Found February 06, 2012 on Lord Stanley's Blog:
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The Canes have reassigned forward Riley Nash to the Charlotte Checkers (AHL). Nash, 22, played three games with the Hurricanes following his Jan. 30 recall. He has recorded one assist and averaged 10:34 of ice time in five games for the Hurricanes this season. Nash has scored six goals and earned 12 assists  in 41 games with the Checkers this season.
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