Alexandre Bolduc was in and out in a flash.
The centre played two games for the Moose over the weekend and was then recalled by the parent Vancouver Canucks on Sunday.
The 25-year-old Montreal native was needed for Sunday night’s game against the St. Louis Blues because Mason Raymond was suffering from the flu. The Canucks were hoping Bolduc could get to Vancouver in time for the game because they didn’t have an extra forward available to replace Raymond.
Bolduc suffered an ankle injury while playing in the Canucks season-opener on Oct. 9 against Los Angeles.
He was sent to Manitoba on a conditioning stint but failed to hit the score sheet in either game against Oklahoma City.