According to the Detroit Red Wings, they have recalled defenseman Dylan McIlrath from the Grand Rapids Griffins and place defenseman Trevor Daley on IR.
The #RedWings today recalled defenseman Dylan McIlrath from the AHL’s Grand Rapids Griffins and placed defenseman Trevor Daley on injured reserve retroactive to Nov. 2.
— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) November 5, 2019
From Detroit Red Wings:
McIlrath, 27, has skated in 10 games with the Griffins in 2019-20, notching three points (0-3-3) and 15 penalty minutes. He has appeared in 50 NHL games since making his NHL debut in the 2013-14 season, totaling five points (3-2-5) and 98 penalty minutes with the New York Rangers, Florida Panthers and Red Wings. The 6-foot-5, 231-pound blueliner made his Red Wings debut on March 25, 2019 at San Jose and appeared in seven games with the team in 2018-19, posting a plus-two rating and four penalty minutes. McIlrath has also skated in 363 career AHL games with the Connecticut Whale, Hartford Wolf Pack, Springfield Thunderbirds and Griffins since 2010-11, registering 77 points (21-56-77), a plus-28 rating and 775 penalty minutes. The Winnipeg, Manitoba, native won a 2017 Calder Cup championship with the Griffins and has chipped in seven points (0-7-7), a plus-13 rating and 71 penalty minutes in 48 career AHL postseason games.
A former first-round pick (10th overall) in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft by the Rangers and was acquired in a trade by Detroit from Florida on March 1, 2017, McIlrath skated in 232 Western Hockey League games for the Moose Jaw Warriors prior to turning professional, posting 74 points (16-58-74) and 551 penalty minutes from 2008-12, adding seven assists and 48 penalty minutes in 27 postseason contests. He also skated in the Canadian Hockey League Top Prospects Game during the 2009-10 campaign.