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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Returned to AHL

    Day was sent back to AHL Syracuse on Friday.

    Day was a healthy scratch for the eighth time this season Thursday against Minnesota. He has yet to see any NHL action with the Lightning this season. Day does, however, have eight assists in 17 AHL games this year.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Back in bigs

    Day was recalled from AHL Syracuse on Thursday.

    Day has played in only two NHL games in his career -- both came in 2021 with the Lightning. The defenseman has been a healthy scratch in all seven games this season when he has been recalled from the minors. Day's picked up eight assists in 17 AHL games this year.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Assigned to AHL

    Day was reassigned to AHL Syracuse on Monday.

    Tampa Bay brought up Philippe Myers from the minors in a corresponding move. Day hasn't played for the Lightning since suiting up in two games during the 2021-22 season. In 17 AHL contests this campaign, he has eight assists and eight PIM.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Promoted from minors

    Day was recalled from AHL Syracuse on Wednesday.

    Day has eight assists in 17 contests with Syracuse this season. Although this is the third time the 25-year-old has been summoned by the Lightning in December, Day has yet to make his NHL season debut.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Sent to AHL

    Day was assigned to AHL Syracuse on Sunday.

    Day was a healthy scratch for two straight games following his recall from the minors Thursday. He has eight assists in 17 AHL appearances this season, but hasn't played for the Lightning yet in 2023-24. If Mikhail Sergachev (lower body) isn't ready to return following the holiday break, Day could be brought back up to serve as an extra defender again.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Brought up from minors

    Day was called up from AHL Syracuse on Thursday.

    Day's promotion comes after Mikhail Sergachev (lower body) was ruled out against the Golden Knights on Thursday. Even with Day joining the Lightning, he figures to serve as a healthy scratch versus Vegas.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Dropped to minors

    Day was assigned to AHL Syracuse on Monday.

    Day didn't see any game action with Tampa Bay following his Thursday call-up. He has earned eight assists in 16 AHL outings this season.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Recalled from minors

    Day was called up from AHL Syracuse on Thursday.

    Day last played in an NHL contest back in 2021-22 when he logged two games with the Lightning, generating two shots, four hits and two blocks while averaging 10:43 of ice time. The blueliner's promotion doesn't necessarily mean he will be in action against Edmonton on Thursday, even with Victor Hedman (upper body) injured.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Placed on waivers

    Day was placed on waivers Saturday for the purpose of reassignment to the AHL.

    Day, who signed a one-year contract with the Lightning in the offseason, will start the year with AHL Syracuse if he clears waivers. The 25-year-old defenseman had 14 assists in the AHL last season.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Inks one-year contract

    Day signed a one-year, two-way contract with Tampa Bay on Monday.

    Day produced 14 assists over 63 games with AHL Syracuse in the 2022-23 season. That is a significant drop from the 40 points (eight goals, 32 assists) he had in 69 AHL contests during the 2021-22 campaign. Day, who has suited up in two just career games with the Lightning, is likely to spend most of next year in the minors again.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Through waivers and off to AHL

    Day has cleared waivers and been assigned to the AHL Syracuse Crunch, reports NHL.com.

    Last season, Day finished in a three-way tie for 10th in AHL scoring from the blue line with 40 points (eight goals, 32 assists) in 69 games. He was just four points from a top-five finish on that same list. But despite some roster changes at the NHL level, Day was unable to crack the Lightning's blue line during camp and will start the season with the Crunch. The 24-year-old may eventually develop into a bottom-pair NHL defender, but there's still some distance from that opportunity. Day has just two NHL games under his belt.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Placed on waivers Saturday

    Day has been placed on waivers by the Lightning, according to PuckPedia.com.

    Day inked a one-year, two-way contract with the Lightning in June. He managed eight goals and 40 points in 69 games with Syracuse of the AHL last season but has been a disappointment since he was granted exceptional player status as a 15-year-old in the OHL.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Remaining in Tampa organization

    Day signed a one-year, two-way contract extension with the Lightning on Thursday, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports.

    Day had eight goals and 40 points with AHL Syracuse this season, appearing in 69 games. He also made his NHL debut, playing in two contests. The 24-year-old defenseman will remain as organizational depth for the Lightning, though a good training camp would allow him to challenge for a third-pairing role.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Sent to AHL Syracuse

    Day was reassigned to AHL Syracuse on Saturday.

    Day logged 6:42 of ice time and recorded two hits in his NHL debut. He will reprise his role with the AHL affiliate where he has logged five points in his last 10 appearances. He will continue to hone his game in the minors until another opportunity on the NHL roster presents itself.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Will play against Habs

    Day will be added to the active roster and suit up against Montreal on Tuesday, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports.

    Day will be making his NHL debut after spending the previous four seasons developing in the minors. Selected by the organization in the third round of the 2016 NHL Draft, the Belgian blueliner has garnered two goals and 11 assists in 19 games for the Wolf Pack this year. Once the Lightning get fully fit defensively, Day figures to return to the taxi squad or minors.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Joins taxi squad

    Day was promoted from AHL Syracuse to the taxi squad Monday.

    Day has tallied 13 points in 19 AHL games this season but has yet to make his NHL debut. There's a chance that the 23-year-old defenseman could join the active roster for Tuesday's matchup with Montreal.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Returned to AHL affiliate

    Day was reassigned to AHL Syracuse on Wednesday.

    Day didn't crack the Lightning's lineup during his three-game stay with the big club. The 23-year-old blueliner will almost certainly continue to spend most of his time in the minors going forward.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Brought up to big club

    Day was recalled by the Lightning on Friday.

    Erik Cernak is dealing with a lower-body injury, so Day will be on hand as an extra defenseman for Friday's game versus Seattle. Day has yet to make his NHL debut.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Clears waivers and off to AHL

    Day cleared waivers Monday and has been assigned to the AHL Syracuse Crunch, reports Joe Smith of The Athletic.

    Day, who is long removed from being just one of a handful of players granted exceptional status in the OHL at just 15, set career highs last year with the Crunch for goals (three), assists (12), points (15) and plus/minus (plus-3). And he led the Crunch with 38 PIM, all in 29 games. Day did lead all Crunch blue liners with 12 assists, so there's still hope this big, strong defender will still carve out a bottom-pairing role in the NHL. He may get his debut this year if he continues to show well with Syracuse.

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  • Lightning's Sean Day: Hits waivers

    Day was waived by the Lightning on Sunday, per CBS Sports.

    Day scored three goals and 15 points in 29 games with AHL Syracuse last season. The 23-year-old has yet to make his NHL debut and he likely won't see time on the Lightning's roster this season.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 218 lbs
Birthplace: Leuven, Belgium
Age: 26
Experience: 2
Shoots: Left