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Kraken Recall Joey Daccord, Assign Max McCormick to Charlotte

Ahead of their upcoming home stand the Kraken have recalled Joey Daccord from Charlotte and assigned Max McCormick to the Checkers. Daccord currently ranks fourth in the AHL in both goals-against average (2.18) and save percentage (.925), holding a 8-5-1 record for the Checkers this season - including a 5-1-0 run over his last six appearances.
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Kraken's Max McCormick: Sent to AHL Charlotte

McCormick was reassigned to AHL Charlotte on Tuesday. McCormick has averaged 7:52 of ice time and been held without a point over eight NHL appearances this season. The 28-year-old has scored six goals and distributed four assists over 15 AHL Charlotte performances in 2021-22. His absence from the Kraken's bottom six will have a minimal impact in most fantasy circles.
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Kraken's Max McCormick: Playing against Stars

McCormick will be on the active roster and in the lineup versus Dallas on Wednesday, Marisa Ingemi of The Seattle Times reports. McCormick has logged just eight games for the Kraken this year in which he has generated seven shots, 10 hits and eight PIM but remains pointless. In the minors, the Ohio State product has produced 10 points in 15 games for the Checkers.
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Max McCormick Recalled By Seattle

Max McCormick is on his way back to the NHL, as the Kraken have recalled the forward from Charlotte. McCormick has registered 10 points and is tied for Charlotte with six goals despite only playing 15 games thus far. He is also tied for third in the AHL with three game-winning goals.
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Kraken's Max McCormick: Back with big club

McCormick was recalled from AHL Charlotte on Monday, per the AHL's transactions list. McCormick has been held without a point in five NHL games this season and hasn't suited up for Seattle since Nov. 9. The 29-year-old forward will likely be a healthy scratch Tuesday in San Jose.
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Kraken's Max McCormick: Placed on waivers

McCormick was waived by the Kraken on Wednesday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports. Unsurprisingly, McCormick's short stay in training camp wasn't enough to earn him a spot on the big club's initial roster. The 29-year-old winger will likely end up with AHL Charlotte unless he's claimed on waivers. He'll serve as organization forward depth, but it's unlikely he'll make much of a scoring impact even if he's called up during the season.
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Kraken Sign Max McCormick to 1-Year Deal

The Seattle Kraken bring in Max McCormick as a depth signing to add grit to a forward group in need of a physical presence. McCormick earned the largest contract of his career in terms of average annual value (AAV) when he signed with the Kraken September 29th. He joins former linemate Morgan Geekie on the team, and looks to become more of an NHL contributor this season. McCormick spent more of last season on Carolina’s taxi squad or on the injured reserve. He still managed to find a little playing time, getting into 12 games in 2020-21. In those games, he contributed two goals and one assist while only averaging 7:49 on ice time per game (ATOI).
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Max McCormick Signs One-Year Deal With Kraken

A familiar face is back in the fold for the Checkers, as Max McCormick has signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Seattle Kraken. The Wisconsin-born forward spent the 2019-20 campaign in Charlotte, putting up 35 points (16g, 19a) in 56 games while ranking fourth on the team in goals and setting a career high in helpers. McCormick also brought a physical edge to the squad, leading the Checkers in penalty minutes with the 10th highest single-season total in franchise history (120).
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Kraken sign forward Max McCormick to two-way contract

SEATTLE – The Kraken have signed another forward. Max McCormick, who the Ottawa Senators drafted with the 171st pick in the 2011 draft, also spent time with the Carolina Hurricanes last year. In 85 NHL games, the 29-year-old has scored 13 points (eight goals and five assists), with 168 points...
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Seattle Kraken Sign Max McCormick

The Seattle Kraken have signed depth forward Max McCormick to a one-year, two-way contract according to CapFriendly. The deal will carry an NHL salary of $750K, an AHL salary of $150K, and a minor league guarantee of $200K. McCormick, 29, played in 12 games for the Carolina Hurricanes last season...
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Kraken's Max McCormick: Signs in Seattle

McCormick signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Kraken on Wednesday, per PuckPedia. McCormick posted three points and 16 hits in 12 games with the Hurricanes last season. The 29-year-old winger is unlikely to begin the year with the Kraken, so expect him to report to AHL Charlotte. Even if he makes his way to the big club later in 2021-22, he'll likely be stuck in a depth role.
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About Last Season: Max McCormick 2020-21 Performance Review and Grade

NHL Seasons: 5 (partial) Advanced Numbers: 42.6 CF%, 34.21 SCF%, 35.57 xGF%, 100.0 GF%. It was certainly a strange season for Max McCormick. McCormick re-signed with the Carolina Hurricanes on a one year, two-way deal at the start of the 2020-21 season and began the year on the team’s taxi squad.
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Hurricanes' Max McCormick: In lineup Monday

McCormick was recalled to the active roster for Monday's tilt with the Predators. McCormick will suit up for the 10th straight game with Carolina on Monday. He has three points and a plus-3 rating over his last nine contests.
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Hurricanes' Max McCormick: Reassigned to taxi squad

McCormick was sent to the taxi squad Sunday, per CapFriendly. McCormick has three points and a plus-3 rating over the last eight games. He'll likely be back on the active roster for Monday's game against the Predators.
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Max McCormick Placed On Waivers

You don’t often see players placed on waivers after the trade deadline, as roster limits are lifted and teams can carry everyone they need. In today’s cap world though, there are sometimes situations that require a team to move a player down even after the deadline has passed. That’s what has happened with the Carolina Hurricanes today, who have placed Max McCormick on waivers to create some roster flexibility.
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Hurricanes' Max McCormick: Designated for waivers

McCormick was placed on waivers Friday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports. McCormick is unlikely to garner much in the way of interest given most teams have finalized their postseason rosters. In 10 appearances for the Canes this year, the 29-year-old winger registered two goals on five shots, 16 hits and two blocks while averaging just 7:06 of ice time. By waiving McCormick, Carolina will be able to move him between the active roster and taxi squad throughout the playoffs.
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Hurricanes' Max McCormick: In lineup Thursday

McCormick was promoted to the active roster and will play Thursday against Chicago, Michael Smith of the Hurricanes' official site reports. This comes as no surprise, as McCormick has suited up for the last seven games. He'll resume his role on the fourth line, where he's managed two goals in 7:28 of average ice time over the aforementioned seven-game span.
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Hurricanes' Max McCormick: Recalled from taxi squad

McCormick was added to the active roster for Monday's game against the Blackhawks, according to CapFriendly. The 29-year-old made his sixth straight appearance in Carolina's lineup Monday. He recorded two PIM in 8:56 of ice time.
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Hurricanes' Max McCormick: Bounced to taxi squad

McCormick was demoted to the taxi squad Sunday, CapFriendly reports. McCormick has been in the lineup for each of the last five games and could be recalled for Monday's game against Chicago. The 29-year-old has two goals in seven games this season.
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Hurricanes' Max McCormick: Back on active roster

McCormick was promoted to the active roster under emergency conditions Thursday, per CapFriendly. McCormick continues to be an injury replacement for Jordan Martinook (lower body). The 28-year-old McCormick has two goals in six outings.
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