MONTREAL - The Canadiens made a few player moves on Wednesday.
Forwards Michael McCarron and Daniel Carr were recalled from the AHL's St. John's IceCaps, while Jacob De La Rose was re-assigned to Sylvain Lefebvre's squad.
McCarron has already enjoyed a stint with the Canadiens this season. The centerman played 15 games with the big club in 2016-17, collecting one goal and three assists. He also posted a plus-1 differential and amassed 16 penalty minutes.
For his part, Carr has also gone between the NHL and AHL a few times over the last couple of months. The 25-year-old Alberta native has two goals and six assists in 31 games with the Canadiens this season, along with a plus-4 differential.
Both McCarron and Carr will join the team in Arizona. The Canadiens will play the Coyotes on Thursday night.
De La Rose, meanwhile, played nine games with the Canadiens this season between January 16 and February 5. During that span, the 21-year-old was held without a point and posted a minus-3 differential.