Carolina Hurricanes Sign Goalie to PTO

The Carolina Hurricanes are coming off a four-point week, going 2-1-0 with wins over the Philadelphia Flyers last Monday and an overtime win over the New York Islanders on Saturday; they lost on Thursday to the New York Rangers. Frederik Andersen went 1-1-0, stopping 50 of 54 shots, while Antti Raanta got the overtime win over the Islanders, allowing three goals on 25 shots. Today, they brought in Goalie Jaroslav Halak on a free agent tryout as Frederik Andersen is dealing with a medical issue and is currently undergoing evaluations. There was no other news currently, but more would come later, according to Hurricanes PR and Elliotte Friedman. The signing of Halak signifies some issues with Pyotr Kochetkov, who has struggled in his most recent call-up, going 0-3-0 in the three games he played with a .836 save percentage and a 4.33 GAA.

Roster Moves By The Numbers

Frederik Andersen

Andersen is in the 11th season of his career and his third with the Hurricanes. In his career with Carolina, he had appeared in 92 games, going 60-26-4 with a .914 save percentage and a 2.32 GAA with five shutouts. This season, he is 4-1-0 in six games with a .894 save percentage, a career-worst, and a 2.87 GAA. He finished fourth in the Vezina voting in his first season with Carolina.

Jaroslav Halak  

Halak is entering his 18th season, spending time with the Montreal Canadiens, St. Louis Blues, Washington Capitals, New York Islanders, Boston Bruins, Vancouver Canucks, and New York Rangers. In his career, he is 285-189-69 in 581 career games with a .915 save percentage and a 2.50 GAA. He most recently played for the Rangers, where last season he served as the backup to Igor Shesterkin, and he appeared in 25 games, going 10-9-5 with a .903 save percentage and a 2.72 GAA.

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