The Chicago Wolves announced Sunday that center Jeremy Welsh has been reassigned to St. Louis of the National Hockey League.
The 27-year-old Welsh has posted 5 goals and 3 assists with a +3 plus/minus rating in 11 games for the Central Division-leading Wolves this season. The Bayfield, Ontario, native notched 20 goals and 21 assists in 75 games for Chicago in 2014-15. This marks his first regular-season stint with the St. Louis Blues, who recalled him on loan from the Wolves.
Welsh made his NHL debut on April 7, 2012, when he went straight from Union College’s appearance in the Frozen Four to the Carolina Hurricanes. He played 6 games for the Hurricanes through the 2012-13 season before moving to the Vancouver Canucks in 2013-14, when he posted 1 goal, 6 penalty minutes and a -1 plus/minus rating in 19 games.
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