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Hurricanes Announce Development Camp Roster

Ron Francis, Executive Vice President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today announced the roster for the team’s 2017 development camp to take place in Raleigh from June 28 through July 1.

Hurricanes Announce Development Camp Roster

The Hurricanes Prospects Development Camp will feature all eight members of the team’s 2017 draft class, as well as other previously-drafted/acquired players’ authentic NHL jerseys and select invitees. The 29-player roster includes four goaltenders, eight defensemen and 17 forwards.

During development camp, the players will go through off-ice training and educational sessions, as well as on-ice sessions. The prospects’ 5:30 p.m. on-ice sessions on June 28 and 29, as well as the Canes Prospect Game at noon on July 1 (part of the Summerfest Celebration), will be open to the media and public. The on-ice session on Friday, June 30, at 11 a.m. will be closed to the public, but open to the media.

Jooris, 26, split the 2016-17 season between the New York Rangers and the Arizona Coyotes, totaling 12 points (4g, 8a) and 16 penalty minutes in 54 games. The Burlington, Ont., native has appeared in 173 career NHL games with the Calgary Flames, Rangers and Coyotes, registering 49 points (20g, 29a) and 71 penalty minutes. He played nine Stanley Cup playoff games with the Flames during the 2014-15 postseason.

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Prior to turning professional, Jooris (6’1″, 187 lbs.) played three seasons and Union College, scoring 29 goals and adding 59 assists (88 points) in 117 career collegiate games. He signed with the Flames as an undrafted free agent July 30, 2013.

So when can we expect hockey activities to resume? I don’t have any specific dates in front of my authentic NHL jerseys wholesale, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see members of the Hurricanes trickle back into town and hop back on the ice around mid- to late-August. Training camp opens in mid-September, so you’ll likely see some sort of unofficial on-ice happenings taking place in the weeks prior.

The Hurricanes’ coaching staff underwent a few changes this offseason. Bill Peters, Steve Smith and Rod Brind’Amour are remaining in their current capacities. And video coach Chris Huffine got some help with the addition of L.J. Scarpace jersey. Where the majority of the change occurred was in the goaltending department.


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David Marcoux’s contract was not renewed, and the team hired Mike Bales as its new goaltending coach. Bales’ track record is impressive. He comes from Pittsburgh, where he served as the Pens’ goaltending coach for the last four cheap hockey jersey seasons and won back-to-back Stanley Cups.

Curtis Joseph won’t be returning this season, so the Canes hired Paul Schonfelder as its minor-league goalie consultant. Schonfelder has spent the last three seasons as the goalie coach for the OHL’s Ottawa 67s. He’s also worked internationally with Hockey Canada.

The main attraction at The Eye this fall will be the new Hurricanes jerseys, revealed in late June. Adidas is the new on-ice manufacturer of the authentic sweaters, while Fanatics will handle replicas and Outerwear will produce youth wear. If you haven’t seen the new threads, 1) where have you been?! and 2) we’ve got you covered right here. Like what you can see? You can be notified when these new jerseys arrive in The Eye by filling out this form. And, a special edition 20th Anniversary patch will be included for those who fill out the form and purchase their new Canes sweater.

You’ll also see more Adidas-branded merchandise land in The Eye in time for the start of the season. New player tees featuring Scott Darling and Justin Williams jersey are already in stock!

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Alexander Radulov signs five-year contract with Stars

Forward Alexander Radulov signed a five-year, $31.25 million contract with the Dallas Stars on Monday.

Radulov, who turns 31 on July 5, became an unrestricted free agent Saturday and decided between the Stars and Montreal Canadiens. He said Montreal made a similar offer after he agreed to terms with Dallas but wasn’t going to go back on the contract, which has an average annual value of $6.25 million.

“When I put everything on the table and I saw what I have, it was easy decision to go to Dallas,” Radulov said. “With Montreal, I don’t think we even got that close, in my opinion.

“The money was basically at the same level. For me it was more the term because I really wanted five years at least on my deal and I want to play and not worry about it. Just play hard and try to win.”

Stars captain Jamie Benn was a key part of the sales pitch when he called and spoke to Radulov for about 10 minutes about the city and the Stars.

“He called me like three days ago right when we started talking,” Radulov said. “He told me about the team, about the guys, about the city. And I really liked it and I’m really thankful for the Dallas organization to give me a chance to play with a great player.”

Radulov also spoke with Stars coach Ken Hitchcock and a friend who played for Hitchcock with the Columbus Blue Jackets. The additions of goalie Ben Bishop, defenseman Marc Methot and center Martin Hanzal were signs to Radulov that Dallas is headed in the right direction.

“No doubt that was huge,” Radulov said. “You always want to play on the teams that have a chance to win, and I really saw that in Dallas. Yes, they had couple [of] tough years in the past … but when you look [at the offseason] you see that the team really wants to build and win.”

While Radulov did his research, the Stars did their due diligence on Radulov, who returned to the NHL last season after spending the previous four with CSKA Moscow in the Kontinental Hockey League.

“We watched him perform in Montreal, played very well, he’s been one of the top players in the world, it’s no secret,” Stars general manager Jim Nill said. “Then we made some calls on him, we know a lot of people that played with him and that everybody raved about him, about his personality. And then when I had a chance to talk to him, once we hit free agency, I was so impressed.”

Radulov had 54 points (18 goals, 36 assists) in 76 games with Montreal last season, finishing second in points behind forward Max Pacioretty (67). Radulov led the Canadiens with seven points (two goals, five assists) in six games during the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Selected by the Nashville Predators with the No. 15 pick in the 2004 NHL Draft, Radulov had 95 points (44 goals, 51 assists) in two seasons with Nashville from 2006-08 before playing four seasons for Salavat Yulayev Ufa of the KHL. He returned to the Predators in 2011-12 for nine regular-season games and the playoffs.

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Mikhail Sergachev embraces new opportunity with the Lightning

Mikhail Sergachev was on vacation with his family in Cyprus when he received a message on his cell phone that would change his life forever.

“Some fan texted me and said, ‘Good luck in Tampa,’ and I was like, “What?” said the newest member of the Tampa Bay Lightning. “My phone doesn’t work here in Cyprus, so (Montreal Canadiens general manager) Marc Bergevin couldn’t call me.”

Sergachev said he immediately went on social media to find out what was going on and read about his trade to the Lightning on Twitter. Sergachev was dealt to Tampa Bay on Thursday in exchange for Jonathan Drouin.

“My reaction was like, I don’t know,” Sergachev said. “When I got drafted by the Habs, I was a big fan of them and I played for them. But then I got traded and first reaction was I was kind of frustrated and shocked but after that, it’s a new opportunity for me.”

Sergachev was picked by Montreal with the ninth overall selection in the 2016 NHL Draft and impressed the Canadiens enough in training camp to earn a spot on the Opening Night roster. Sergachev made his NHL debut on October 13, 2016 at Buffalo and played two more games with the Habs before being sent back to his junior team in Windsor. Sergachev got in one more game with Montreal in the final game of the regular season to finish plus-one through four NHL games before rejoining the Spitfires for their playoff run.

In his second season with Windsor, Sergachev scored 10 goals, added 33 assists and was plus-22 through 50 regular season games. He helped Windsor win the prestigious Memorial Cup to conclude his junior season and was named to the Memorial Cup All-Star Team.

Sergachev said once he did a little more research on the Lightning following the trade, his excitement to become a part of the franchise grew.

“I’ve heard a lot about the organization and they play fast hockey and they play offensive hockey,” he said. “They have some great players and they have a great coaching staff and management. It’s just awesome.”

Sergachev is still juniors eligible for one more season, but Tampa Bay general manager Steve Yzerman said the organization “will give Mikhail an opportunity to make our team” coming out of training camp. For his part, Sergachev feels he’s ready to make the full-time leap to the NHL. In 2015-16, his first season in the Ontario Hockey League, Sergachev won the Max Kaminsky Trophy as the league’s most outstanding defenseman, becoming the youngest rookie to win the award and second-youngest defenseman overall to receive the honor.

“I feel like I had enough juniors and I played a lot in juniors and I learned a lot in those two years,” Sergachev said. “I feel like this is my time to play in the NHL, and I’ll do my best and I’ll play my best to make the Lightning roster.”

Lightning fans will get an early opportunity to see Sergachev up close. The 18-year-old left-handed shot said he will attend the Bolts’ development camp from June 27 through July 1. The camp will be held at the Brandon Ice Sports Forum and is free and open to the public.