The Blues signed Mackenzie MacEachern to a two-year contract worth $1.55 million ($775K AAV).
MacEachern failed to make a regular season appearce with Carolina during the regular season in 2022-23 but appeared in eight games in the playoffs, picking up a goal and an assist to go along with six PIMs leading to him signing a two-year contract worth $1.55 million ($775K AAV) with St. Louis. The 29-year-old left-winger returns to St.Louis, where he picked up 11 goals and 19 points through 115 games played with the Blues between 2018 to 2022.
MacKenzie MacEachern will be back in the Hurricanes' lineup for Game 2 vs. Florida.
MacKenzie MacEachern will draw back into the Hurricanes' lineup for Game 4.
MacEachern has been a healthy scratch since last series but will draw back into the lineup ahead of Game 4 in place of Jesse Puljujarvi. The 29-year-old has a goal and an assist along with four SOG, six PIMs and a +2 plus/minus through three games so far in the playoffs.
MacKenzie MacEachern will be a healthy scratch for Game 1 vs. New Jersey.
MacEachern had a goal, an assist, four SOG, six PIMs and a +2 plus/minus through three games in round one but will be a healthy scratch for Game 1 of round two vs. New Jersey Wednesday. The 29-year-old will be replaced by Jack Drury (upper-body) in Carolina's lineup.
Source: Tom Gulitti 05/3/23, 1:05 pm EST
MacEachern will make his series debut in Game 4 vs. the Islanders.
MacKenzie MacEachern has been recalled from Chicago (AHL).
MacEachern had 11 goals, 19 assists, 12 PIMs and a +8 plus/minus through 37 games with the Chicago Wolves (AHL) and has been recalled to Carolina on Thursday. The call-up comes on the news that Teavu Teravainen has a broken hand and will be out for the remainder of the playoffs.
Source: Walt Ruff 04/20/23, 12:51 pm EST
The Hurricanes have signed Mackenzie MacEachern to a one-year, two-way contract.
MacEachern played four years with the Blues, scoring 11 goals with eight assists (19 points) in 111 games. He played most of 2022 in the AHL, tallying 25 points (12G / 13A) in 47 games with Springfield. In Carolina, he'll likely be a fringe roster player again and could start the season in the AHL.
MacEachern (upper-body) will miss at least the next two games.
MacEachern suffered an upper-body injury vs. the Wild on Friday, missed Saturday's game and will not travel on the Blues' two-game road trip. Jordan Kyrou replaced him on Saturday and will obviously remain in the lineup on Tuesday.
Source: Lou Korac 04/11/22, 3:31 pm EST
MacEachern will draw into the Blues lineup on Monday.
MacEachern was a healthy scratch for the last two games but will replace Logan Brown on the fourth line on Monday. MacEachern has just one assist in seven games while averaging just 8:17 TOI/gm.
The Blues have recalled Mackenzie MacEachern from the taxi squad.
MacEachern was originally sent to the taxi squad to the Blues could become cap compliant but was able to be recalled Wednesday because Vladimir Tarasenko was moved to LTIR. MacEachern had 10 points (7G / 3A) in 51 games a season ago.
MacEachern is expected to come out of the Blues lineup in Game 5.
MacEachern is expected to draw into the Blues lineup on Thursday.
MacEachern will replace Ivan Barbashev, who left the bubble to be with his wife for the birth of their child. The 26-year-old had seven goals and three assists (10 points) in 51 regular-season games.
Source: Lou Korac 08/6/20, 10:50 am EST
The Blues have signed Mackenzie MacEachern to a two-year extension worth $1.8 million ($900K AAV).
After splitting the 2018-19 campaign between the NHL and AHL, MacEachern spent the entire 2019-20 season (until it was paused) with the Blues, scoring seven goals with three assists (10 points) in 50 games. The 26-year-old, former third-round pick now has 10 goals and five assists (15 points) in 79 career NHL games and will now be a fixture in St. Louis' bottom-6 for at least the next few seasons.
MacEachern will be back in the Blues lineup on Saturday.
The Blues have signed Mackenzie MacEachern to a one-year extension worth $750K.
Source: Lou Korac 02/9/19, 6:37 pm EST
The Blues have recalled MacKenzie MacEachern from San Antonio (AHL).
The Blues have recalled Mackenzie MacEachern from San Antonio (AHL).
MacEachern, 24, was a third-round pick (No.67 overall) in 2012 and is expected to make his NHL debut on Thursday. MacEachern has nine goals and six assists (15 points) in 31 games with the Rampage.
Source: Lou Korac 01/10/19, 12:06 pm EST