Goaltender Cam Ward stopped 29 shots but that wasn't enough as he and the Carolina Hurricanes took a 5-3 loss to the Ducks in Anaheim Sunday night.
Cam Ward saw his first NHL action in almost two months on Tuesday night, stopping 15 shots in a 3-2 loss to Buffalo.
Cam Ward is projected to get some action with the Carolina Hurricanes down the stretch.
It's unclear who will start for Carolina on Saturday, but don't be surprised if it's Cam Ward.
Cam Ward is anxious to get back in goal for Carolina after recovering from a lower-body injury.
Cam Ward is back with the Hurricanes after a two game conditioning stint with the AHL's Charlotte Checkers where he went 1-1 with a 2.02 goals against average and .937 save percentage.
Updating an earlier item, Cam Ward has been activated by the Hurricanes and assigned to AHL Charlotte for a conditioning stint.
Coach Kirk Muller said Cam Ward will head to the minors for a conditioning stint this week.
Cam Ward (lower body) hasn't resumed skating yet.
Cam Ward missed his fifth straight game Friday because of a lower-body injury.
Cam Ward (lower body) is now on the injured reserve list.
Cam Ward is expected to miss at least two games with his lower-body injury.
Cam Ward hasn't reaggravated his previous groin injury.
Cam Ward is dealing with a lower-body injury.