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The New Jersey Devils have claimed forward Ryan Carter on waivers from the Florida Panthers. The Devils announced the move on Wednesday and said the five-year veteran will join the team on its road trip in Phoenix. Carter was scoreless in seven games this season. He has 14 goals and 21 assists in 189 career games with Anaheim, Carolina and Florida.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- The New Jersey Devils have claimed forward Ryan Carter on waivers from the Florida Panthers.
The Devils have signed two players to contracts as the team continues to recover from a recent string of debilitating injuries.
The first signing came in the form of Ryan Carter who was put on waivers by the Florida Panthers. Most recently, however, the Devils have signed Steve Bernier to a contract with the AHL affiliate, the Albany Devils.
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The Panthers must officially decide whether to keep the rookie Erik Gudbranson after the teams ninth game Thursday night against Ottawa.
Not long after David Booth was traded to Vancouver on Saturday night, general manager Dale Tallon walked into a conference room at BankAtlantic Center with a scowl on his face.
Panthers rookie defenseman Erik Gudbranson received the word in practice today that he will be staying with Florida.
The Panthers must officially decide whether to keep the rookie Erik Gudbranson after the team’s ninth game — Thursday night against Ottawa.
The Panthers rallied to tie it with 47.1 seconds left, and then gave up the winning tally with only 2.5 seconds remaining.
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