and he's ready to roll.
Updating a previous report, Terry (lower body) isn't suiting up Saturday in Edmonton, Derek Van Diest of the Edmonton Sun reports.
The conflicting reports are the result of a snafu on the Ducks' part, as they accidentally listed Terry as active and scratched a healthy Jake Dotchin, leaving themselves a player short for the contest.
Terry isn't listed among Anaheim's scratches, indicating that he'll suit up against the Oilers on Saturday.
Terry recovered quickly after blocking a shot Friday against Calgary and should get a chance to build on his season totals of four goals and nine assists through 32 appearances.
Terry was injured in Friday night's 6-1 loss to the Flames, with Will Nault of Sportsnet960 writing that the rookie left the road rink in a boot and crutches as the result of a blocked shot on Mark Giordano.
The Ducks will now travel to Edmonton for Saturday night's game against the Ducks. It seems highly unlikely that Terry will be good to go for that contest, so we're expecting a call-up to be made from AHL San Diego, especially if Nick Ritchie (upper body) doesn't round into playing shape for the second game of the back-to-back set.
Terry had an assist and went plus-3 in Tuesday's 5-4 win over the Canucks.
He now has three assists in his last three outings. Terry has recorded four goals and nine helpers in 31 appearances this season, with six of the 13 points coming on the power play. He doesn't shoot often (just 25 shots on goal this year) and provides virtually no physical presence.
Terry scored a goal and assisted on two others in Friday's 8-2 win over the Canadiens.
Terry went plus-4 in the blowout victory. The forward started his season with three points in 19 appearances, but now has two goals and five assists in his last three outings. While it's tough to trust any skater for the Ducks this season, Terry could make for a good value pick in DFS against the Kings on Sunday.
Terry posted three assists, a plus-1 rating and one shot on net in a 5-4 loss to the Blues on Wednesday.
The 21-year-old came into the night with only four points, so he nearly doubled his NHL output by recording his first three-point night. Terry has two goals and five points in the last five games. Overall, he has three goals and seven points in 21 contests this season.
Terry scored on the power play in a 3-1 win over the Coyotes on Tuesday.
The goal was Terry's third of the season, and it provided valuable insurance by doubling the Ducks' lead in the third period. Terry only has four points in 20 appearances this year, and with only 16 shots on goal. The fifth round pick from 2015 has skated mostly on the fourth line for the worst offense in the league.
Terry netted his second goal of the year in a 4-3 loss to the Blackhawks on Wednesday.
Terry had gone six games without a point since being recalled from AHL San Diego on Feb. 14 before finding twine in this contest. His only other two points this season came Jan. 19 against the Devils, when he registered a goal and an assist. The 21-year-old winger is still trying to find his scoring touch at the NHL level, and isn't a factor in fantasy play.
The Ducks recalled Terry from AHL San Diego on Thursday, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports.
Terry has been unstoppable in the minors this season, racking up 16 goals and 41 points in 41 games. The 2015 fifth-round pick could draw into Anaheim's lineup as soon as Friday against the Bruins.
Terry was assigned to AHL San Diego on Thursday.
The 21-year-old picked up his first two points in New Jersey back on Jan. 19. He'll return to the Ducks' minor-league affiliate but could find himself back up with the big club once the All-Star break concludes. Because of the demotion, Terry will play two extra games Friday and Saturday. On the season, he has 37 points in 32 games with AHL San Diego.
Terry had a goal and an assist in a 3-2 win over the Devils on Saturday.
It was Terry's first NHL goal and assist. The kid has been tearing up the AHL this season with 37 points in 32 games, but it remains to be seen if he'll carry any of that heat into this stint with the Quacks.
Anaheim recalled Terry from AHL San Diego on Wednesday, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
The Ducks have been terrible recently, losing 12 consecutive games, so they obviously decided it was time to shake up their roster in a big way Wednesday, recalling three players from their AHL affiliate while sending two skaters down. Sherwood has been highly productive in the minors this season, racking up 16 goals and 37 points in 32 appearances, but he hasn't been able to carry that success to the NHL level, going scoreless in six appearances with the big club. The 2015 fifth round-pick's next opportunity to appear in an NHL contest could arrive as soon as Thursday against Minnesota.
The Ducks assigned Terry to AHL San Diego on Friday.
Terry has failed to tally a point through six games this season, so the Ducks will hope a trip to the minors will help him regain his scoring touch. The 21-year-old pivot will continue to be on Anaheim's short list of potential call-ups throughout the season.
Terry provided the game-winning goal in the shootout Monday as the Ducks edged out the Red Wings at home, 3-2.
Terry, whom the Ducks took in the fifth round of the 2015 draft, did what five others couldn't in putting the puck past the netminder in the skills competition. However, fantasy owners streaming the rookie would like to see him produce earlier in games, as he's been held without a point and carries a minus-1 rating over the first three contests.
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