UPDATE (10:15 a.m. on Tuesday) -- The Sharks have officially recalled forwards Tomas Hertl and Barclay Goodrow and defenseman Mirco Mueller from Worcester, the team announced Tuesday morning.
SAN JOSE -- Sharks forwards Tomas Hertl and Barclay Goodrow, and defenseman Mirco Mueller are all expected to be back in San Jose on Tuesday when the Sharks resume practice following the All-Star break, according to a team source.
The three young prospects were reassigned to the Sharks' AHL affiliate just before the league shut down for several days.
In two games with Worcester Hertl tallied two assists, as the Sharks wanted to get him more minutes playing the center position. Just before the break, Hertl skated in his first four games in the NHL at center, where the Sharks are hopeful he will play in the future.
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In two games, Goodrow was scoreless with nine penalty minutes.
Mueller, on a conditioning assignment as he recovers from a left wrist injury, had one goal, a -2 rating and four penalty minutes in three games with Worcester. The 19-year-old is not eligible to remain there, due to his age.
The Sharks host Anaheim on Thursday.