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They Said It: Jordan Martinook and Sebastian Aho on end of Hurricanes’ season

The Carolina Hurricanes wrapped up their player exit media availabilities Friday morning, and it included talks with assistant captain Jordan Martinook, who is a pending unrestricted free agent, and Sebastian Aho. Martinook fielded questions about his UFA status, the uncertainty surrounding his future, and the impact that the Hurricanes’ fanbase...
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Hurricanes' Jordan Martinook: Pair of apples in Game 4

Martinook recorded two assists and five hits in Sunday's 4-3 double-overtime loss to Nashville in Game 4. He got on the scoresheet for the first time in the series by picking up the primary helper on both of Brock McGinn's goals. It was the first multi-point effort of the year for Martinook, who had four goals and nine assists in 44 games in a bottom-six role during the regular season.

Hurricanes' Jordan Martinook: Back in action

Martinook (lower body) will suit up for Monday's game against Nashville, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site. Martinook will dress for Monday's season finale after missing the last nine games. The 28-year-old has 13 points in 43 games this season and will return to a middle-six role.

Hurricanes' Jordan Martinook: Sidelined again Tuesday

Martinook (lower body) remains out of the lineup for Tuesday's game versus the Blackhawks. At this point, it's unclear when Martinook will be able to return. He's missed seven games and counting with the injury.

Hurricanes' Jordan Martinook: Still on the shelf

Martinook (lower body) isn't expected to be available for Tuesday's game versus Detroit, Mike Morreale of reports. Martinook will miss a fourth straight contest with his lower-body issue. The Hurricanes have yet to establish an expected timetable for his recovery, but Martinook's only picked up 13 points through 43 games this season, so most fantasy managers shouldn't need to concern themselves with his availability.
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Hurricanes' Jordan Martinook: Sitting again Monday

Martinook (lower body) will remain sidelined Monday in Dallas, as coach Rod Brind'Amour said the team won't change any skaters from Saturday's lineup, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports. Martinook and Jesper Fast (lower body) will both sit out another game after missing Saturday's action. The next...

The Hurricanes' Jordan Martinook on hockey -- and choosing Mark Wahlberg or Tom Brady

Apr. 15—Editor's note: This is one in a continuing series of profiles on the Carolina Hurricanes' players and staff designed to give people a better look at the players behind the pads. We'll be asking them about hockey, of course, but also about life — hobbies, interests, special moments — to better understand what makes them tick.

A friendship solid as ice: Carolina Hurricanes forward Jordan Martinook forges special bond with 12-year-old fan with Down syndrome

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- The Carolina Hurricanes are still sitting on top of their division as we head into the final month of the regular season - the players say having the fans back in the building makes a huge difference especially as we near the playoffs - and there's one 12-year-old fan who stole the show this weekend reminding us all that sometimes it is bigger than sports.

Hurricanes' Jordan Martinook: Buries lone goal in win

Martinook scored a goal on four shots and added seven hits in Sunday's 1-0 win over the Stars. Martinook got behind the Stars' defense on a pass from Vincent Trocheck, and beat goalie Jake Oettinger for the only goal Sunday. It was Martinook's second tally of the year. The 28-year-old winger has 10 points, 42 shots on net, 62 hits and a minus-6 rating through 34 contests. He saw second-line minutes Sunday, but the Manitoba native has mostly worked in bottom-six assignments this year.

Hurricanes' Jordan Martinook: Dishes helper in win

Martinook notched an assist and two shots on goal in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Predators. Martinook set up Steven Lorentz for a second-period tally, which was ultimately the game-winner. That assist snapped a five-game point drought for Martinook. The Manitoba native has only one goal and five helpers through 19 contests. He's been limited to a fourth-line role primarily -- fantasy managers can find better wing depth than Martinook in most formats.

Hurricanes' Jordan Martinook: Gets first of year

Martinook scored a goal on his only shot and picked up two hits in Saturday's 4-3 shootout win over Dallas. Martinook got the Hurricanes on the board late in the second period, re-directing a Jake Gardiner feed to tie the game 1-1 with 2:31 left in the frame. It was the first goal in nine games this season for the 28-year-old, who dropped from a career-high 15 goals in 2018-19 to just two in 45 games last year.

Hurricanes' Jordan Martinook: Slides assist

Martinook recorded an assist and two shots on goal in Sunday's 6-5 win over the Blue Jackets. Martinook had the lone assist on Brett Pesce's second-period tally. The helper was Martinook's second of the year in six games. The Canadian forward has mostly served in a bottom-six role this season. He's added eight hits, six shots and a minus-4 rating.