The Hurricanes have placed Dougie Hamilton on LTIR.
The Hurricanes were busy on trade deadline day to they had to make some room and they did so by moving Dougie Hamilton to LTIR. To help make up for the loss of Hamilton and most recently Brett Pesce, the Hurricanes used the cap space to acquired Brady Skjei and Sami Vatanen.
Hamilton suffered a broken fibula and is out indefinitely.
Hamilton was injured late in the second period on Thursday. Hamilton and Kevin Stenlund were chasing after the puck when they had their legs tangle, Hamilton falling backward and bending his left leg under him. Hamilton will undergo further evaluation before they decide on potential surgery. Jordan Staal suffered a similar injury in a preseason exhibition game in September 2014 against the Buffalo Sabres. Staal underwent surgery to repair a broken fibula and had an estimated recovery time of three to four months.
Hamilton was forced to leave Thursday's game with a lower-body injury.
Hamilton suffered an ugly-looking leg injury during Thursday's loss in Columbus. He was tangled up with Kevin Stenlund and went down very awkwardly. Hamilton had to be helped off of the ice and when head coach Rod Brind'Amour addressed the media post-game, he said that "it doesn't look good, obviously." It looks like the Hurricanes could be without their All-Star defenseman long-term but expect an update in the next 24 hours.
The Hurricanes acquired Dougie Hamilton, Michael Ferland and Adam Fox from the Flames for Noah Hanifin and Elias Lindholm.
Hamilton is ranked as the No.13 right-handed defenseman according to Corsica Player Ratings. During his three-years in Calgary, Hamilton ranked sixth in the NHL among defensemen in goals (62) and 17th in points (137). Over the last two seasons, Hamilton has a 56.3 CorsiFor% and brings that to a team that ranked first in Corsi last season.
Hamilton (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Hamilton was injured on Thursday, but was on the ice for the Flames' morning skate and is listed as a game-time decision for tonight's game. Monitor his status when Calgary hits the ice for warmups at 6:30 p.m. ET.
Source: @NHLFlames 03/11/17, 7:30 am EST
Hamilton (lower-body) is questionable for Saturday’s game in Winnipeg.
Hamilton and Michael Stone are battling injuries on the Flames’ blueline and had coach Glen Gulutzan said he hopes one of them “will play tomorrow” and the other “will play soon.” There is no word which one is closer, but expect an update after the team’s morning skate on Saturday.
Hamilton left Thursday’s game with a lower-body injury and did not return.
There is no word on what is ailing the young defenseman but assistant coach Martin Gelinas said that Hamilton should be back “sooner rather than later” during a postgame interview. The Flames are red-hot and losing Hamilton for any period of time would be a big blow to their blueline.
Hamilton is day-to-day with an illness.
Hamilton missed Thursday’s game with an illness and is considered questionable for Saturday’s game vs. the Coyotes. Hamilton was a late scratch yesterday, but you should get a good idea if he is playing during Saturday’s morning skate.
The Flames signed Dougie Hamilton to a six-year contract worth $34.5M.
The Flames have acquired Dougie Hamilton from the Bruins for 15th, 45th and 52nd draft picks in this year’s draft.
Hamilton is a pending restricted free-agent, but the Flames should have no problem getting him under contract. Since being draft 9th overall in 2011, Hamilton has scored 22 goals with 61 assists (83 points) in 178 career NHL games. He enjoyed a breakout season in 2014-15, registering 42 points (10G / 32A) in 72 contests. He joins Mark Giordano, T.J Brodie and Kris Russell to form a very strong top-4 on the Flames back-end.
Hamilton (upper-body) will not travel on the Bruins three-game road trip.
The Bruins will wrap up their season on a three-game road trip, which Hamilton will not travel on. He has missed the last seven games and it looks like he will miss the rest of the regular season. At this point there is no word whether or not Hamilton will be ready for the playoffs.
Hamilton (upper-body) is expected to resume skating next week.
Hamilton will miss his sixth straight game tonight, but he is expected to start skating again next week and could be back in the lineup before the end of the season.
Hamilton is out indefinitely with a shoulder injury.
Hamilton missed Monday’s game after suffering what is believed to be a shoulder injury on Sunday. Out indefinitely means that Hamilton could be out for the rest of the regular season—this is a huge blow to the Bruins playoff push. Expect Adam McQuaid to skate with Zdeno Chara on Thursday.
Source: DJ Bean 03/24/15, 8:55 am EST
Hamilton (undisclosed) will not play on Sunday.
Hamilton suffered an undisclosed injury last night and will be held out of tonight’s game vs. the Lightning. Zach Trotman was recalled and will be in the lineup tonight with Hamilton out.
Source: DJ Bean 03/22/15, 10:01 am EST
Hamilton left Satruday’s game with an undisclosed injury; questionable for Sunday.
Hamilton left after playing just 13:11 TOI and did not return. Coach Claude Julien did not have an update on Dougie after the game, but the Bruins recalled Zach Trotman, which suggests that Hamilton won’t be good-to-go tonight.
Hamilton (illness) is back on the ice for Bruins’ practice.
Hamilton missed practice on Wednesday, but is back on the ice this morning which is a good sign that he will be available on Friday.
Source: @NHLBruins 11/20/14, 6:38 am EST
Hamilton in; Torey Krug out.
Hamilton was a healthy scratch in each of the last two games but draws back in tonight vs. Phoenix. He will be paired with Zdeno Chara.
Source: @NHLBruins 03/13/14, 3:01 pm EST
Hamilton (concussion) makes his return to the Bruins blueline today.
Hamilton missed the last four games with a concussion that he suffered on January 11. He will be back vs. the Flyers, but there is no word yet on who he will be paired with. He has 10 points (4G / 6A) in 33 games this season.
Source: @NHLBruins 01/25/14, 7:06 am EST
Hamilton (concussion) has been cleared to play on Saturday.
After a four-game absence, Hamilton will return to the Bruins blueline on Saturday. He has 10 points (4G / 6A) in 33 games.
Source: @NHLBruins 01/24/14, 8:16 am EST
Hamilton (concussion) is participating in his first practice since suffering a concussion.
If all goes well, Hamilton could be back in the Bruins' lineup on Saturday. The Bruins are also without Adam McQuaid, but it looks like Hamilton is closer to returning. Monitor his status as Saturday approaches.