Dougie Hamilton underwent successful surgery on his wrist and is expected to be ready for the start of 2023-24.
Hamilton announced Tuesday that he had successfully underwent successful surgery to repair a wrist injury on his right arm and will be ready at the start of the 2023-24 season. The 29-year-old is coming off an impressive career-season in New Jersey, where he finished fourth in the NHL in points among defensemen with 74 (22G/52A) and first in SOG (275).
Hamilton (jaw) is expected to be back in the Devils lineup on Thursday.
Hamilton has been sidelined since January 2nd but is set to return to the lineup on Thursday. Damon Severson played very well while Hamilton was out, posting 14 points (2G / 12A) in 16 games and he will remain on PP1 in Hamilton's return. Hamilton had 10 points (2G / 8A) in his last 15 games before getting hurt, with nine of those points coming at 5v5.
Hamilton (jaw) will not play Sunday vs. the Penguins.
Hamilton (jaw) was a full participant in Saturday's practice but is questionable to play Sunday.
Hamilton was cleared to practice on Saturday but it is just a matter of when Hamilton feels ready to play, according to head coach Lindy Ruff. Consider him a game-time decision on Sunday.
Hamilton will not travel on the Devils' three-game road trip.
Hamilton has yet to be cleared for contact, so he will miss at least three more games. The next opportunity for Hamilton to return will be Sunday vs. the Penguins.
Hamilton (jaw) resumed skated this week and will be evaluated week-to-week.
Hamilton remains week-to-week after undergoing surgery to repair his broken jaw but the fact that he returned to the ice is a good sign. However, it sounds like he's still a few weeks away from returning to the lineup.
The Devils added Dougie Hamilton to the COVID-19 protocol list.
Hamilton was already sidelined with a broken jaw, so this likely doesn't change his timeline at all. The Devils have yet to release any details of when they expect to get him back in the lineup.
Hamilton has been placed on IR and will have surgery on his broken jaw on Wednesday.
Hamilton took a puck to the face on Sunday and broke his jaw. Hamilton will undergo surgery on Wednesday and will be out until at least January 9th. Expect a more detailed timeline after his surgery is complete.
Hamilton (head) will not play Tuesday in Boston.
Hamilton was hit in the face by a puck on Sunday and remained in New Jersey to be evaluated, so he will not play Tuesday. Christian Jaros will draw into the lineup to replace Hamilton.
Hamilton (lower-body) is expected to return to the Devils lineup on Thursday.
Hamilton has missed the last three games with a lower-body injury but the Devils anticipate him play on Thursday. Hamilton has two goals with four assists while averaging 21:56 TOI/gm through his first eight games with the Devils.
Hamilton is not on the ice for warmups; will miss his third straight game.
Hamilton (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Hamilton has missed the last two games with a lower-body injury but was on the ice this morning and will be a game-time decision vs. the Panthers. Hamilton has picked up two goals and four assists (six points) in his first eight games with the Devils.
Hamilton (lower-body) will not play Friday against the Kings.
Source: 11/5/21, 10:05 pm EST
The Devils have signed Dougie Hamilton to a seven-year contract worth $63 million ($9.0M AAV).
Hamilton (rest) will not play on Monday.
With first place in the Central Division locked up, the Hurricanes will rest a few players in their season finale. With Hamilton resting, Joey Keane will make his NHL debut.
Hamilton will take warmups and is expected to play in Game 1 vs. the Bruins.
As expected, it looks like Hamilton will make his long-awaited return in Game 1 vs. his former team. Head coach Rod Brind'Amour did not announce who would come out of the lineup for Hamilton but it's expected to be Haydn Fleury. Hamilton will likely skate with Jaccob Slavin and quarterback the top power-play unit, bumping Sami Vatanen to PP2.
Hamilton could play in Game 1 vs. the Bruins.
Hamilton was on the ice again for Monday's practice and head coach Rod Brind'Amour said he is "hopeful" that Hamilton will be ready for Game 1 on Tuesday. It would be his first game since January 16th. He had 40 points (14G / 26A) in 47 regular-season games before breaking his leg vs. Columbus.
Hamilton returned to Hurricanes' practice on Thursday.
Hamilton, who missed the Hurricanes' three-game sweep of the Rangers, practiced for the first time since July 22nd. Carolina likely won't play for a week, so Hamilton will have plenty of time to get back up to speed before Round 1. In practice Hamilton skated alongside Jaccob Slavin on the Hurricanes' top defensive pair. He was also the lone defenseman on the team's first power-play unit.
Hamilton (undisclosed) will not play in Game 1.
Hamilton was set to return from a broken leg before he suffered a new injury in Training Camp 2.0. Head coach Rod Brind'Amour ruled him out for Game 1 vs. the Rangers on Saturday but said he's getting better and would not rule out a potential return during the five-game series.
Hamilton (undisclosed) reportedly expected to miss "weeks."
Hamilton reportedly suffered a new injury, unrelated to the broken leg which forced him to miss the final two and half months of the regular season. Sara Civ of The Athletic reported that Hamilton's absence is "in the realm of weeks not months." This is untimely news as the Hurricanes enter the hub city bubble and get set to face the Rangers on Saturday. Carolina was 11-7-3 (11th in the NHL) after Hamilton was hurt in mid-January.