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Avalanche's Dylan Sikura: Sent back down

Sikura was reassigned to AHL Colorado on Friday, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports. Sikura was called up for Friday's game against Tampa Bay and received just 5:20 of ice time. He'll head back to the Eagles looking to continue producing prolifically (35 points in 32 games) until he gets another nod with the Avalanche.
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Avalanche's Dylan Sikura: Headed to big club

Sikura was recalled from AHL Colorado on Wednesday. Sikura has logged just four NHL contests this season, but he's been a beast in the AHL, rattling off 35 points in 32 games with the Eagles. It's unclear if he'll enter the lineup while up with the big club, but if he does, Sikura could make for sneaky DFS play.
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Avalanche's Dylan Sikura: Rejoins big club

Sikura was called up from AHL Colorado on Tuesday. Sikura will take the place of Alex Newhook, who is out with a non-COVID-19 illness. Sikura moved into a second-line role mid-game against the Sabres on Sunday, but he'll likely play in the middle six Tuesday.
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Avalanche's Dylan Sikura: Reassigned to AHL

Sikura was demoted from the active roster to AHL Colorado on Wednesday. Sikura has averaged 11:06 of ice time and recorded one assist over four NHL appearances this season. The 26-year-old will rejoin AHL Colorado, where he has recorded 31 points over 29 games in 2021-22.
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Avalanche's Dylan Sikura: Remains on second line

Sikura was plus-1 over 13:05 of ice time while skating on the second line in Tuesday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Coyotes. This was the second straight game that Sikura slotted in at wing on Nazem Kadri's line. He replaced Andre Burakovsky midgame Sunday, then filled in for Alex Newhook (non-COVID illness) on Tuesday. Burakovsky was back on the second line, so if all hands were healthy, Sikura likely would have been back on the fourth line or inactive.
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Avalanche's Dylan Sikura: Reassigned to minors

Sikura was sent back to AHL Colorado on Monday, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports. Sikura has played in just three games this season in which he tallied one assist, three shouts and three blocks. Even if the Ontario native is brought back to the NHL roster after the All-Star break, he will likely be held in reserve as a healthy scratch more often than not. As such, Sikura figures to be a relative non-factor moving forward.
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Avalanche's Dylan Sikura: Produces helper in win

Sikura logged an assist and three shots on goal in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Sabres. Sikura made his second straight appearance, as he's joined the lineup with Nathan MacKinnon (nose, concussion) out. The 26-year-old Sikura earned his first point in three games this season on a Nazem Kadri tally in the second period. Sikura was promoted mid-game from the fourth line to the second, as head coach Jared Bednar was not pleased with Andre Burakovsky. Despite the promotion, he's likely to return to a bottom-six role, so he doesn't need to be followed closely in fantasy.
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Avalanche recalls Dylan Sikura — likely to replace Nathan MacKinnon in Chicago

The Avalanche on Thursday recalled Colorado Eagles’ leading scorer Dylan Sikura — the likely replacement for Nathan MacKinnon in Friday’s game in Chicago. The Avs did not practice Thursday ahead of their flight to Chicago. The team declined to confirm if MacKinnon — who suffered a frightening upper-body injury in Wednesday’s 4-3 overtime victory against the visiting Boston Bruins — would not travel.
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Avs call up Dylan Sikura, likely sign Nathan MacKinnon won’t play in Chicago

Just posted on the AHL transactions log: Dylan Sikura has been recalled from the Colorado Eagles by the Avalanche, and will join the club for its flight to Chicago later this afternoon. This is a pretty big sign that Nathan MacKinnon won’t play against the Blackhawks. Sikura, a 2014...
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Avalanche's Dylan Sikura: Recalled from AHL affiliate

Sikura was elevated from AHL Colorado to the active roster Thursday. Sikura recorded 12:39 of ice time -- 1:42 during the man advantage -- and was held pointless in his last NHL appearance Oct. 16. The 26-year-old winger has tallied 14 goals and 17 assists over 29 performances this season for AHL Colorado.
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Avalanche's Dylan Sikura: Sent down Monday

Sikura was demoted to AHL Colorado on Monday. Sikura played in the season opener against the Blues on Saturday in which he failed to register a shot on goal despite logging 1:42 of ice time with the man advantage. With the Avs heading out on a three-game road trip, Sikura was replaced on the 23-man roster with Mikhail Maltsev and Martin Kaut.
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Avalanche's Dylan Sikura: Sent packing for now

Sikura was waived by Colorado on Wednesday, Adrian Dater of Colorado Hockey Nows reports. Sikura's played a smattering of games over the course of four NHL seasons, including a six-game stint with the Golden Knights last year. He scored twice while averaging 10:15 of ice time. Sikura is likely to be assigned to AHL Colorado if he passes unclaimed through waivers.
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Golden Knights' Dylan Sikura: Sent to minor-league affiliate

Sikura was reassigned to AHL Henderson on Thursday. Sikura will likely be back with the big club prior to Game 1 of Vegas' first-round playoff series. He's picked up two goals through six NHL appearances this season.
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Golden Knights' Dylan Sikura: Sent to AHL affiliate

Sikura was assigned to AHL Henderson on Friday. Sikura will likely be back with the big club once the playoffs get underway, but he'll head to the minors for now. He's gone scoreless through five top-level appearances this season.
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Golden Knights' Dylan Sikura: Dropped to taxi squad

Sikura was reassigned to the taxi squad Monday, per CapFriendly. Sikura recorded a minus-2 rating while averaging 9:27 of ice time over the previous five games. He could be back on the active roster for Wednesday's rematch with Minnesota.
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Golden Knights' Dylan Sikura: Earns call-up

Sikura was recalled from the taxi squad and is in the lineup for Wednesday's game against San Jose, per CapFriendly. The 25-year-old was recalled on an emergency basis, as he'll man the third-line left wing role for Wednesday's game. Sikura has yet to earn NHL action this season, but he supplied three points across nine NHL games with the Blackhawks last campaign.
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Golden Knights' Dylan Sikura: Called up from AHL Henderson

Sikura was promoted from AHL Henderson on Tuesday. Sikura and Tomas Jurco swapped places, with Sikura joining the active roster. The 25-year-old Sikura could be in the lineup Wednesday versus the Sharks if Reilly Smith (undisclosed) and Keegan Kolesar (hip) remain out.
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