The San Jose Sharks declared they have reassigned three players to the San Jose Barracuda of the American Hockey League. Forwards Dylan Gambrell and Noah Gregor and defenseman Jacob Middleton will come back to the Sharks’ top developmental affiliate.

Gambrell has been with the Sharks since the start of the season, showing up in 30 games and recording six points. He skated a little more than eight and a half minutes last night in the Sharks’ 3-2 misfortune to the Arizona Coyotes, his most reduced ice time in over a month. Last season, Gambrell spent a large portion of his time in the AHL and recorded 45 points (20 goals, 25 assists) 51 games.

Gregor has just spent six games with the Barracuda this season and recorded seven points. In 18 NHL games, he has one goal. He last played on December 14 against the Vancouver Canucks, skating a little more than seven minutes. Gregor played in the Western Hockey League last season and recorded 88 points (43G, 45A) in 63 games for the Prince Albert Raiders.

Middleton comes back to the Barracuda with 0 points in two NHL games. He has two assists 12 AHL games this season. Last season as a substitute captain for the Barracuda, he recorded 14 assists and included five goals in 57 games.

The Barracuda play tonight at 7 p.m. against the Ontario Reign. The Sharks’ next game is on Saturday against the St. Louis Blues.

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