The Senators acquired Bishop from the Hurricanes for Max Lajoie on Tuesday.
This was a swap of minor-league players. Bishop recorded 19 points and 63 PIM for AHL Charlotte last season. The 24-year-old likely will report to AHL Belleville once the minor-league season commences.
Bishop landed on the waiver wire Thursday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
Barring a waiver claim, Bishop figures to start the year in the minors with AHL Chicago. The 24-year-old center was limited to just five appearances for the Canes this year, registering one assist, five hits and four shots while averaging 7:39 of ice time.
Bishop agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract with Carolina on Tuesday.
Bishop saw action in just five games for the Hurricanes last season in which he tallied one assist, four shots and five hits while averaging 7:39 of ice time. The 23-year-old center figures to remain a fringe NHL player this year and will likely only appear on the 23-man roster due to injuries.
Bishop was dropped to AHL Charlotte on Sunday.
Bishop recorded one assist during his five-game stint with the big club. He's recorded just three assists in 19 AHL games this season as well. He should be on the shortlist of call-ups in case of injury throughout the season.
Bishop was recalled from AHL Charlotte on Friday.
Bishop will likely serve as an insurance policy for the Hurricanes, as they only have 12 healthy forwards on the roster with Erik Haula battling a knee injury.
Bishop was waived by the Hurricanes for the purpose of reassignment, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.
Bishop suited up in 20 regular-season and two playoff games for the Hurricanes last year, totaling three points and 43 hits in a bottom-six role. The 23-year-old will land in AHL Charlotte if he clears waivers and look to continue his development.
Bishop signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Hurricanes on Monday.
Bishop spent most of the 2018-19 season with AHL Charlotte, notching six points in 38 games, but he also made 20 appearances with the big club, picking up three points over that span. The 23-year-old forward will likely have a similar role in 2019-20, so there's no reason for fantasy owners to keep tabs on him.
Bishop received a qualifying offer from the Hurricanes on Tuesday, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Bishop will hope to crack Carolina's up-and-coming roster more consistently this season after appearing in 20 games last year and posting just three points. This could turn into a make-or-break campaign for the 23-year-old's future in the NHL.
Bishop was promoted from AHL Charlotte on Thursday.
Bishop almost certainly won't play in Game 1 versus the Islanders on Friday, but the fact that the club felt it was important to have him around as an emergency option doesn't bode well for the availability of Andrei Svechnikov (concussion) or Micheal Ferland (upper body).
Bishop was sent down to AHL Charlotte on Monday, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.
Bishop was called up Sunday on emergency basis, but Jordan Martinook (lower body) will be in the lineup for Game 6 on Monday.
Bishop was recalled from AHL Charlotte on an emergency basis Sunday.
The Hurricanes are dealing with several injuries to their forwards, so Bishop will join the NHL club for some insurance. He scored a goal and three points in 20 regular-season NHL contests this season.
Bishop (lower body) was reassigned to AHL Charlotte on Friday.
Bishop may be over his lower-body injury, but the Hurricanes can use his AHL assignment as a way to ease him back into live action. We can see him bouncing back to the top level if -- or more likely, when -- injuries threaten the parent club's crop of forwards.
Bishop (lower body) isn't quite ready to return, though he was on the ice Friday morning, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.
A previous report suggested Bishop might be fit to play in the upcoming contest, but he'll be a no-go for the eighth consecutive game. Fortunately, this news won't cause a stir in the fantasy realm considering the rookie probably isn't owned in the first place. He has a goal and two helpers over 20 games while averaging 9:27 of ice time in a fourth-line role.
Bishop (lower body) was able to take contact at practice Thursday and might be ready to go versus Ottawa on Friday, Sara Civian of The Athletic reports.
Bishop missed the Canes' previous seven outings due to his lower-body issue, but he appears to be trending in the right direction. If the 22-year-old rookie does get the green light to suit up Friday, it will likely mean Saku Maenalanen gets relegated to the press box.
Bishop (lower body) won't play in Sunday's game versus the Predators, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports.
Bishop will miss his sixth straight game, allowing Greg McKegg to remain in the lineup and on the third line. There's no timeline for Bishop's return, but the Hurricanes are opting to leave him off injured reserve, perhaps signaling he's not far from cracking the lineup again.
Bishop (lower body) skated Friday morning but will not play against Buffalo, Kurt Dusterberg of NHL.com reports.
Bishop will miss his fifth consecutive contest and remains without a definitive timetable for a return. In his place will be Greg McKegg. McKegg has scored two goals and tallied four points in four games since taking over for Bishop on Carolina's third line.
Bishop (lower body) will miss a fourth consecutive game Thursday against Tampa Bay.
The Hurricanes have yet to release any details regarding a potential timetable for Bishop's return to action, so until that happens, he can be considered out indefinitely. Greg McKegg will continue to fill in on Carolina's third line until Bishop's cleared to play.
Bishop (lower body) is not in the projected lineup for Tuesday's game against the Islanders, according to Brian Compton of NHL.com.
The rookie center is about to miss his third consecutive game, so expect the 'Canes to continue relying on Greg McKegg on the third line in the meantime.
Bishop (lower body) won't play in Sunday's game versus Ottawa.
The 22-year-old pivot has been working in a fourth-line role this season, so recently recalled Greg McKegg will fill his void again. Bishop has a goal and two helpers in 20 NHL games this year, and his next chance to enter the lineup is Tuesday versus the Islanders.
Bishop (lower body) isn't in the projected lineup for Friday's game against the Blue Jackets, NHL.com's Kurt Dusterberg reports.
Bishop was forced to exit Thursday's 5-3 win over the Flyers after suffering a lower-body injury, so the fact that he isn't expected to be available for Friday's contest doesn't come as a surprise. The 22-year-old forward will hope to heal up in time for Sunday's matchup with the Senators.
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