Strome was expected to join the Coyotes earlier this month, but a clean bill of health from fellow center Derek Stepandeemed his recall unnecessary. The former third overall pick was then returned to the minors only hours later.
With the AHL's Tucson Roadrunners this season, the first-year pro has tallied a team-leading 50 points in 47 games. He also ranks second in scoring among minor-league freshmen, behind Winnipeg's Mason Appleton.
Strome has tallied one goal and one assist in 18 NHL appearances.
Changes could be on the horizon in the NHL, as the league wants to give the situation room final say on goaltender interference challenges.
Senior executive director of hockey operations Colin Campbell made the announcement Tuesday at the general managers meetings in Boca Raton, Fla., according to David Amber of Hockey Night in Canada. Campbell added that the league has reached out to the NHLPA for approval, and it's already being reviewed by the players' union.
As it currently stands, decisions on goaltender interference challenges are left up to the referees, a process that's drawn criticism for its inconsistent results throughout the season.
The oft-controversial regulation was on the agenda for the general managers meetings in Boca Raton, Fla., on Tuesday, but there wasn't enough support for tweaking it.
The current rule states that if a player's skate is in the air, but not over the blue line, the play is still offside. The definition, combined with coach's challenges, has created plenty of issues over the last few seasons, including during Game 1 of last year's Stanley Cup Final.
GMs will continue to gather in Florida until Wednesday.
After he returned last week from a high ankle sprain that cost him 15 games, some wondered why Eichel would risk further injury with nothing on the line. The Sabres All-Star effectively put that narrative to rest.
"It's a bit frustrating for myself to get that question from people because it's a pretty simple answer, to be honest with you: I'm playing because I'm a hockey player," Eichel told John Vogl of The Buffalo News. "It's kind of ridiculous for somebody to think the fact that we're out of the playoffs and we don't have an opportunity to really do anything with our season that I would just pack my year in. It's not who I am as a person. It's not who I've ever been and not who I am as a hockey player."
"I think there should be a lot more questions asked if I decided I did want to pack it in and end my season because I had an ankle injury," he continued.
Despite missing a considerable chunk of the season, the 21-year-old leads the last-place Sabres with 54 points in 57 games.
Trouba was forced from Sunday's contest after a hard collision with Dallas Stars' captain Jamie Benn in just his second appearance since returning from a lower-body injury that kept him out 20 games. There is no timeline for a recovery at this point.
When available this season, Trouba has logged nearly 22 minutes per contest, contributing three goals and 19 assists in 52 games.
After revealing his starter was fully healthy and ready to play on Monday, head coach Claude Julien confirmed Price will start the club's next contest, marking his first appearance since suffering a concussion Feb. 20.
Price has yet to get on track this season, posting a 15-22-6 record with a .904 save percentage.