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  • The offseason has begun, meaning that the Checkers team for next season will begin to take shape over the next few months. What follows is a breakdown of contract situations for those who played last season in Charlotte, as well as upcoming prospects who have already signed with the Carolina Hurricanes and are eligible to play in the AHL next season. The list will be updated throughout the offseason as players re-sign or move on. Under Contract Position Player Years Remaining / Update G Daniel Altshuller 2 G Drew MacIntyre Signed one-year, two-way contract on 5/29 G Rasmus Tirronen 1 D Danny Biega 1 D Trevor Carrick 2 D Tyler Ganly 3 D Keegan Lowe 1 D Ryan Murphy 1 D Brett Pesce 3 D Dennis Robertson 1 C Patrick Brown 1 LW Phil Di Giuseppe 2 LW Brock McGinn 2 C Derek Ryan Signed one-year, two-way contract on 6/15 LW Carter Sandlak 2 LW Sergey Tolchinsky 3 F Brendan Woods 1 Unrestricted Free Agents Position Player Update G John Muse   D Austin Levi   D Beau Schmitz   LW Alex Aleardi   LW Kyle Hagel   C Ben Holmstrom   RW Chad LaRose   F Greg Nemisz   RW Jared Staal   Restricted Free Agents Position Player Update D Rasmus Rissanen   F Zach Boychuk   RW Justin Shugg   C Brody Sutter   #author_infobox {display:none;}
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  • The calendar hasn’t even flipped to June yet the first free agency domino has fallen for the Checkers in the form of veteran goalie Drew MacIntyre re-signing with the organization.
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  • As part of its realignment for the 2015-16 season, the American Hockey League announced Tuesday that the Checkers will remain in the Western Conference as part of the new Central Division.
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