The Flyers reassigned Kase to AHL Lehigh Valley on Sunday, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Kase has played six NHL games this year, recording a goal while playing in 9:47 of average ice time. He was replaced by Connor Bunnaman on the roster with the big club, and Kase has seven points in 29 AHL games this season.
Kase was called up from AHL Lehigh Valley on Thursday.
Kase will trade spots with Mikhail Vorobyev, who was shipped down to the minors. In his previous stint with the Flyers this season, the 22-year-old Kase notched one goal, five shots and three hits in five games while averaging 10:44 of ice time. The Czech's spot in the lineup is far from a lock and this may not be the last he's seen of the AHL.
Kase was demoted to AHL Lehigh Valley on Friday.
Kase appeared in five games with the Flyers during this stint in the NHL in which he notched one goal (a game-winner), five shots and three hits while averaging 10:44 of ice time. The Czech will probably spend the bulk of his time with the Phantoms this year, but he should remain atop the list of potential call-ups throughout the 2019-20 campaign.
Kase was called up from AHL Lehigh Valley on Wednesday.
Kase is putting up decent numbers in the minors with three goals and three assists in 21 games for the Phantoms. The 22-year-old will likely be used as an emergency depth option for the Flyers' three-game road trip, but if he does play, it will mark his NHL debut. Once Michael Raffl (finger) or Travis Konecny (concussion) is cleared to play, Kase should be headed back to the minors.
Kase (upper body) was one of 11 players cut from training camp Thursday.
Kase's upper-body injury likely didn't help his case, but the winger was never going to make the 23-man roster coming out of camp. The 21-year-old will get his first taste of North American hockey, having spent his young career playing in Europe.
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