Adam Erne

#73 LW / Tampa Bay Lightning / EXP: 0YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 216 lb Age: 20 College: None

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    Lightning's Adam Erne: Returns to AHL action after missing six weeks

    Playing in his first game in nearly six weeks due to a hand injury, Erne racked up a goal and two assists in AHL Syracuse's 5-1 win over Binghamton on Friday. It was Erne's first game since October 23 and he returned with a bang. Erne is going to have a substantial role for the Crunch the rest of the season, his first in professional hockey. Missing so much time early in the year isn't ideal, but it shouldn't impact Erne's development as long as he is able to remain healthy for the rest of the season.

  • Bolts' Erne Looking Good In QMJHL Playoffs

    News: Adam Erne had a goal and two assists in Quebec's (QMJHL) Game 2 win over Rimouski on Friday.
    Analysis: Quebec is already ensured a spot in the Memorial Cup (it is hosting the tournament), but that hasn't stopped the team from taking the first two games from the Oceanic in the quest to win the QMJHL championship. Adam Erne is leading the charge for the Remparts with 17 goals and 25 points in 17 playoff games. Erne had a terrific regular season (86 points in 60 games) and he should find himself playing in the AHL next year.
  • Bolts' Erne Continues To Dominate QMJHL

    News: Adam Erne had a goal and two assists in Quebec's (QMJHL) 3-2 win over Rouyn-Noranda on Friday.
    Analysis: Even though Anthony Duclair has returned to Quebec, Adam Erne is still the player who is carrying the Remparts on a nightly basis. He has eight points in his last five games and 39 goals and 83 points in 57 games on the season. The Connecticut native was the 33rd overall pick in the 2013 Entry Draft.
  • Bolts' Erne Dominating QMJHL Early On

    News: Adam Erne had a goal and two assists in Quebec's (QMJHL) 4-2 win over Sherbrooke on Friday.
    Analysis: With Anthony Duclair still currently playing in the NHL for the Rangers, Adam Erne has become the clear-cut number one offensive option for Quebec. He has responded to the tune of 16 goals and 33 points in his first 19 games this season. Not bad for a guy who missed the vast majority of the offseason while recovering from wrist surgery. Erne has gone just two games this season without recording a point. Quebec is slated to host the Memorial Cup this coming spring, so Erne may not be seeing any action in the AHL this season.
  • Bolts' Erne (Wrist) Still Awaiting Full Clearance

    News: Adam Erne is still awaiting full clearance to practice following his July wrist surgery, Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune reports.
    Analysis: Adam Erne was a limited participant during Thursday's informal workouts, and it looks as though he might not be completely ready to go when training camps commence. That being said, he does appear to be progressing positively from the injury, so it doesn't sound like he's at risk of missing a large portion of the upcoming season. After tearing up the QMJHL last season before earning a late call-up to AHL Syracuse, Erne figures to see more action in the minors once healthy.
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