The Devils reassigned Anderson to AHL Binghamton on Sunday.
Anderson suited up in 34 games with the big club this season, generating seven points, 49 shots and 42 hits. The 20-year-old winger will finish out the season with the minor-league affiliate and seems poised to develop enough this summer to make the team next season.
Anderson was promoted to the top level Monday.
In 29 games at the NHL level this season, the 20-year-old has found the scoresheet just four times (two goals, two assists), but Anderson returns to New Jersey mere days after being sent down to the minors. With Blake Coleman (undisclosed) potentially out for Monday's game, Anderson gives the Devils additional depth up front, even if Coleman suits up.
New Jersey reassigned Anderson to AHL Binghamton on Saturday.
The Devils are finally starting to get healthy up front, so they're no longer in need of Anderson's services as a depth forward. The 20-year-old will return to a top-six role with Binghamton, where he's notched five points in eight games this campaign.
Anderson got the call from AHL Binghamton on Saturday.
Anderson was sent to the minors Sunday to help the Devils navigate the trade deadline, but he will rejoin the ranks with Nathan Bastian (undisclosed) questionable and Kurtis Gabriel headed for a hearing with the NHL's Department of Player Safety. There's a good chance he will draw back in, but the 20-year-old rookie doesn't figure to be in too many conversations yet with just three points through 19 games at the top level.
Anderson was demoted to AHL Binghamton on Sunday, Tom Gulitti of NHL.com reports.
With Monday's trade deadline approaching, New Jersey seems to be making a few paper moves as the team continues negotiations. A third-round pick in 2016, Anderson has three points in 19 NHL games and could rejoin the team after the deadline if a spot clears up.
Anderson will sit out of Sunday's game versus the Hurricanes, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Anderson played Saturday's game versus the Wild after over two months on the shelf due to an ankle injury, so the Devils don't want him playing back-to-back matchups immediately. He'll watch this one from the press box while Nick Lappin enters the lineup. It's unclear if the Devils will continue using precaution with Anderson going forward, while his next chance to play is Tuesday versus the Blues.
Anderson (ankle) will rejoin the lineup Saturday against the Wild, Chris Ryan of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Anderson dressed for just 11 games prior to breaking his ankle in late November, forcing him out for more than two months. The rookie winger notched two points -- one goal and one assist -- in his brief opening to the season, though he had seen a total of just nine seconds of power-play time. Anderson racked up five goals over eight games played with AHL Binghamton before his summoning in late October, so there's a reason to believe he can produce for the Devils moving forward. Anderson served as the left wing on the second line during practice Friday and will likely slot in there against the Wild.
Anderson (ankle) will miss Thursday's game against the Islanders, but the winger is moving closer to a return, Chris Ryan of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
According to this latest report, the Devils could deploy Anderson in a couple of AHL games before he'd get the green light to rejoin the parent club. In the meantime, Anderson still resides on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site.
Anderson (ankle) will miss Tuesday's clash with Los Angeles, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
The 20-year-old rookie continues to inch closer to a return, but it won't be Tuesday at home against the woeful Kings. Anderson has been out of the lineup since Nov. 23, and with this announcement, his next chance to suit up is now Thursday versus the Islanders. The first-year winger remains on injured reserve.
Anderson (ankle) returned to practice Friday, but he's not expected to suit up for Saturday's game against the Canadiens, Chris Ryan of NJ.com reports.
As noted in this latest report, the Devils could go the cautious route with the rookie by having him participate in additional practices or possibly even head to the AHL in an effort to get up to speed post-injury. Presently, he's among five Devils players on injured reserve.
Anderson (ankle) won't travel to Montreal for Friday's game against the Canadiens, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
While he's expected to return soon, Anderson has yet to record a full practice. Until that happens, the 20-year-old winger will likely remain sidelined as he has been since suffering a broken ankle back on Nov. 21. When he's cleared to play, Anderson could present some fantasy upside in deeper leagues given his history of production in college and brief AHL stop with Binghamton.
Anderson (ankle) is "very close" to getting back into the lineup, Chris Ryan of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
While Anderson has effectively been ruled out for Thursday's home game against the Rangers, Ryan said the winger could take part in a full practice in the next few days. The broken ankle has kept Anderson out of the lineup for the past 29 games and he remains on injured reserve for the time being. However, things are looking up for New Jersey's third-round (73rd overall) pick from the 2016 draft.
Anderson (ankle) took a twirl on the ice before Tuesday's practice session, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Anderson has skated a couple of times over the last month, but still has yet to join his teammates on the ice for practice. The winger has missed 29 games due to his ankle injury and probably should be considered week-to-week at this point. Prior to getting back into the Devils' lineup, the 20-year-old could spend some time in the minors on a conditioning assignment to make sure he is 100 percent.
According to coach John Hynes, Anderson (ankle) resumed skating Thursday, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Anderson narrowly missed out on the Opening Night roster, but he ended up getting the call from the parent club in late October, adding two points in 11 games prior to sustaining the injury. He's not out of the woods in terms of his recovery, though Anderson appears to be trending in the right direction.
Anderson (ankle) started the off-ice portion of his recovery Friday, Devils' radio play-by-play announcer Matt Loughlin reports.
Anderson should still be considered week-to-week given he has yet to resume skating following his ankle surgery. The 20-year-old saw action in just 11 games before getting hurt, so hasn't really been able to show what he can do. Once cleared to play, the winger figures to slot into a bottom-six role.
Anderson underwent surgery to repair a broken right ankle Tuesday, and he's facing a week-to-week recovery timetable, Chris Ryan of NJ.com reports.
Anderson is on injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site, with the Devils suffering three straight losses without the rookie in tow. New Jersey can always call up reinforcements on the wing, but it looks like Miles Wood and Stefan Noesen will hold down the fort in the bottom six for now. Drew Stafford technically is another option, but he's been scratched for 10 conseuctive games.
Anderson's lower-body injury is "fairly serious," according to Devils coach John Hynes, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
The rookie is currently undergoing tests to determine an exact prognosis. Selected in the third round (73rd overall) of the 2016 draft, Anderson drew rave reviews in training camp and the preseason. It's difficult to draw conclusions based on his first 11 games at the NHL level, but he averaged 11:17 of ice time with a pair of points working against a minus-2 rating over that span.
Anderson was placed on injured reserve with a lower-body injury Friday.
Anderson, a rookie, will miss at least the next three games due to his placement on IR, but the good news for the Devils is that they'll get Brian Boyle (upper body) back into the lineup for Friday's (4:00 p.m. ET) home tilt against the Islanders.
Anderson (undisclosed) was hurt in the first period of Wednesday's game versus the Canadiens, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Anderson played just 1:44 before heading to the locker room with an undisclosed injury. He was injured when he collided with the net, and it remains to be seen whether he'll return. If not, the team should update his status following the game.
Anderson will make his NHL debut Saturday for a matinee against the visiting Panthers, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Anderson was a standout with the University of Minnesota-Duluth the past two seasons. The 20-year-old winger is a special talent because his supreme on-ice vision typically leads to an abundance of goals and helpers. He turned heads in training camp with the Devils and secured two goals and three goals over eight games with AHL Albany ahead of his call-up to the big stage. Anderson will replace Marcus Johansson, who is out with an illness, in the upcoming contest.
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