Mathieu Carle

D / Anaheim Ducks / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • Ducks Send Down Carle

    News: Mathieu Carle was among the Ducks' first round of cuts, the LA Times reports.
    Analysis: Also getting the ax from the Ducks were center Mark Bell, right wing Matt Kennedy, defenseman Jake Newton and center Rick Schofield.
  • Ducks Sign Carle

    News: Carle has signed a one-year contract with the Ducks, the team's official site reports.
    Analysis: The Ducks wasted little time inking Carle to a deal, as the Canadiens had just traded him to Anaheim last Friday. In 2010-11, he spent 68 games with AHL Hamilton, racking up 11 goals, 18 assists and a plus-19 rating. This is a depth signing for the Ducks.
  • Carle Traded to Ducks

    News: Carle was traded to the Ducks on Friday in exchange for Mark Mitera, the Ducks' official site reports.
    Analysis: Carle played all of last season with the Hamilton Bulldogs of the AHL. He tallied 29 points in 68 games.
  • Habs Announce Carle to Minors

    News: Montreal announced Tuesday that Carle will be joining the Hamilton Bulldogs of the AHL.
    Analysis: The depth at the blue line for Montreal right now made it very difficult for Carle to end up on the opening roster. He should be up and down between the NHL and AHL squad this year based upon injuries or trades to the current cast of Montreal defensemen.
  • Carle sent back to AHL

    News: The Canadiens have assigned D Mathieu Carle to the AHL.
    Analysis: Carle is one of the Canadiens' top prospects on defense but is not worth owning in seasonal Fantasy play right now.
  • Canadiens bring Carle up from AHL

    News: The Canadiens have recalled D Mathieu Carle from the AHL.
    Analysis: Carle is one of the Canadiens' top prospects on defense, but is returning from a concussion and isn't likely to get enough minutes to be worth using in seasonal Fantasy play.
  • Carle cleared to play

    News: The Hamilton Spectator reports that Canadiens D Mathieu Carle, who suffered a concussion back in a preseason game on Sept. 24, has been cleared to play and will resume his season soon with the Hamilton Bulldogs.
    Analysis: Carle is one of the Canadiens' top prospects on defense, but the 21-year-old was a long shot to make the roster. This injury all but puts him back in the minors. It's safe to ignore Carle in Fantasy until further notice.
  • Carle carted off ice Wednesday

    News: Montreal defenseman Mathieu Carle was carried off the ice on a stretcher after being hit by Detroit's Tomas Kopecky during an exhibition game Wednesday night. Carle lost and regained consciousness on the ice after the hit. He was taken to Detroit Medical Center for further testing. The injury happened about 5 minutes into the exhibition game. Kopecky hit Carle after he had passed the puck at the Red Wings blue line.
    Analysis: Carle is one of the Canadiens' top prospects on defense, but the soon-to-be 21-year-old was a longshot to make the roster. This injury all but puts him back in the minors. It's safe to ignore Carle in Fantasy until further notice.
  • Habs trim roster significantly

    News: The Montreal Canadiens announced they were sending Andrew Archer, Mathieu Aubin, Ajay Baines, Thomas Beauregard, Mathieu Biron, Jimmy Bonneau, Mathieu Carle, Jean-Philippe Cote, Yann Danis, Jonathan Ferland, Jon Gleed, Marvin Degon, Loic Lacasse, Janne Lahti, Francis Lemieux, Corey Locke, Eric Manlow, Duncan Milroy, Jamie Rivers, Ryan Russell, Gregory Stewart, Cory Urquhart and Pavel Valentenko to Hamilton of the AHL on Monday.
    Analysis: Well, it looks like the Bulldogs roster is mostly set. Danis loses out to Jaroslav Halak and Cristobal Huet for one of the two goaltender spots for the Habs. Ben Maxwell and Ryan White were also assigned to Kootenay and Calgary of the junior ranks. Only Carle has any long-term keeper Fantasy value, but he is battling back from injury right now.
  • Habs D Carle sprains knee

    News: Canadiens prospect Mathieu Carle will be out eight weeks due to a sprained ligament in his left knee and fellow defenseman Andrew Archer broke a cheek during a fight. Both players were injured during the Canadiens' 3-2 overtime victory against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Monday night.
    Analysis: Carle is a good-looking prospect in all long-term keeper Fantasy formats, but he is not worth a look in any seasonal leagues at this point.