ZACH BOYCHUK NEWS

Boychuk sent back to Checkers

The Canes on Saturday reassigned forward Zach Boychuk to the Charlotte Checkers (AHL). Boychuk was called up Friday from the Checkers and played in the Canes’ 2-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings. He had 15:24 of ice time in the road win.
Via Pro Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Checkers, Boychuk back for another 'taste'

The Charlotte Checkers are back in PNC Arena to play hockey again, but Saturday won't be as momentous a day. Which has nothing to do with the Checkers or their AHL game against the Abbotsford Heat. A year ago, the Checkers had a Jan. 6 game against the Norfolk Admirals in the arena. The NHL was caught up in the lockout, although there were signs of progress the day before the...
Via Pro Sports Daily
February 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Canes Activate Riley Nash from Injured Reserve

Jim Rutherford, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that the team has activated forward Riley Nash from injured reserve. The team also reassigned forwards Zach Boychuk and Brett Sutter to the Charlotte Checkers of the American Hockey League (AHL).
Via Pro Sports Daily
January 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Mike Augello: Disinterested, Disorganized Leafs Drilled In Carolina

The post-Winter Classic funk continued with disastrous results for the Toronto Maple Leafs, as Carolina Hurricanes scored early and often in a 6-1 pummeling at PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC. Zach Boychuk, Jeff Skinner, Patrick Dwyer, John-Michael Liles, Jordan Staal and Elias Lindholm scored for the Hurricanes, who with the victory move into the second wild card spot in the Eastern...
Via HockeyBuzz
January 10, 2014  |  Discuss

This is a Horrible Penguins and/or Hurricanes Hat

*Jordan Staal joke* *Brandon Sutter joke* *Ron Francis joke* *Zach Boychuk joke* *Bill Cowher joke* This is the first PSAMP sports post of 2014...I'm getting my footing back and didn't want to pop a comedy hammy. Fill in your own Mad Lib about this monstrosity of a Pittsburgh Penguins and/or Carolina Hurricanes hat with any of the above choices. via Jared via Brad.
Via PSAMP
January 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Hurricanes rally for 5-4 overtime win over Canadiens

The Carolina Hurricanes ended a five-game winless streak and closed 2013 with a victory. And what a victory it was. Alexander Semin’s goal lifted the Canes to a wild 5-4 overtime win against the Montreal Canadiens at PNC Arena on Tuesday night, leaving everyone in a festive mood on New Year’s Eve. Trailing 3-0 after two periods, the Canes appeared headed to another deflating...
Via Pro Sports Daily
January 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Hurricanes' Tlusty out 2-3 weeks after appendectomy

Carolina Hurricanes forward Jiri Tlusty will miss two to three weeks after having his appendix removed. The Hurricanes filled his spot by recalling forward Zach Boychuk from Charlotte of the AHL. The moves were announced Friday, about nine hours before Carolina's game against the Eastern Conference-leading Pittsburgh Penguins. The team says Tlusty underwent an emergency appendectomy...
Via AP on Fox
December 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Carolina Hurricane Place Jiri Tlusty on IR

RALEIGH, NC – Jim Rutherford, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, announced today that the team has recalled forward Zach Boychuk from Charlotte of the American Hockey League (AHL). In addition, the team placed forward Jiri Tlusty on injured reserve after he underwent an emergency appendectomy on Tuesday. Tlusty is expected to miss...
Via Kukla's Korner
December 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Tlusty out 2-3 weeks after emergency Appendectomy

Jim Rutherford, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, announced today that the team has recalled forward Zach Boychuk from Charlotte of the American Hockey League (AHL). In addition, the team placed forward Jiri Tlusty on injured reserve after he underwent an emergency appendectomy on Tuesday. Tlusty is expected to miss two to three...
Via Pro Sports Daily
December 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Matt Karash: Quick Mon practice update + Zach Boychuk + Matt Corrente "inside the game"

The report out of Canes practice today was mostly that of injuries. Gleason, Semin and Ruutu all took the day off. None of these are said to be serious injuries. All 3 are sort of day-to-day. Elias Lindholm did not take part in practice but did conditionings skating afterward. Minus 3 regular forwards, I do not think there was much to be gleaned from who skated with whom at...
Via HockeyBuzz
September 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Matt Karash: Hurricanes Training Camp: Update + Mon-Wed practice preview

On Sunday, the Canes put Justin Peters, Zach Boychuk, Jared Staal, Nicolas Blanchard, Zach Boychuk, Aaron Palushaj and Michal Jordan on waivers with intent to send them to Charlotte whose training camp starts Monday. Each of these players must clear waivers, meaning that any other NHL team can claim them as long as it is willing to keep them at the NHL level. If my count is right...
Via HockeyBuzz
September 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Matt Karash: The Zach Boychuk blog: Best people story 4 days into Canes training camp

If you are checking in after a weekend away from the internet because of the beautiful weather in Raleigh, you can find my notes from yesterday’s Red-White scrimmage HERE. Deservedly noted in the scrimmage report is the play of Zach Boychuk. After notching 2 goals in the scrimmage on Saturday, he was noticeably good and just noticeably noticeable jamming with Tim Gleason...
Via HockeyBuzz
September 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Training Camp Battles: 3rd Line Left Wingers

Continuing our look at what positions could be up for grabs during training camp, we will stay on the third line and look at which players will be battling for the two wing spots on the third line. In my post on the team's battle for the third line center, I mentioned that it's basically open season for all of the Hurricanes bottom-six and they still need to figure out what...
Via Shutdown Line
September 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Boychuk signs one-year contract with Hurricanes

Zach Boychuk has a new contract with the Carolina Hurricanes. His job now: make the team. Boychuk 23 signed a one-year two-way contract Tuesday with the Canes that will pay him $550000 on the NHL level or $105000 on the American Hockey League level in the 2013-2014 season. Boychuk has spent much of the past four seasons in the AHL playing a total of 85 NHL games. The Canes’ first...
Via Pro Sports Daily
August 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Matt Karash: Results of Canes youth poll + few quick comments

Thanks to everyone who took a couple minutes to complete the Canes youth poll. Here are the results: 1-Which long-time Canes forward prospect is most likely to rise up in training camp, seize a spot and make the biggest contribution during the 2013-14 season? Zac Dalpe 28%; Zach Boychuk 0%; Riley Nash 38%; Brett Sutter 18%; Drayson Bowman 18% 2-Which younger Canes forward...
Via HockeyBuzz
August 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Top 25 Under 25: #18 Zach Boychuk

Position: Left Wing/Center Height: 5'10" Weight: 185 lbs. Drafted: 1st Round, 2008 Age: 23 Last Year's Ranking: 12 I know what you're thinking. "Why is Zach Boychuk even on this list? He was waived by three different teams last year and will never make the NHL. Is he even with the Hurricanes?" I understand it, though. Boychuk hasn't mixed...
Via Shutdown Line
August 01, 2013  |  Discuss

What is keeping the Hurricanes from signing Sergey Tolchinsky?

If you were following any of the Hurricanes development camp, then chances are you've heard a lot about Sergey Tolchinsky. He was invited to camp as an undrafted player and has really caught the attention of a lot of people. He was easily the best skater during the morning practices, showed a very creative skillset in shootout drills and was the best player on the ice during...
Via Shutdown Line
July 21, 2013  |  Discuss

The State of Carolina's Prospects: Left Wingers

A few days ago, we reviewed Carolina's prospect depth at center and talked about how the Hurricanes are in relatively good shape at this position in both the present and future. The same can't be said about the wingers, specifically the left wing. At the NHL level, they have Jeff Skinner and Jiri Tlusty, who are both in their early to mid-20's so their top-six is set...
Via Shutdown Line
June 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Hurricanes may eye forward with fifth pick

When the Carolina Hurricanes pick fifth overall on Sunday at the NHL Draft in Newark, it will mark the highest they will have selected in eight years. In that 2005 draft, they took American defenseman Jack Johnson third overall but Johnson never played for the Canes, as general manager Jim Rutherford sent him to Los Angeles in a deal that brought defenseman Tim Gleason to Raleigh...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
June 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Hurricanes may eye forward with fifth pick

When the Carolina Hurricanes pick fifth overall on Sunday at the NHL Draft in Newark, it will mark the highest they will have selected in eight years. In that 2005 draft, they took American defenseman Jack Johnson third overall but Johnson never played for the Canes, as general manager Jim Rutherford sent him to Los Angeles in a deal that brought defenseman Tim Gleason to Raleigh...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
June 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Rebuilding the bottom-six

Between their minimal scoring contributions, lack of size, poor defensive play and general inconsistencies, the bottom-six was a major troubling point for the Hurricanes this season. It wasn't supposed to be a problem going into the year because on paper, the Canes had plenty of depth forwards to make up their bottom-six and had plenty of guys who they could supposedly count...
Via Shutdown Line
May 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Charlotte Checkers Statistical Stars

The Charlotte Checkers season came to a disappointing end last weekend when they lost their first-round series to the Oklahoma City Barons on the heels of two blowout losses. Disappointing ending aside, it was a great season for Charlotte as the team managed to finish fourth in their conference despite using 42 different skaters and having to deal with numerous roster changes once...
Via Shutdown Line
May 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Penguins Gameday 47 - New Jersey Devils

Pittsburgh Penguins (35-11-0) @ New Jersey Devils (18-18-10) ROOT, NBCSN, MSG PLUS, 7:30 pm/et Prudential Center - Newark, NJ Two games left, both against non-playoff teams. The Pens can't go anywhere in the standings, so we're just hoping for no more injuries. Season Series: 1-2-0 Last meeting that counted: February 10, 2013. Penguins...
Via The Pensblog
April 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Untapped Resources: Do some of Carolina's younger players deserve more of a chance?

One of the many things that I like about Kirk Muller is that he has been willing to give many young players a chance to succeed. Since his arrival, Muller has been the "Anti-Paul Murice" of sort where he has given most of the Hurricanes younger players top-nine minutes during their call-ups instead of just plugging them into checking line roles. He sort of did this out...
Via Shutdown Line
April 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Hurricanes make roster moves

The Carolina Hurricanes have activated forward Tuomo Ruutu from the injured non-roster list and claimed former first-round draft pick Zach Boychuk off waivers. The team also placed defenseman Joe Corvo on injured reserve retroactive to March 16 as part of a series of moves announced Thursday before its game against New Jersey. Ruutu will make his season debut after sitting out...
Via Fox Sports
March 21, 2013  |  Discuss

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