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BOBBY SANGUINETTI RUMORS

Hurricanes Sign Aaron Palushaj, Mike Murphy, Lose Bobby Sanguinetti by   Steven Ellis

The Carolina Hurricanes have signed Aaron Palushaj to a one year contract worth $600,000, as well as goaltender Mike Murphy to a one year, $550,000 contract. Palushaj was drafted 44th overall in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft by the St. Louis Blues. Palushaj previously played junior hockey in the USHL with Des Moines Buccaneers before playing two-years of collegiate hockey with the [...]
Via The Hockey House
July 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Bobby Sanguinetti & Brett Bellemore's new contracts

A couple weeks ago, Chip Alexander broke the news that the Hurricanes will let their potential unrestricted free agents test the market and they aren't going to lose a ton of value by doing this. The only player who will be difficult to replace is back-up goaltender Dan Ellis and even then, they might be able to find someone of equal talent for a low cost with goaltender performance...
Via Shutdown Line
June 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Storm Aftermath: Bobby Sanguinetti

A defense corps going through a rebuilding period can be painful to watch at times and it certainly was for the Hurricanes this year. The team has drafted a lot of defensemen in recent years and have added many other prospects through trades, so there has been a lot of new blood coming in an out of the Hurricanes blue-line. Most of these prospects are still very young and not ready...
Via Shutdown Line
May 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Three Hurricanes defensemen hurt

Three Carolina Hurricanes defensemen were hurt Tuesday night during a game against the Florida Panthers. Bobby Sanguinetti appeared to take a skate to the face, and Justin Faulk sustained an apparent right leg injury shortly before Tim Gleason was hit with a high stick. Faulk was hurt midway through the second period when he collided with Jack Skille behind the net and hobbled...
Via AP on Fox
March 19, 2013  |  Discuss

3 Hurricanes defensemen hurt vs. Florida

Three Carolina Hurricanes defensemen were hurt Tuesday night during a game against the Florida Panthers. Bobby Sanguinetti appeared to take a skate to the face, and Justin Faulk sustained an apparent right leg injury shortly before Tim Gleason was hit with a high stick. Faulk was hurt midway through the second period when he collided with Jack Skille behind the net and hobbled...
Via Fox Sports
March 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Sanguinetti caps 'Canes comeback vs. Islanders

UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) -- Bobby Sanguinetti waited quite a while for his first NHL goal, that came at a perfect time for the Carolina Hurricanes. The 24-year-old defenseman snapped a tie midway through the third period, and the Hurricanes rallied to beat the inconsistent New York Islanders 4-2 and snap a three-game losing streak Sunday night. Sanguinetti, a first-round draft pick...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
February 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Hurricanes top 25 Under 25: #8 Bobby Sanguinetti

Bobby Sanguinetti is a player who has fallen on tough luck during his time in the pros. After being a first round selection by the New York Rangers in the 2006 NHL Draft and being an offensive stud during junior hockey, he has yet to make any sort of impact in the NHL. Part of the reason for this is because his game is pretty one-dimensional. As an offensive defenseman, Sanguinetti...
Via Shutdown Line
August 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Hurricanes Recall Former Rangers #1 Pick Sanguinetti

The Carolina Hurricanes announced they have recalled former Rangers 2006 first round pick Bobby Sanguinetti and he could make his season debut tonight at Madison Square Garden.Sanguinetti ranks second on the Charlotte Checkers (AHL) and seventh among all AHL blueliners this season with 35 points.The Rangers traded Sanguinetti to the Hurricanes on draft day in 2010 for a 5th round...
Via NY Rangers Blog
March 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Reviewing the 2006 Draft

Drafts are a tricky beast. It is almost impossible to really evaluate how a team did on draft day, or for several years following the draft. The general rule of thumb is to wait three or four years before really digging down and seeing how a team performed in the draft. Waiting five years, as we have done with this post and the 2006 draft, just adds a little more solid fact to what...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
November 18, 2011  |  Discuss
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