Toledo Walleye forward Dylan Sadowy was reassigned to the Grand Rapids Griffins today, and while it’s unknown whether Sadowy’s promotion involves a Griffins injury, there’s no doubt that he’s earned his call-up.
The Toledo Blade’s Mark Monroe profiled Sadowy today, discussing the forward’s redemptive season in ECHL:
You always want to get back up to that next level,” he said. “You hope to get that call. You always want to play at the highest level you can. I hope to get into some games and perform.”
It was Sadowy’s performance of late that led to his promotion. Sadowy extended his point streak to four straight games on Sunday.
The native of Woodbridge, Ont. has bounced between Toledo and Grand Rapids in his first two seasons. So far this year he has tallied 21 points with six goals and 15 assists in 30 games with the ECHL Western Conference-leading Walleye.
Sadowy has accumulated nine points in his last 10 games with four goals and five assists.
“I’ve been getting my confidence back here,” Sadowy said. “The guys here help you get through [tough stretches]. I’m getting into a groove.”