Fresh off signing a two-year extension with the New Jersey Devils last week, goaltender Isaac Poulter has been promoted to the big leagues.

Poulter was called up by the NHL team this morning and will practice with the Devils this afternoon.

The former Broncos netminder has appeared in 24 games in the AHL for the Utica Comets this season going 14-7-1 with 2.70 goals against average and a .908 save percentage in his second season at the pro level.

Poulter's new two-way contract last week worth $1.625 million, spread across two years, allowed the Devils to promote the 22-year-old to the NHL.

The Winnipeg, Man., product played 137 regular season games for Swift Current between 2018 and 2022 compiling a 35-87-12 record with 3.76 goals against average and a .898 save percentage. He was named to the WHL Second All-Star Team for his 2021-22 campaign.