JUST IN: Carolina Hurricanes Reunites Two Brothers in a Two-way Contract…

The Carolina Hurricanes have inked Josiah Slavin to a two-year, two-way contract, marking a notable addition to their roster.

Slavin, known for his versatility and solid two-way play, joins the Hurricanes after a stint with the Toronto Marlies on an AHL contract.

General Manager Eric Tulsky expressed enthusiasm about Slavin’s attributes, highlighting his size, competitiveness, and NHL experience.

Originally drafted by the Chicago Blackhawks in 2018, Slavin brings collegiate and AHL experience, demonstrating his scoring prowess with 10 goals and 14 assists in 70 games for the Marlies.

This signing reunites him with his older brother Jaccob, adding to the Hurricanes’ tradition of sibling pairings on the ice.

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