• Canes' Jordan Re-Signs With Team

    News: Michal Jordan and the Hurricanes agreed to terms on a one-year deal that will pay Jordan $625,000 next season. "Michal took great strides last season, and continued that progress when he represented his home country as it hosted the World Championship," said GM Ron Francis. "He's still a young defenseman, and we expect him to continue to improve going forward."
    Analysis: The 24-year-old registered two goals and four assists for six points in 38 games for the 'Canes this season, all career-bests. He also spent time in the AHL with Charlotte, appearing in 30 games and totaling 11 points. Michal Jordan again figures to split time between the NHL and AHL next season, but it sounds as though the Hurricanes view him as a part of their future.
  • Canes' Jordan Sits Out Versus Wild

    News: Michal Jordan was a healthy scratch Friday against Minnesota. Coach Bill Peters opted instead to start rookie Rasmus Rissanen, who was recently recalled from AHL Charlotte.
    Analysis: Michal Jordan has just four points in 24 games so far this season, so he could be the odd man out on the Canes' blue line for the foreseeable future.
  • Canes' Jordan Replacing Gleason On Second Pairing

    News: Michal Jordan will replace Tim Gleason on the second defensive pairing for Saturday's game against the Devils, NHL.com's Mike Morreale reports.
    Analysis: Michal Jordan was recalled Saturday morning, just two days after being sent back down. He only has three points in 19 NHL appearances this season, but all of those came in his past three games.
  • Canes Recall Jordan

    News: Michal Jordan was recalled from AHL Charlotte on Saturday.
    Analysis: With teammate Ryan Murphy still recovering from a leg injury, Michal Jordan will serve as the Hurricanes' seventh defender. Jordan has tallied three points through 19 games with Carolina this season.
  • Carolina Sends Jordan To AHL

    News: The Hurricanes assigned Michal Jordan to AHL Charlotte on Thursday, the team's official site reports.
    Analysis: Michal Jordan has notched three points in 19 games with the big club overall, but they were all tallied during his recent three-game stint since being recalled on Feb 13. In 29 games at the AHL level this season, the 24-year-old blueliner has recorded 10 points.
  • Canes' Jordan Chips In With Two Points

    News: Michal Jordan gathered a goal and an assist in Monday's 6-3 win over the Senators.
    Analysis: After going 21 straight games without a point to start his NHL career, Michal Jordan has tallied three points in the last two contests since being recalled back to the team. It's a nice scoring spurt for the 24-year-old, but he won't be much of a contributor for fantasy purposes at this time.
  • Canes Recall Jordan

    News: Michal Jordan was recalled from AHL Charlotte on Friday.
    Analysis: Ron Hainsey may miss Saturday's game against Minnesota due to flu-like symptoms. If he's unable to go, Michal Jordan will slot into the Hurricanes' lineup in his place. Jordan has yet to register a point and has a minus-7 rating through 16 games with Carolina this season.
  • Canes Waive Jordan

    News: Michal Jordan was waived by the Hurricanes on Wednesday.
    Analysis: John-Michael Liles (illness) resumed practicing Monday and is expected to be ready to play Thursday against the Sabres, making Michal Jordan expendable. The blueliner has been held without a point and has a minus-7 rating over 16 games with Carolina this season.
  • Canes' Jordan Sees Bump In Ice Time

    News: Michal Jordan skated a season-high 20:54 in Monday's loss to the Canadiens, including 1:44 on the power play.
    Analysis: Michal Jordan benefited from John-Michael Liles' absence from the lineup due to illness, skating mainly on the Canes' second defensive pairing with Tim Gleason. Unfortunately, however, Jordan is still looking for his first NHL point in 15 games since being recalled from AHL Charlotte in late November. Accordingly, his lack of scoring prowess does not afford him much by way of fantasy value at this time.
  • Hurricanes Recall Jordan From AHL Charlotte

    News: The Hurricanes recalled Michal Jordan from AHL Charlotte Tuesday.
    Analysis: Michal Jordan will join the Hurricanes for the second time this season, this time in place of the injured Brett Bellemore (lower body). Jordan, who has tallied two goals and five assists in 15 games with Charlotte this season, will provide some depth on the defensive end for the Hurricanes.