BREAKING: Hurricanes Bringing Back 17-Year Veteran Goaltender

Published November 6, 2023 at 9:57

In breaking news, the Carolina Hurricanes are potentially bringing back this 17-year veteran goaltender on a PTO to take a look at him.

Hurricanes Testing Out Halak This Week in PTO

The Carolina Hurricanes are bringing Jaroslav Halak in for a tryout this week, according to Elliotte Friedman. Halak is a 17-year veteran and is rumoured to be on a PTO with Carolina.

There is also word that 17-year veteran Jaroslav Halak will practising with Carolina today. He's not signed — appears to be a PTO — but the Hurricanes are bringing him in to take a look.

Halak played 25 games last year with the New York Rangers, recording a 2.72 goals against average and a .903 save percentage. The tryout comes as Fredrick Anderson is evaluated for injury.

Goaltender Jaroslav Halak is joining the Hurricanes as a free agent tryout. Frederik Andersen is dealing with a medical issue and undergoing evaluations. An update will be provided when available, but no further comment will be issued until that time.

What a save! #NYR Halák been great this game.

Halak even stayed sharp last year while on the bench!

Jaro Halak just made a glove save... ON THE BENCH 🤯

November 6   |   114 answers
BREAKING: Hurricanes Bringing Back 17-Year Veteran Goaltender

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