The Sharks have recalled forwards Timo Meier and Danny O’Regan ahead of their four-game road trip that begins Monday in Dallas.

Forward Jannik Hansen left Saturday’s game against Anaheim in the third period and did not return after taking an apparent stick to the head from defenseman Brandon Montour. His status is not known, as coach Pete DeBoer did not offer any update after San Jose’s 2-1 loss.

Hansen is with the team in Dallas, though his playing status is up in the air. 

In 26 games with the Sharks this season, Meier has five points (3g, 2a). In 21 games with the AHL Barracuda, he’s posted nine goals and 12 assists for 21 points in 32 games. The 20-year-old first round pick in 2015 (ninth overall), Meier was reassigned to the Barracuda on Feb. 16.

O’Regan, a 23-year-old Boston University product, made his NHL debut on Nov. 21, going scoreless. The center leads the Barracuda with 52 points (20g, 32a) in 54 games.

In six games since he was acquired from Vancouver, Hansen has one assist and a minus-one rating, skating on the left wing of the Joe Thornton-Joe Pavelski line. Tomas Hertl skated in his place on that line late in the Ducks game, while Meier started in that spot for four games in early January.

In a corresponding move, Ryan Carpenter was reassigned to the Barracuda.