Carrick will miss 4-to-6 weeks with a broken right pinky finger.
Carrick broke his finger while blocking a shot in practice last Thursday and will be sidelined until at least late-November. This injury opens the door for one of Matt Tennyson or Mirco Mueller to remain in the lineup once Will Butcher is back.
Source: @NJDevils 10/28/19, 1:41 pm EST
The Devils re-signed Connor Carrick to a two-year extension worth $1.5 million ($750K AAV).
Carrick was acquired from Toronto in early-October before the Stars traded him to New Jersey in late-February. The 25-year-old ended up picking up seven points (1G / 6A) in 20 games with the Devils, giving him a total of 11 points (2G / 9A) in just 34 games. With the addition of P.K. Subban this summer, Carrick will likely battle with Mirco Mueller for the sixth D-spot in 2020.
The Devils have acquired Connor Carrick and a 2019 third-round pick from the Stars for Ben Lovejoy.
Carrick has not played much this season but could get a chance in New Jersey. The 24-year-old, right-shot defenseman has one goal and three assists in 14 games this season, adding 16 shots, five hits and 11 blocked shots to his line as well. He should replace Lovejoy and see some time on the Devils third-pair.
Source: @NJDevils 02/23/19, 9:57 am EST
Carrick will draw into the Stars lineup on Thursday.
Carrick has been scratched for the last three games but will replace Julius Honka on Thursday. Carrick enters play with four points (1G / 3A) in 11 games this season.
Carrick (foot) will return to the Stars lineup on Monday.
Carrick has been out since October 28th but will be back in the lineup on Monday. Carrick had a nice start to the season offensively, picking up one goal and three assists (four points) in nine games this season.
The Stars have activated Connor Carrick (foot) from IR.
Carrick has been sidelined by a foot injury since October 28th but appears set to return to the blueline on Saturday. Carrick had four points (1G / 3A) and a minus-5 rating in his first nine games in Dallas.
The Stars have placed Connor Carrick (foot) on injured reserve.
Stars head coach Jim Montgomery told reporters on Wednesday that Carrick wasn’t close to returning, so his move to IR opened up a roster spot to call-up a reserve defenseman. Dillon Heatherington has been recalled from Texas (AHL).
The Stars have acquired Connor Carrick from the Maple Leafs for a conditional 2019 seventh round draft pick.
Carrick lost out to Igor Ozhiganov, Justin Holl and Martin Marincin in training camp, so the Maple Leafs get a draft instead of losing him for nothin on waivers. The 24-year-old had 12 points (4G / 8A) in 47 games with the Maple Leafs last season and should push for a spot on the Stars’ third pairing. The seventh round pick will turn into a sixth round pick if he plays in 50 games with the Stars this season.
The Maple Leafs have re-signed Connor Carrick to a one-year contract worth $1.3 million.
2018 was the most productive season of Carrick’s young career. The 24-year-old right-handed blueliner set career-highs in goals (4), assists (8) and points (12) while appearing in just 47 games for the Maple Leafs. Carrick’s signing suggests that the Maple Leafs won’t bring back Roman Polak and that Carrick will start the season as their third-pairing D-man on the right side.
Carrick will draw into the Maple Leafs lineup on Tuesday.
Carrick will draw back into the lineup Sunday in Detroit.
Carrick will draw back into the Maple Leafs lineup on Saturday.
Carrick was a healthy scratch for the last two games but will replace Roman Polak in the lineup tonight. Carrick, who will skate with Travis Dermott, has just seven points (3G / 4A) in 34 games this season.
Carrick is expected to be a healthy scratch on Monday.
Carrick has been passed on the depth chart by Travis Dermott, at least temporarily so he will sit tonight with Roman Polak (illness) set to return to the lineup. Carrick has just one assist in his last six games.
Carrick will draw back into the Maple Leafs lineup on Wednesday.
Carrick will get back into the lineup after being a healthy scratch on Monday. Carrick is in a rotation with Andreas Borgman and Travis Dermott, so look for him to be in the lineup for at least the next two games.
Carrick will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Carrick has been a mainstay on the Maple Leafs blueline for the majority of the season but will be replaced by Roman Polak as the Maple Leafs go with a heavy lineup against the Capitals.
Carrick is expected to be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Carrick drew into the lineup on Wednesday after being a healthy scratch for the four previous games. Carrick will come out again tonight with Roman Polak drawing into the lineup.
Carrick (upper-body) practiced as a regular on Friday; could return on Saturday.
Carrick missed the last two games with a minor upper-body injury, but was skating on the third pairing at Friday’s practice which suggests that he will play tomorrow. Carrick has one assist and two shots in 15:02 TOI/GM through two games this season.
Carrick (upper-body) will return to the Maple Leafs lineup on Monday.
Carrick has been sidelined by an upper-body injury since February 21st, but will play tonight vs. the Bruins. Carrick will skate with Morgan Rielly and has seven points (2G / 5A) in 55 games this season.
Carrick will be in the Maple Leafs' lineup on Sunday.
The Maple Leafs have sent Connor Carrick to Toronto (AHL).
Carrick had two goals and two assists in 16 games after being acquired from Washington. He heads to the Marlies for the first time, but he played 47 AHL games with Hershey earlier this season, collecting 26 points (10G / 16A).