|Assets:||Goes to the net with authority. Has a goal-scorer's touch and sound defensive instincts, as well. Possesses excellent size. Produces good numbers at lower levels. Can play both wing and center.|
|Flaws:||Must step up his grit and physical game in order to become a great pro. Needs to continue adding strength in order to do so, so he needs to bulk up more. Lacks a little consistency from game to game.|
|Career Potential:||Power forward with a little upside.|
|OHL||Second All-Star Team||2008-09|
|OHL||Third All-Star Team||2009-10|
|9/27/2014||Placed on waivers by the Carolina Hurricanes for the purpose of being assigned to the Charlotte Checkers (AHL).|
|7/02/2014||Re-signed as a restricted free agent by the Carolina Hurricanes to a one-year two-way contract.|
|6/30/2014||Carolina Hurricanes tendered a qualifying offer.|
|1/01/2014||Loaned to the Charlotte Checkers (AHL).|
|12/30/2013||Assigned to the Charlotte Checkers (AHL).|
|12/30/2013||Acquired from the Calgary Flames.|
|9/18/2013||Assigned to Abbotsford (AHL).|
|7/05/2013||Re-signed as a restricted free agent by the Calgary Flames to a one-year contract.|
|7/02/2013||Calgary Flames tendered a qualifying offer.|
|9/14/2012||Assigned to Abbotsford (AHL).|
|3/20/2012||Assigned to Abbotsford (AHL).|
|3/05/2012||Recalled from Abbotsford (AHL).|
|1/04/2012||Assigned to Abbotsford (AHL).|
|12/21/2011||Recalled from Abbotsford (AHL).|
|12/11/2011||Assigned to Abbotsford (AHL).|
|12/10/2011||Recalled from Abbotsford (AHL).|
|9/26/2011||Assigned to Abbotsford (AHL).|
|4/07/2011||Assigned to Abbotsford (AHL).|
|3/22/2011||Recalled from Abbotsford (AHL).|
|2/27/2011||Assigned to Abbotsford (AHL).|
|2/26/2011||Recalled from Abbotsford (AHL).|
|9/30/2010||Assigned to Abbotsford (AHL).|
|9/16/2009||Returned to his junior team (Windsor-OHL).|
|7/21/2009||Signed by the Calgary Flames to an entry-level contract.|
|9/16/2008||Returned to his junior team (Windsor-OHL).|
|12/30/2013||Carolina Hurricanes traded Kevin Westgarth to the Calgary Flames for Greg Nemisz.|
|6/20/2008||Drafted by the Calgary Flames in the 1st round (25th overall) in 2008.|
Hurricanes resign Greg Nemisz for one year | 07/02/2014 7:33 PM
NewsGreg Nemisz signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Hurricanes on Wednesday evening that could pay him $600,000 if he hangs around in the NHL next season.
ImpactThe 24 year old forward scored eight goals and 12 assists for 20 points in 46 AHL games last season. The 25th overall pick from the 2008 NHL Entry Draft has played 15 NHL games in his career, won two Memorial Cups with the Windsor Spitfires and played for Team Canada in the World Juniors. He will earn $100,000 if he remains in the AHL.
Rutherford: We need to stop our slide now | 12/31/2013 9:11 AM
NewsHurricanes GM Jim Rutherford is hoping that trading Kevin Westgarth to Calgary for Greg Nemisz helps shake his team out of its slide.
Raleigh News & Observer
ImpactCarolina has lost five straight games to drop its record to 14-16-9 this season. "We need to change some things and we need to change them quickly," Rutherford said. "We need to stop the slide and stop it now." The trade is likely more about sending a message to the team than anything, as Nemisz isn't someone who can turn a struggling team around. The 23-year-old forward has five goals and nine points in 32 AHL contests this season.
Greg Nemisz off to Canes in swap with Calgary | 12/30/2013 9:32 PM
NewsThe Carolina Hurricanes have dealt forward Kevin Westgarth to the Flames in exchange for winger Greg Nemisz.
ImpactNemisz was a first round selection of the Flames in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, but has yet to emerge as a reliable NHLer, skating in just 15 career games. This trade has no impact on fantasy leagues.
| 01/19/2013 9:00 PM
NewsGreg Nemisz was called up from the minors on Friday January 18.
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