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Daws recalled by the New Jersey Devils, Brodeur recalled by the Comets

Goaltender Nico Daws has been recalled by the New Jersey Devils, and Jeremy Brodeur has been recalled by the Utica Comets. Daws is going to New Jersey from Utica, and Brodeur is being brought up to Utica from Adirondack. The transactions were announced on Wednesday morning.

Daws was drafted by the Devils in the third round of the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. The twenty-three-year-old goaltender has twenty-five career games played in the National Hockey League. In those games, he has a record of 10-11-1, with a 3.11 GAA, and a save percentage of 0.893. He has no shutouts at the NHL level.

In three games played for the Comets, he has a record of 1-2-0, 2.39 GAA, and a 0.929 save percentage. This is his third season in the American Hockey League.

According to New Jersey Devils reporter Amanda Stein, Daws was at the team’s morning skate on Wednesday with fellow netminders Vitek Vanecek and Akira Schmid. The reason for the Daws recall has not been announced.

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Brodeur has been recalled to the Comets for the third time this season. He served as a backup during his previous two recalls and did not see playing time. With Adirondack of the ECHL this season, Brodeur has a record of 8-4-0 with a 2.36 GAA, a 0.926 save percentage, and one shutout.

The Comets play on Wednesday night at Lehigh Valley. They return home on Friday and Saturday nights for games against Providence and Rochester. There has been no corresponding recall from Adirondack of the ECHL by Utica as of this writing.

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