The Chicago Wolves announced Sunday that forward Ty Rattie has been returned on loan to the club by the St. Louis Blues (NHL).
Rattie already skated with the Wolves this season, appearing in three games during a conditioning stint Nov. 9-11. He collected an assist and a -2 plus/minus rating.
The 24-year-old also has spent parts of four seasons with Chicago, appearing in 196 games while registering 69 goals and 68 assists for 137 points. Rattie is one of only two active players — the other is left wing Brett Sterling at No. 5 — on the Wolves Top-35 all-time scoring list. His 137 points rank at No. 19 behind Joey Crabb (55–84—139).
The Airdrie, Alberta, native twice has appeared in the Calder Cup Playoffs (2014, 2015) and through a dozen games has one goal and two assists.
At the NHL level, Rattie has appeared in 35 games over the course of four seasons. The former Portland Winterhawk (WHL) recorded four goals and six assists for 10 points in that span, as well as a -2 plus/minus rating and six penalty minutes.
This season, Rattie split NHL action between the Blues and Carolina Hurricanes. He appeared in four games for St. Louis, and then was claimed off waivers by the Hurricanes on Jan. 4. He skated in five games with Carolina and nabbed two assists.
Rattie was selected by the Blues in the second round, 32nd overall, of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.
Rattie will be available when the Wolves begin a six-game homestand on Wednesday (Feb. 22) against the reigning Calder Cup champion Cleveland Monsters in a School-Day matinee. Puck drop is set for 11 a.m., and the game will stream on AHLLive.com. For ticket information or complete 2016-17 game and broadcast schedules, visit ChicagoWolves.com.