Eriah Hayes

RW / St. Louis Blues / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • Hayes Signs With AHL Chicago

    News: Eriah Hayes has signed an AHL contract with the Chicago Wolves, the team announced on Thursday.
    Analysis: The contract is an AHL deal and not a two-way deal for the NHL, which means that Eriah Hayes is unlikely to find himself NHL time this season and won't have an impact on fantasy leagues.
  • Sharks Demote Hayes

    News: Eriah Hayes was sent to AHL Worcester on Friday, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
    Analysis: Eriah Hayes played in just four of the team's eight games, failing to record a point. In 19 career games in the NHL, he has just one goal and no assists.
  • Sharks' Hayes Pointless In First Three Games

    News: Eriah Hayes had three shots but wasn't able to get on the scoresheet for the Sharks through 10:51 of ice time in Tuesday's loss to Boston.
    Analysis: Eriah Hayes has played three games since getting recalled from the AHL, but he has yet to put a point on the board. He's currently sporting a minus-2 rating and averaging 2.67 shots per game.
  • Sharks Recall Hayes

    News: Eriah Hayes was recalled from AHL Worchester on Saturday, Kevin Kurz of reports.
    Analysis: It looks like Eriah Hayes will join the lineup right away for the Sharks, occupying a spot on the fourth line with Andrew Desjardins and Adam Burish. The addition of Hayes, who was previously waived by the Sharks shortly after the start of the season, should give the team a little more speed on the checking line in lieu of John Scott.
  • Sharks Place Hayes On Waivers

    News: Eriah Hayes was placed on waivers by the Sharks on Friday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
    Analysis: Eriah Hayes' removal from the 23-man roster would seem to clear the way for Bradley Goodrow (hand) to return from the team's non-roster injury list. The 26-year-old Hayes tallied one goal in 15 games for the Sharks last season.
  • Sharks' Hayes To Start Season In NHL

    News: Eriah Hayes made it through a final round of cuts and will stick with the Sharks to open the season, according to Fear the Fin.
    Analysis: Eriah Hayes is the only one of the three rookies who made the opening night roster who has prior NHL experience, but it appears that he'll be on the outside looking in as he'll likely be a healthy scratch on Wednesday. With Hayes potential and age, don't expect that treatment to last. The team will either start playing him or send him to the AHL. Being benched won't do anything for his development.
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