Utica, N.Y. - The Vancouver Canucks announced that they have reassigned goaltender Thatcher Demko to the Utica Comets, Tuesday.
Demko suffered a concussion during Canucks training camp in September, and has yet to appear in a regular season game with either team this year.
The third-year netminder has appeared in 91 career games with the Comets where he is the franchise's all-time leader in career and single-season wins.
Throughout his career with the Comets thus far, Demko holds a record of 47-30-11, with a 2.55 goals-against average and a .915 save percentage.
He also has one win in the NHL, coming out victorious in his only appearance with the Canucks last season.
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