Found October 17, 2011 on Lord Stanley's Blog:
The Canes have recalled forward Brett Sutter from the Charlotte Checkers of the American Hockey League (AHL) on an emergency basis. Forward Zac Dalpe suffered a lower body injury during Friday’s game in Buffalo and his status is listed as week-to-week. Sutter, 24, has skated in four games for the Checkers this season, and has not registered a point. He was named Charlotte’s captain prior to the season.

Brett Sutter nervous, excited about opportunity

Zac Dalpe's injury means Brett Sutter will be on the Canes' three-game road trip to Boston, St. Louis and Winnipeg. And while Sutter grew up around the NHL and NHL games, there's something special to putting on the sweater and playing. "Absolutely," Sutter said today. "My dad told me the first time I ever got called up that if I wasn't nervous I wasn...

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'Canes recall Sutter for injured Dalpe

The Carolina Hurricanes have recalled left wing Brett Sutter from Charlotte of the American Hockey League with forward Zac Dalpe sidelined.

Hurricanes Recall Brett Sutter from Charlotte

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Canes will call up forward with Dalpe out

With forward Zac Dalpe listed as "week to week" with a lower-body injury, the Canes will call up a forward from the Charlotte Checkers (AHL), coach Paul Maurice said today. Dalpe was injured Friday in the first period of the Canes' 4-3 win at Buffalo and did not return. Maurice said a decision on his replacment would be made after the Checkers' game today. With...
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