The San Jose Sharks have recalled forwards Ryan Carpenter and Barclay Goodrow from the San Jose Barracuda of the AHL. Meanwhile, Melker Karlsson, who has been out since November 12th with an ankle injury, was placed on IR. The roster moves were first reported by Paul Gackle and later confirmed by the club.
Karlsson, in his third NHL season, has two goals and four points in 15 games with San Jose this season. He reached double figures in goals in each of his first two campaigns and for his career has recorded 47 points in 133 contests.
Carpenter appeared in the only NHL game of his career last December, playing just under 7 1/2 minutes. He was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Bowling Green State University in March of 2014. In three college campaigns, Carpenter scored 37 goals and 79 points. He has seven points in 12 AHL games this season for the Barracudas.
Goodrow has yet to see NHL action this season but has played in 74 games with the Sharks over the two previous seasons. He has accumulated four goals and 15 points along with 51 penalty minutes in his NHL career. Goodrow has tallied seven goals for the Barracudas so far in 2016-17.