The Nashville Predators have recalled Kevin Fiala from the Milwaukee Admirals. The Predators will be returning to action tonight on the road against the Minnesota Wild in their first game out of their bye-week.
Fiala returns to the Predators for the first time since mid-January. He has played 32 games in the NHL this season and produced 9 points (6 goals, 3 assists) with an even plus/minus rating and 10 penalty minutes. With the Admirals this season Fiala has scored 19 points (7 goals, 12 assists) from 22 games with a plus/minus rating of +8 with 45 penalty minutes.
In his latest spell with the Admirals the 20-year old played a solid stretch of 15 games. Fiala was energetic from the moment he returned to the AHL and scored a game-winner in overtime against the Checkers in his second game back down. Upon his return to the Predators he does so after having scored twice this past week in Milwaukee and on both occasions he scored the equalizer in the third period in comeback bids that resulted in wins. The finishing has been up-and-down at times but his work rate has been off the charts in his month stint back with the Admirals.
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