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The Hurricanes will buyout Patrick Marleau.

It was expected that Carolina would buy Marleau out after acquiring him from Toronto but GM Don Waddell confirmed it on Thursday. The Hurricanes received a first and seventh-round to take on the $6.25M cap-hit that comes with buying him out. It is believed that Marleau wants to return to San Jose to close out his career.

Source: Luke DeCock 06/27/19, 1:09 pm EST

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The Carolina Hurricanes acquired Patrick Marleau, a conditional 2020 first-round pick and a 2020 seventh-round pick from the Maple Leafs for a 2020 sixth round pick.

Marleau has one-year left on his contract that carries a $6.25M cap-hit that the Maple Leafs wanted to move in order to clear space to sign restricted free agents Mitch Marner, Andreas Johansson and Kasperi Kapanen. Marleau has not missed a game since the 2009 season but had just 16 goals and 21 assists (37 points) in 2018-19. Carolina might buy the 39-year-old winger out.

Source: Carolina Hurricanes 06/23/19, 7:52 pm EST

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The Sharks have signed Patrick Marleau to a three-year contract extension with an annual cap-hit of $6.66 million US.

Marleau has 21 goals and 26 assists (47 points) in 51 games this season with the Sharks. Marleau is currently in his 16th season with the Sharks, he has 908 points (425G / 483A) in 1215 career NHL games (all with SJ).

Source: Pierre LeBrun 01/24/14, 8:00 am EST

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Marleau skating with Handzus and McGinn on third line, which again is the way it finished in the Minnesota loss.

Marleau was demoted to the third line and figures to stick there for at least another game. The former 2nd overall pick has 10 goals and 20 points through 24 games but hasn't posted a point in his last four games.

Source: Mark Emmons 12/7/11, 10:33 am EST

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Patrick Marleau is in the building today, but still not skating. It's the third straight practice he's missed due to illness.

With the team not playing until Friday, then can afford to rest their number one LW. The former captain has not missed a game since the 2008-2009 campaign, so don't expect him to sit out.

Source: Kevin Kurz 10/12/11, 11:06 am EST

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