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23 Jay Harrison D
Height/Weight: 6-4/220 | Birthdate: 11/3/1982 | Birthplace: Oshawa, Ontario, Canada | Team: Winnipeg Jets | College: None | NHL Experience: 8 | Salary: $750,000 | Owned/Started%: 4/2
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12/18/2014

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Jay Harrison

Jets Acquire Harrison From Hurricanes

News: The Hurricanes traded Jay Harrison to the Jets on Thursday in exchange for a 2015 sixth-round draft choice.
Analysis: Each of the Jets' top four blueliners are on injured reserve at the moment with long-term ailments, which provided plenty of motivation for the organization to go out and acquire a defenseman. The 32-year-old Jay Harrison won't bring much to the table in terms of fantasy upside, but his familiarity with coach Paul Maurice and his 337 games worth of NHL experience should prove helpful while the Jets wait for their blue line corps to heal up. Expect Harrison to claim a regular spot on the Jets' third pairing.

11/21/2014

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Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison Back In Thursday

News: Jay Harrison (lower body) will be back in the lineup Thursday against the Kings.
Analysis: Now healthy after a three-game absence, Jay Harrison will replace John-Michael Liles in the Hurricanes' lineup. Harrison has three points and a minus-2 rating over 13 games this season.

11/19/2014

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Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison Could Play Thursday

News: Hurricanes coach Bill Peters said Jay Harrison (lower body) might be available to play Thursday against Los Angeles.
Analysis: While Peters was non-committal, it sounds like Jay Harrison has a decent chance to return Thursday following a three-game absence. The 32-year-old Harrison has chipped in one goal and two assists in 13 games so far this season.

11/18/2014

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Jay Harrison

Hurricanes' Harrison Out Tuesday

News: Jay Harrison (lower body) will not play in Tuesday's game against the Stars, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' website reports.
Analysis: Jay Harrison was present at Tuesday's morning skate, but he is not feeling good enough to take the ice Tuesday night. Consider him day-to-day and questionable for Carolina's next game Thursday.

11/17/2014

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Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison Out On Sunday

News: Jay Harrison will not play in Carolina's game on Sunday against the Sharks, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' website reports.
Analysis: This will be the second game in a row that Jay Harrison has missed after he missed Saturday's game against the Bruins. The 32-year-old defenseman has never been much of an offensive threat which has continued this season, scoring just one goal and two assists in 13 games played.

11/16/2014

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Jay Harrison

Harrison (Lower Body) On Ice For Warmups

News: Jay Harrison (lower body) was on the ice for warmups Sunday, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Analysis: Jay Harrison was initially listed out from an earlier report but his presence in warmups indicate he may be able to go. He wasn't part of a defensive pairing, however, indicating he still likely won't play Sunday.

11/15/2014

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Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison Out Saturday

News: Jay Harrison (lower body) will not play Saturday against the Bruins.
Analysis: Jay Harrison missed Friday's practice with the injury and didn't progress enough by Saturday morning for the Hurricanes to feel comfortable signing off on his return. Look for Brett Bellemore to take his spot in the lineup, with Harrison questionable to play Sunday versus the Sharks.

11/14/2014

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Jay Harrison

Carolina's Harrison Dealing With Upper-Body Injury

News: Jay Harrison did not take part in Friday's practice due to an upper-body injury, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' website reports.
Analysis: It's not clear what type of injury Jay Harrison is dealing with, but the Hurricanes figure to provide an update on his status after he is reevaluated Saturday. Consider Harrison questionable for Carolina's next game Saturday against the Bruins.

10/25/2014

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Jay Harrison

Hurricanes' Harrison Provides Two Points Friday

News: Jay Harrison provided a goal and an assist in Friday's loss to the Oilers.
Analysis: After being held out of the lineup as a healthy scratch in the Hurricanes' previous game, Jay Harrison rebounded with his most productive showing of the season. In addition to the pair of points, he also contributed three blocked shots, two hits and two penalty minutes over his 20:08 of action. His third-period goal tied the game with 12 minutes remaining, but the winless Hurricanes were unable to prevail.

10/24/2014

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Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison Benched

News: Jay Harrison was a healthy scratch for Thursday's loss to the Flames, sitting in favor of John-Michael Liles, who was returning to the lineup following a bout of upper-body soreness.
Analysis: This is not a surprising move, as Liles gives the struggling Canes a bit of an offensive boost from the back end. With Liles' return, the team now has a full contingent of eight healthy defensemen, making it difficult to predict when Jay Harrison will be inserted back into the lineup. For fantasy purposes, go with another viable alternative if you have one.

9/26/2014

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Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison Misses Practice

News: Jay Harrison (undisclosed) sat out Thursday's practice, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Analysis: Jay Harrison was apparently "dinged up" during Wednesday's preseason win over the Islanders. It sounds like this is simply a case of bumps and brusies, which should not cause Harrison to miss any significant time.

3/18/2014

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Jay Harrison

Two Rare Assists For Canes' Harrison

News: Jay Harrison picked up a pair of assists in Tuesday's win over Columbus.
Analysis: He'd gone without a point in the last four games and actually hadn't picked up a helper since way back on Dec. 6. With just 11 points on the season, Jay Harrison is well down the list of potential fantasy contributors.

3/9/2014

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Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison Breaks Power-Play Drought

News: Jay Harrison scored his second goal in three games - a power-play marker - in Saturday's 5-4 loss to New Jersey.
Analysis: Jay Harrison ended up as the hero that finally snapped Carolina's 0-25 seven game power-play slump after slipping a wrister past Marty Brodeur in the second. He also scored on March 4, his first goal in nearly three months, so this type of production is highly unlikely to continue. It's worth monitoring the Canes depth chart however, as they're currently eight points out of a playoff spot and coach Kirk Muller will probably do some experimenting with his line configurations as the season winds down. If Harrison gets a regular shot on the man advantage, he could justify a pickup in deeper leagues.

2/17/2014

Jay Harrison, D, WPG No Points Since December For Canes' Harrison

Jay Harrison

No Points Since December For Canes' Harrison

News: Jay Harrison hasn't recorded a point for the Hurricanes since his two-point performance Dec. 6 against the Sharks.
Analysis: The drought has spanned 18 games for Jay Harrison, who has still managed to cobble together a plus-2 rating during that time. He's relied upon mainly for his solid defense at the back end, contributions that most fantasy formats can't measure.

1/13/2014

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Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison Returns To Lineup Sunday

News: Jay Harrison (concussion) returned to the lineup Friday.
Analysis: It was the defenseman's first game since suffering the concussion Dec. 21. He had been activated from IR on Jan. 5, but coach Kirk Muller waited an additional two games before reinserting Jay Harrison into the lineup. He skated 18:37 in the loss to the Blue Jackets, logging two shots on goal and two hits.

1/5/2014

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Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison A Game-Time Call Sunday

News: Jay Harrison (concussion) will be a game-time decision Sunday against the Predators.
Analysis: The Hurricanes went ahead and activated Jay Harrison from IR earlier Sunday, but it sounds like he's still questionable against Nashville. If he's unable to go, Harrison should be considered day-to-day.

1/5/2014

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Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison Activated From IR

News: Jay Harrison (concussion) was activated from injured reserve Sunday.
Analysis: A concussion has sidelined Jay Harrison since Dec. 21, but he'll presumably slot back into the lineup Sunday against Nashville after notching seven points (2G, 5A) in his first 32 games of the season. Cam Ward (lower body) was placed on IR to make room, retroactive to Jan. 1.

12/27/2013

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Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison Placed On IR

News: Jay Harrison (concussion) was placed on injured reserve by the Hurricanes on Friday.
Analysis: Jay Harrison sustained the concussion on Dec. 21 and he will be given an extended period of time to recover from the injury. He will have to be free of concussion symptoms before he returns to the ice for the Hurricanes.

12/27/2013

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Jay Harrison

Hurricanes' Harrison Dealing With Concussion

News: Jay Harrison is dealing with a concussion, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Analysis: Jay Harrison was thought to be dealing with a minor lower-body injury after he was forced to sit out Monday's contest, but with the news surfacing that he's suffered a concussion, it looks like the defenseman could be out much longer. He's likely headed for injured reserve as soon as the Hurricanes make their next roster move.

12/23/2013

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Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison Out Monday

News: Jay Harrison (lower body) will not play Monday against the Blue Jackets.
Analysis: The defenseman is still viewed as day-to-day, so the team is hoping that he'll be ready to go following the Hurricanes' upcoming three-game break.

12/21/2013

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Jay Harrison

Canes Lose Harrison To Injury

News: Jay Harrison left Saturday's game in the first period after playing seven shifts, according to the Associated Press. He apparently suffered a lower-body injury.
Analysis: The extent of the injury remains unknown. Reserve him immediately until more is known.

12/16/2013

Jay Harrison, D, WPG Canes' Harrison Struggling To Contribute

Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison Struggling To Contribute

News: Jay Harrison went pointless for the fourth straight game Saturday against Phoenix, skating just 14:31 with four hits and a blocked shot.
Analysis: Overall this season, Jay Harrison has just seven points in 30 games, so if you drafted him thinking he might surpass the career-best 23 points he posted two seasons ago, you're in for a long season. Harrison's becoming more of a stay-at-home defenseman, tied for third on the team in plus-minus (plus-3) and fourth in both hits (63) and blocked shots (39). If you're in a deep fantasy format that rewards these secondary stat categories, you'll benefit from owning Harrison. His third-pairing ice time means he won't provide much offense, though.

11/21/2013

Jay Harrison, D, WPG Canes' Harrison Rides Pine For Second Straight Game

Jay Harrison

Canes' Harrison Rides Pine For Second Straight Game

News: Jay Harrison will sit Thursday against Detroit, the second consecutive game he's missed as a healthy scratch, the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Analysis: Granted, with just three points in 19 games, Jay Harrison hasn't done much offensively this season. However, it's not like he's been awful in his own zone either -- his plus-1 rating ties him for third-best on the team in that category. Either way, he doesn't offer much by way of fantasy value right now.

10/14/2013

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Jay Harrison

Hurricanes' Harrison Off To Strong Start

News: Jay Harrison assisted on Riley Nash's second-period goal during Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Coyotes, giving him three points through six games so far this season.
Analysis: Jay Harrison seems to be suffering no ill effects from the concussion he sustained in the second-last game against the Rangers last season. While he's not likely to sustain the 40-point pace he's currently on (he's never scored more than 23 in one season), he should continue to be a decent source of fantasy production for those of you in deeper formats.

4/27/2013

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Jay Harrison

Hurricanes' Harrison Suffers Concussion

News: Jay Harrison, who will not play Saturday, is dealing with a concussion, the Raleigh News and Observer's Chip Alexander reports.
Analysis: Jay Harrison took a puck to the face Thursday, and apparently he was concussed, in addition to suffering facial injuries. He should be fine for the start of the 2013-14 season, though concussions can be tricky.