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Panthers' Chase Priskie: Re-ups with club
Priskie signed a one-year, two-way deal with Florida on Thursday.
Priskie shouldn't be expected to make a significant impact with the Panthers this season considering he has yet to make his NHL debut. Selected by the Capitals in the sixth round of the 2016 NHL Draft, the blueliner has managed 11 goals and 31 assists in 72 AHL games since turning pro.... See More ... See Less
Panthers' Chase Priskie: Promoted to playoff roster
Priskie was promoted from AHL Syracuse on Sunday to join Florida's playoff roster.
Priskie has never appeared in an NHL game, and he's unlikely to make his debut during this playoff run but will be on hand as emergency depth.... See More ... See Less
Panthers' Chase Priskie: Scrimmaging Thursday
Priskie (undisclosed) is taking part in Thursday's scrimmage, David Dwork of WPG Local 10 News South Florida reports.
After being labeled unfit to play Tuesday and Wednesday, Priskie is back on the ice with his Panthers teammates. He'll skate on a pairing with fellow roster hopeful Max Gildon, though both players are fighting uphill battles to make the team's Opening Night lineup.... See More ... See Less
Panthers' Chase Priskie: Held out Tuesday
Priskie (undisclosed) was not on the ice for Tuesday's practice session, George Richards of Panthers Press Box reports.
Priskie logged 57 games for AHL Charlotte and Springfield last year in which he garnered eight goals and 27 helpers. It was the 24-year-old defenseman's first professional season following his four-year stint with Quinnipiac University. Looking ahead to 2020-21, Priskie will likely remain a minor-league player but could get an opportunity for a call-up at some point during the year, assuming his injury isn't too serious.... See More ... See Less
Panthers' Chase Priskie: Skating Monday
Priskie (undisclosed) was back on the ice with the second practice group Monday, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Priskie has yet to make his NHL debut and likely won't get that opportunity during the postseason. In 57 minor-league contests, the 24-year-old defenseman registered eight goals and 27 helpers, which should earn him an extended look during the lead up to the 2020-21 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Panthers' Chase Priskie: Exits practice early
Priskie left Tuesday's practice session early. According to coach Joel Quenneville, the defender's status is up in the air after telling reporters, "we'll see how he is tomorrow," Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Priskie is a long shot to get into any games for the Panthers during the play-in series clash with the Islanders. In 57 minor-league contests this season, the 24-year-old Florida native notched eight goals and 27 helpers, which should put him in the mix for a spot on the 23-man roster heading into the 2020-21 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Panthers' Chase Priskie: Shipped south via trade
The Hurricanes sent Priskie, Erik Haula, Lucas Wallmark and prospect Eetu Luostarinen to Florida on Monday for Vincent Trocheck, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
Priskie was picked by the Capitals in the sixth round of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, but after spending four seasons with Quinnipiac University, he signed with Carolina as a free agent. The 23-year-old defenseman has excelled with AHL Charlotte this year, posting 31 points over 52 games, and he'll likely start out with AHL Springfield, Florida's minor-league affiliate.... See More ... See Less
Hurricanes' Chase Priskie: Starting strong in AHL
Priskie tallied a goal and an assist in AHL Charlotte's 4-2 win over Lehigh Valley on Sunday.
Priskie's minus-10 rating isn't anything to write home about, but the first year pro now has five goals and 17 points in his first 29 AHL games. Priskie, a former Quinnipiac University star and draft pick of the Capitals, signed with Carolina as an unrestricted free agent in August after playing four years of collegiate hockey. He appears just about ready to help the Hurricanes in some capacity. Expect him to make his NHL debut before the year is out.... See More ... See Less
Hurricanes' Chase Priskie: Sent to AHL
Priskie (undisclosed) was assigned to AHL Charlotte on Tuesday.
The 23-year-old was one of the last cuts for the Opening Night roster but will start his professional career in the AHL. In 154 games in the NCAA with Quinnipiac, Priskie recorded 116 points and was a Hobey Baker Award finalist in his senior year.... See More ... See Less
Hurricanes' Chase Priskie: Dealing with injury
Coach Rod Brind'Amour said Priskie (undisclosed) is week-to-week, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.
Although the nature of his injury is unclear, it shouldn't keep him out too long. "I don't think it's as bad as we feared," Brind'Amour said. While this doesn't give much of a timeline, it shouldn't affect the Hurricanes since Priskie was expected to start the season with AHL Charlotte anyway.... See More ... See Less
Hurricanes' Chase Priskie: Inks deal with Carolina
Priskie signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Hurricanes on Saturday.
Using a provision of the CBA for college players drafted at 20 years of age or older, Priskie was able to to become an unrestricted free agent Aug. 15, and it took the defenseman just two days to find his first NHL home. Priskie was originally drafted in the sixth round of the 2016 NHL Draft by the Capitals, and he most recently recorded 39 points (17 goals, 22 assists) in 36 appearances at Quinnipiac last season, where he led the NCAA in goals for defensemen.... See More ... See Less
Capitals' Chase Priskie: Headed for free agency
Priskie will not sign with the Capitals and will become a free agent Aug. 15, JJ Regan of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Per Regan, Priskie is using a provision of the CBA afforded to college players drafted at the age of 20 or older that allows them to become unrestricted free agents if they are unsigned after Aug. 15 of their graduation year. Following a 17-goal, 39-point campaign that garnered Hobey Baker Trophy consideration, the 23-year-old defenseman has understandably decided to write his own ticket after a successful NCAA career. The Florida native should have no shortage of suitors but will likely need some time to adjust to the rigors of the pro game before being much of a fantasy asset in standard formats.... See More ... See Less
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