Stalock, Tierney reassigned to Barracuda, Grosenick recalled

The Sharks have made a few roster moves following last night's loss.

The Sharks have reassigned Alex Stalock and Chris Tierney to the San Jose Barracuda and recalled Troy Grosenick, the team announced. Stalock's is a conditioning assignment that can last up to 14 days.

In ten games this season (four starts), Stalock has an .893 save percentage and a 2.98 goals against average. He hasn't started since December 18 in Ottawa, though he did play the third period in relief of Martin Jones last night.

Tierney has had a disappointing season on the scoresheet, tallying only three goals and five assists in 36 games after scoring six goals and fifteen points in 43 games in 2014–15. Two of his three goals were empty netters.

Grosenick has a .902 save percentage and 3.03 goals against average in 16 games for the Barracuda this season. He played two games for the Sharks last year, making 45 saves to shut out the Hurricanes in his NHL debut and allowing three goals on 13 shots in his second start.

The Sharks are off until Thursday night when the Red Wings come to town.