The Red Wings have signed Adam Erne to a one-year contract extension.
Steve Yzerman brought Erne in from Tampa Bay in the summer of 2019, trading a fourth-round pick in 2020. In his first season with the Red Wings, Erne had just two goals and three assists (five points) in 56 games . Erne is a thick, gritty forward who produced high-end offensive numbers in juniors but it has not translated to the pro-level. He has just 32 points (15G / 17A) in 170 career NHL games.
Erne is out indefinitely with a broken hand.
With very few weeks left in the regular season, Erne could be done for 2020. The bottom-6 winger has tallied just five points (2G / 3A) in 56 games this season.
Erne (hand) will not play Saturday in New Jersey.
Erne (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Erne has missed the last four games with an undisclosed injury but could play Tuesday vs. the Oilers. Erne skated on Tuesday morning but is still awaiting medical clearance to return to the lineup.
Erne (undisclosed) will miss Friday’s game but could return Sunday.
Ernie will miss his third straight game with an undisclosed injury but head coach Jeff Blashill believes he could be back in on Sunday. Evgeny Svechnikov will continue to skate in Erne’s spot on Friday.
The Red Wings have placed Adam Erne (upper-body) on IR.
Erne was set to miss Tuesday's game vs. the Canucks and was moved to IR so the Red Wings could recall Evgeny Svechnikov from the Griffins.
Erne (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Erne suffered an upper-body injury in the Red Wings loss in Vancouver on Tuesday but could play Thursday in Calgary. Erne has no points and 11 shots in six games this season, so even if he does end up playing he carries very little to no fantasy value.
The Red Wings have acquired Adam Erne from the Lightning for a 2020 4th Round Pick.
Erne was a second-round pick of the Lightning in 2013 and finished his first full NHL season with 20 points (7G / 13A) in 65 games. Red Wings GM Steve Yzerman is familiar with Erne from his time with Tampa Bay and added the 24-year-old to a team that has a ton of bottom-6 players. Erne will likely open 2020 on their third line.
Erne (upper-body) will return to the Lightning lineup on Monday.
Erne missed Saturday’s game vs. the Red Wings but will play tonight in Toronto. Erne has one goal and two assists in his last three games, giving him 18 points (7G / 11A) in 53 games this season.
Source: Joe Smith 03/11/19, 1:08 pm EST
Erne is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Erne is banged up with an upper-body injury and will be replaced by Ryan Callahan on Saturday.
Erne is expected to be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Erne has just one assist and four shots on goal in four games this season. The left-winger will be replaced by Ryan Callahan (shoulder) who will be making his season debut.
Source: Joe Smith 10/18/18, 11:20 am EST
The Lightning re-signed Adam Erne to a one-year deal worth $800K.
Erne played with both Tampa Bay (NHL) and Syracuse (AHL) for the second straight season. The 23-year-old had three goals and one assist in 23 games with the Lightning and 26 points (12G / 14A) in 41 games with the Crunch. Erne heads into the 2019 season as the 12th or 13th forward in Tampa Bay, unless there is an Erik Karlsson trade that frees up some room on the depth chart.
Source: Greg Auman 07/12/18, 9:47 am EST
Erne is out indefinitely with a lower-body injury.
Erne has been recalled from Syracuse (AHL) and will make his season debut on Thursday.
Erne, who appeared in 26 games with the Lightning last year, has collected 12 goals and 14 assists (26 points) in 41 games with the Crunch this season. Erne will look to follow in the footsteps of fellow Crunch alumni Yanni Gourde and Matthew Peca, who have played well this year. He’ll debut on a line with Vladislav Namestnikov and Cory Conacher.
Source: Joe Smith 02/8/18, 11:31 am EST
The Lightning have recalled Adam Erne from Syracuse (AHL).
Erne, 21, has collected 14 goals and 13 assists (27 points) in 39 games with Syracuse this season. He has no points in four NHL games this season and there’s no word whether he will be in the lineup on Monday.
The Lightning recalled Adam Erne from Syracuse (AHL) on Sunday.
Erne, 21, was a second round pick in 2013 (33rd overall) and it looks like he could make his NHL debut on Tuesday. Erne has been recalled because Brian Boyle is day-to-day. He comes to the Lightning have scored eight goals with 10 assists (18 points) in 31 games with Syracuse.
Source: Bryan Burns 01/2/17, 6:55 am EST