The Hurricanes have made a swap at center, recalling Nicolas Roy and assigning Clark Bishop to Charlotte..

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Roy leads the Checkers with five goals through the first six games of the season and is tied for second with seven points. The second-year pro has already earned himself some hardware this season as well, with the AHL naming him Player of the Week after racking up a staggering six points through the first two games.

A fourth-round pick in 2015, Roy made his NHL debut last season by appearing in the Canes’ final game of the season.

Bishop made his NHL debut in Carolina’s tilt with Colorado on Saturday and appeared in the lineup again for last night’s win over Detroit. The 22-year-old now returns to the Checkers where he has registered three points (1g, 2a) in his first four games.

The Checkers are back in action Wednesday night in Utica before continuing their road trip with a pair of weekend contests in Binghamton and Syracuse.
Nicholas Niedzielski
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Director of Communications Nicholas Niedzielski joined the Checkers in the summer of 2014. A Texas native, he previously worked for the AHL's Texas Stars.