Cam Barker

D / Chicago Blackhawks / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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  • Defender Barker Cut From Tryout; Comeback Ends?

    News: Cam Barker, who was hoping to make a return to the NHL this season, was cut from the Blackhawks camp on Friday.
    Analysis: He was there on a tryout, but the Hawks' blue line is relatively solid. He spent last season in the KHL and may be headed back.
  • Barker Makes Debut With Canucks

    News: Cam Barker made his debut with the Canucks in Sunday's loss to the Flames. He notched an assist in 14:28 minutes of ice time.
    Analysis: Cam Barker filled in for Kevin Bieksa, who tweaked his groin injury Saturday against the Kings. While Barker had a decent debut, he'll have a tough time sticking in the lineup once Bieksa returns.
  • Barker Signs With Canucks

    News: The Canucks have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Cam Barker, reports.
    Analysis: Cam Barker, who was drafted third overall by the Blackhawks in 2004, played in 25 games with the Oilers last season, scoring two goals and adding 23 penalty minutes. He'll serve as a depth blueliner for the Canucks.
  • Barker Seeks Tryout With Canucks

    News: Cam Barker is seeking a tryout contract with the Canucks, the Vancouver Sun reports.
    Analysis: The 2004 third-overall pick has flamed out in Chicago, Minnesota and Edmonton, but his draft pedigree keeps him in contention for NHL gigs. Cam Barker would likely be nothing more than depth for the Canucks if he lands a contract.
  • AHL Team Releases Barker From Contract

    News: Cam Barker has been released from his professional tryout contract with the AHL's Texas Stars, reports
    Analysis: He signed a 25-game PTO after training camp and played 23 games, recording eight points (three goals, five assists) and 66 shots on goal in 23 games. An NHL future is looking dimmer and dimmer for the third overall pick from 2004.
  • Oilers Cut Barker

    News: Cam Barker did not receive a qualifying offer from the Oilers, according to the Edmonton Journal.
    Analysis: Cam Barker did not impress the Oilers brass last season and will have to find a new team to play with for the upcoming campaign.
  • Barker Has Three Games To Impress Edmonton

    News: The Oilers plan on using the last three games of the season to judge Cam Barker, according to Edmonton Journal.
    Analysis: Cam Barker only signed a one-year deal with Edmonton so these next three games will determine whether or not he has a future with the Oilers.
  • Oilers To Play Barker On Road Trip

    News: The Oilers are expected to play Cam Barker, who has been a healthy scratch for the last 15 games, during their upcoming road trip Sunday and Monday, reports.
    Analysis: With Ladislav Smid expected to skip the road trip to get some rest, Cam Barker should be in the lineup for the upcoming games against Anaheim and Los Angeles. However, with just two points in 21 games and all that time off already, it is doubtful that you would even think about adding barker to your lineup.
  • Oilers' Barker Scatched Sunday

    News: Cam Barker will not play Sunday against Columbus, Oilers Radio Network host Dan Tencer reports.
    Analysis: Cam Barker has provided little fantasy value this season (two goals, no assists in his 21 games), and it appears he was a healthy scratch Sunday.
  • Oiler's Barker Returns To The Lineup

    News: Cam Barker (ankle) returned to lineup for the Oilers on Thursday.
    Analysis: Cam Barker made his presence felt with a goal and a +3 rating as the Oilers doubled up the Hawks 8-4.