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Profile for Noah Carroll

Noah Carroll was the Carolina Hurricanes sixth-round selection in the 2016 NHL draft. Carroll is a defenseman who played for the Guelph Storm in the Ontario Hockey League in 2015-16. He is a strong skater with projectable NHL size and potentially a value pick with upside where the Canes nabbed him in the sixth round. Entering the 2015-16 season, he was projected to be a third or fourth round NHL selection but had a challenging season stepping into a first pairing defense role on a rebuilding Guelph team that struggled. He is a player whose stock could be much higher than his sixth round pedigree if he rebounds in the 2016-17 season.


Reading list of external articles about Noah Carroll

The official web site of the Guelph Storm had this “Player Profile” for Carroll in January of 2016.

Dominic Tiano from OHL Writers has this profile for Carroll at about the midway point of the 2015-16 season.

Brock Otten from OHL Prospects has an insightful short read on Carroll from his pre-draft scouting.


See him on PNC Arena ice in a Hurricanes uniform for the first time this week on Wednesday and Thursday at 5:30pm for practices and Saturday at 12pm for the Hurricanes prospect camp scrimmage. Parking and admission are free; concessions are available but not free.

Go Canes!

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