Mike Murphy

G / Carolina Hurricanes / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • Canes' Murphy Sent To AHL

    News: Mike Murphy was assigned to AHL Charlotte by the Hurricanes on Monday.
    Analysis: Mike Murphy will head back to the AHL with Cam Ward being activated from IR. He had a limited run as the backup goalie, making no appearances, and will return to the minors for more playing time.
  • Canes Recall Murphy

    News: Mike Murphy will be recalled from AHL Charlotte on Friday, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
    Analysis: In the wake of Cam Ward sustaining a lower-body injury Thursday night that will keep him out for three-to-four weeks, Mike Murphy should immediately bring intrigue in deeper leagues that start multiple goalies. Though Justin Peters is expected to get the first crack at replacing Ward on a full-time basis, expect Murphy to get a long look as well with the team hoping one emerges as a hot goalie. However, Anton Khudobin could eventually displace either goalie from the No. 1 perch once he returns from injured reserve. Neither of the three will be a great starting option in shallower formats until somebody strings together some serviceable starts in Ward's absence.
  • Canes' Murphy Reassigned To AHL Charlotte

    News: Mike Murphy has been reassigned to AHL Charlotte, the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
    Analysis: Mike Murphy was briefly recalled to help with goaltending depth, but was never expected to stick around. He appears to be fourth on the organizational depth chart, behind Cam Ward, Anton Khudobin, and Justin Peters.
  • Hurricanes Recall Murphy From Charlotte

    News: The Hurricanes recalled Mike Murphy from AHL Charlotte on Thursday, the team's official site reports. He is expected to serve as the backup goaltender for Thursday night's preaseason game at Buffalo.
    Analysis: The Hurricanes are pretty locked in at goalie with Cam Ward and Anton Khudobin, so Mike Murphy's time in the NHL will likely be short-lived. Look for him to get sent back down before the regular season.
  • Carolina's Murphy Headed To Russia

    News: Mike Murphy announced via Twitter on Tuesday that he will leave the Hurricanes organization to play in the KHL for the upcoming season, Raleigh-Durham's News & Observer reports.
    Analysis: After playing in just two games for Carolina this season, Mike Murphy will try his hand in Russia for 2012-2013. Though his chances of ever donning a 'Canes sweater again are slim, Carolina will retain the restricted free agent's NHL rights during his stint overseas.
  • Canes Return Murphy To AHL

    News: The Hurricanes have returned Mike Murphy to Charlotte of the AHL according to the News Observer.
    Analysis: Mike Murphy was only up on an emergency basis and with Cam Ward able to return, there was no need for him on the roster anymore.
  • Murphy Recalled By Hurricanes

    News: The Hurricanes have recalled Mike Murphy from AHL Charlotte, the team's official site reports.
    Analysis: Mike Murphy is being recalled on an emergency basis, with Cam Ward dinged up, but unless Ward's injury lingers, it could be a short stint with the big club for Murphy.
  • Carolina Sends Murphy To AHL

    News: Mike Murphy was assigned to the AHL on Tuesday, Hurricanes.NHL.com reports.
    Analysis: Mike Murphy was only needed to provide backup duties against Washington on Monday.
  • Canes Recall Murphy

    News: Mike Murphy has been recalled from AHL Charlotte, according to Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News and Observer.
    Analysis: This spells trouble for Cam Ward's availability for Monday's game against the Capitals, which is the start of a crucial six-game homestand.
  • Hurricanes Assign Murphy To AHL Charlotte

    News: The Hurricanes assigned Mike Murphy to AHL Charlotte on Wednesday, the Charlotte News & Observer reports.
    Analysis: Mike Murphy appeared in two games with the Hurricanes did not start. He will essentially switch roles with Justin Peters, the goalie who was called up to take his roster spot: Peters will become the backup behind Cam Ward, and Murphy will serve as the regular goaltender for Charlotte.
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