Carolina Hurricanes goaltender Frederik Andersen is returning to limited on-ice conditioning work in his recovery from a blood-clotting issue that has sidelined him since November.
Following a career-high in goals last season with the Hurricanes, Brady Skjei remains motivated to bring a Stanley Cup to Carolina.
General manager Don Waddell issued an update on Andersen’s status Monday, saying there’s no timetable for the 34-year-old's return.
Centre played in 890 regular-season games and 120 playoff games.
The Hurricanes signed Aho to an eight-year deal worth $78 million, the richest contract handed out in the history of the franchise.
The deal announced Monday will pay US$1.675 million to the 27-year-old DeAngelo.
General manager Don Waddell said Staal embodies what it means to play for the Hurricanes.
Besieged by injuries to top players, Carolina has counted on players like Jarvis and others to step up in their absence.
The team announced Svechnikov would undergo ACL reconstruction surgery.
Tuesday? Friday? It doesn't matter to Sebastian Aho as long as the Carolina Hurricanes are on the ice.
Necas left home at 15 to suit up with HC Zdar nad Sazavou and HC Kometa Brno, while also representing Czechia on the international stage.
Players placed on IR must sit out a minimum of seven days, but this injury will almost certainly end Pacioretty's season.
The Carolina Hurricanes have signed veteran Paul Stastny to a $1.5 million contract.
Not only is Jaccob Slavin enjoying a strong postseason campaign, the blueliner is up for his second straight Lady Byng Memorial Trophy.
From fist bumps to meeting with fans, the Hurricanes defenceman wants to spread kindness any way he can.
The 6-foot-2, 195-pound forward has been a fixture on Carolina’s top line alongside Sebastian Aho and Teuvo Teravainen.
Brock McGinn doesn’t boast too much when it comes to hitting the links, but he’s proud of what he’s growing with the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs.
The 27-year-old from Denver received 73 of 100 first-place votes submitted by members of the Professional Hockey Writers Association.
Brind’Amour is 120-66-20 in the regular season over three seasons and 17-17 in the playoffs. He's a Jack Adams winner for the first time.
Sebastian Aho is front and centre for a round of This or That.