John Albert C WPG 3 Months
Albert was reassigned to AHL St. John's on Wednesday, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Albert was auditioning for a bottom-six role with the Jets, after logging nine games with the club in 2013-14. He'll assume a primary scoring role while he remains with the AHL club, but the 25-year-old won't have the opportunity to deliver much point production on the occasions he gets the call back to the Jets.
John Albert C WPG 5 Months
John Albert has agreed to a one-year, two-way deal with Winnipeg.
Albert can earn $585,000 at the NHL level in 2014-15. He had 28 goals and 45 points in 63 AHL games last season. He also played in nine contests with the Jets and found the back of the net once.
John Albert C WPG 9 Months
John Albert left Monday's game early in the second period with an upper-body injury.
He was playing in his first contest since being recalled from the minors last week. Albert logged just 2:06 of ice time on four shifts before exiting. He has one goal in nine NHL appearances this season.
John Albert C WPG 9 Months
John Albert will not play Saturday against the Senators.
He was called up on an emergency basis on Thursday but will not be needed against Ottawa Saturday afternoon. Albert has limited fantasy value even when he does play. Defenseman Paul Postma will also be a healthy scratch.
John Albert C WPG 10 Months
John Albert has been brought up by the Jets on an emergency basis.
He has recorded 17 goals and 33 points in 51 games with AHL St. John's this campaign. In eight games with Winnipeg, he has one goal.
John Albert C WPG 12 Months
John Albert was returned to the minors on Wednesday.
He appeared in eight games the Jets, where he recorded his first NHL goal and had a minus-3 rating. Albert's demotion could mean that Zach Bogosian will be available for Friday's game against Florida.
John Albert C WPG Sep 13 '79
John Albert made his NHL debut Monday night against the Rangers.
He scored his first NHL goal on his first big-league shot. Albert cashed in on a partial breakaway at the halfway mark of the contest. "I thought he was fine," said coach Claude Noel. "He had a couple little bumps where he was in our zone and they got caught a little bit, but I didn't think too much of it. He looked like he knew where he was going. I thought positionally he was strong. He would have liked to have won some battles earlier but after that, he got himself in the game real well." He logged 8:29 of ice time in the match, while skating on the fourth line.
John Albert C WPG Sep 12 '79
John Albert was brought up from the minors on Sunday.
The 24-year-old forward has three goals and eight points in 23 games this season with AHL St. John's.