Sami Niku has been called by minors from Winnipeg Jets, but will have to wait a few days before going out of season.
Niku, the great American Hockey League defender of the year, was promoted late on Saturday from Manitoba's Moose head coach Pascal Vincent, but in the game he found senior Joe Morrow, who stepped into the Jets for Dmitry Kulikov on Sunday New Jersey Devils & # 39; against.
Un We will reach some applications (Niku), around the team. He is present there, baş said Jets head coach Paul Maurice. “Well played. He is making progress in the defensive parts of the game and there is no concern about the attack game and he is currently at NHL level. "
He asked Maurice why Niku was important to get a few skates before going into the competition with the Jets.
Orum I'm going in front of Joe Morrow, Maur Maurice said. Un And it's about winning. “
Niku turned some heads before the season, but was one of the last Jets.
She began to match the season with Tucker Poolman, but was used on the right side with Logan Stanley, who defended defenses nearby.
Im Of course I'm really happy to come back here and hopefully stay here and play it well, burada said Niku, who scored a goal and five points in the 12 AHL matches this season. Iyi My defense game is better last year. Of course, the biggest thing (defense game). I'm an advocate, so I need to defend. The crime will come, I'm not worried about that. "
Kulikov will leave the series of Jets for at least a month, and will result in an upper body injury after the Colorado Avalanche has been checked by Gabriel Bourque in the first period on Friday after falling on ice.
Formerly the Manitoba Moose network player Cory Schneider with the Devils counterattack, Connor Hellebuyck starts the goal for the Jets.
Jets made a new move on Sunday, and Logan signed Shaw to an annual, two-way deal at the NHL level of $ 675,000 per year.
Shaw was placed on the waivers by Jets on Sunday, and if it is cleared at 11:00 am on Monday, the Jets have the option of sending it to the AHL.
Shaw started in an AHL contract with San Diego Gulls of the season and scored two goals and five points in seven games.
The 2011 NHL Draft by the Florida Panthers was named in the third round, Shaw scored 12 in the NHL games and 31 points.