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Key Stats
W-L-OTGAASV%SOSVSMINS
26-22-122.690.905215493618
 
Situational Stats
SituationGPWLOTGAASV%
on road116312.74.915
vs. PIT11001.00.963
 
Projections
W-LGAASV%SOSVSMINS
9-142.830.90317381677
 
Recent Trades
DateTradedTraded For
08/09/2017Cam Ward, G CAR
Joel Eriksson Ek, C MIN
Brendan Perlini, LW ARI
 
Last 10 Games
03/25NJ00000.00
03/27DET00000.00
03/28DET10021.9551
03/30CLB10123.9581
04/01DAL01021.9551
04/02PIT00000.00
04/04MIN01031.8615
04/06NYI00000.00
04/08STL00035.8974
04/09PHI00000.00
 
 
 
Latest News

Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Starting Wednesday

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(11:36 am ET) Ward will be in the blue paint for Wednesday's preseason contest against Tampa Bay, Michael Smith of the team's official site reports.

Wednesday will be Ward's first game action this season, coming in the second of back-to-back games against the Bolts. At the moment, Ward is set to enter the campaign as Scott Darling's backup, but it's not unreasonable to think that he could play his way into the starting role or a 1A-1B situation with Darling -- making him a potential steal in fantasy leagues.

Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Gets night off Monday

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(9/18/17) Ward will not appear in Monday's preseason tilt against Buffalo, Michael Smith of the team's official site reports.

The 2006 Conn Smythe Trophy winner is entering what will be his first NHL season as the undoubted No. 2 goaltender for the Hurricanes. On Monday, though, Jeremy Smith -- who projects to be the organization's No. 1 goalie at the AHL level -- will be given a chance to impress in the cage.

Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Comes to terms with backup role

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(9/1/17) Ward is accepting of his role as Scott Darling's backup for the Hurricanes, the Raleigh News & Observer reports.

Spoken like a true professional, Ward supports the team's decision to acquire Darling -- he's on the books for four years, $16.6 million -- adding that he would "assist Darling any way he can, with the goal of making the Canes a playoff team again." While this promises to be an adjustment for Ward given that he'd been Carolina's No 1 netminder since the 2006-07 Stanley Cup-winning season, the Alberta native can take pride in the fact that he ranks 33rd all-time with 295 wins and is a beloved figure in Raleigh having spent all 12 years of his career there. Ward is coming off an underwhelming campaign in which he posted a 26-22-12 record, 2.68 GAA and .905 save percentage, and getting relegated to backup duty further squashes his fantasy value. As a result, he may even go undrafted in leagues with shallow rosters.

Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Exposed by Carolina

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(6/19/17) Ward was not protected by the Hurricanes in advance of the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft, theScore reports.

Carolina decided not to protect Ward or Eddie Lack, which is hardly a surprise after seeing Scott Darling acquired from the Blackhawks in late April and subsequently signed to a four-year, $16.6 million deal. In a figurative sense, the Hurricanes may forever be indebted to Ward after the netminder guided the franchise to its first and only Stanley Cup in 2006, not to mention that he's stuck with them for 12 seasons. Ward is somewhat affordable at $3.3 million and one year remaining on his contract, but he's far past his prime with a 2.69 GAA and .905 save percentage unlikely to have led many fantasy owners to a title this year.

Hurricanes' Cam Ward: Gives up four goals in shootout loss

by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(4/9/17) Ward stopped 35 of 39 shots in Saturday's shootout loss to the Blues.

Ward came up with a few big saves during regulation and overtime, but ultimately couldn't stop Patrik Berglund and Vladimir Tarasenko in the shootout. The 33-year-old has had a rocky season and has given up nine goals in his last two outings. Ward turned in some strong showings this year, but his inconsistent play and .905 save percentage left lots to be desired.

 
 

 
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CAREER STATS
SEASONTeamGPWLTOTMINSGASOGAAAPIM
2005-06Carolina281480214849103.6820
2006-07Carolina60302106342216722.9316
2007-08Carolina69372505393018042.7514
2008-09Carolina68392305392816062.4414
2009-10Carolina47182305265111902.6930
2010-11Carolina743726010431818442.5610
2011-12Carolina683023013398818252.7404
2012-13Carolina1796019294402.8400
2013-14Carolina3010120616458403.0612
2014-15Carolina51222405302612112.4004
2015-16Carolina522317010303812212.4100
2016-17Carolina612622012361816222.6916
625295230080359771616252.701130
POSTSEASON STATS
SEASONTeamGPWLTOTMINSGASOGAAAPIM
2005-06Carolina231580313204722.1410
2008-09Carolina188100111014922.6700
4123180424219642.3810