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Day 3 Recap: http://hurricanes.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=678369

 

Also, apparently the Segey Tolchinsky rumors are true, he is a hell of a player but just too small at only 5'9.

 

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Tolchinsky just pulled a toe drag move that made both benches stand up. Ridiculous.

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Here's a phenomenal article on Mike Chiasson

 

Mike is the son of former Hurricane Steve Chiasson. Steve was killed in a car wreck in North Raleigh in 1999. It was determined that Steve was under the influence of alcohol when he crashed.

 

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/canes-invite-chiassons-son-developmental-070432221--nhl.html

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Final Day Recap: http://hurricanes.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=678548

 

Scrimmage Recap: http://blogs.newsobserver.com/canes/murphy-tolchinsky-shine-in-scrimmage#.UerrAzJH3zU.twitter

 

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Kirk Muller talking to Canes fans at Summerfest. On Lindholm injury: "He'll be fine. It set him back a week."

 

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Muller says Canes felt they needed more size moving into new division. Was factor in signing Mike Komisarek.

 

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Muller says Cam Ward is "ahead of schedule" and "raring to go." Says excited about Ward-Khudobin combo.

 

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Muller says Eric Staal is ahead of schedule and training with his brothers in Thunder Bay as rehabs knee injury.

 

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Muller praised LaRose's energy and contributions to Canes but said new "dynamics" of team resulted in LaRose's departure.

 

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Muller says he feels "quite comfortable" with team going into new division. "We're capable of playing with these guys."

 

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Ron Francis on Lindholm: "He has high-end speed. Incredible hands. He's extremely competitive."

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Scrimmage Recap

 

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Brind'Amour handling one team for rookie scrimmage. MacLean and Lewis on other bench. Muller in stands.

 

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Tolchinsky goes top shelf for first goal of scrimmage.

 

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Murphy knocks one in for the White team. Nice shot from left circle.

 

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Altshuller in net for Red and Olson for White. After giving up Murphy goal, Altshuller with nice stop on Pedersen shot.

 

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It's 4 on 4 in second period of scrimmage.

 

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Pedersen with a goal for White.

 

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Shea with nice takeaway and breakaway goal for White.

 

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Tolchinsky strikes again after some nice stickhandling in traffic.

 

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Carrick with goal for Red and 3-3 tie.

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Lindholm says shoulder is OK, heading back to Sweden. Said should play for Canes in Traverse City tournament

 

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Lindholm disappointed didn't get to play in scrimmage but says had fun. "It was a great week, learning about the organization

 

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Asked Tolchinsky for his official height and weight. His answer: 5-8, 164. So that's that.

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Muller on Lindholm: "He just tweaked his shoulder a little bit. He should be fine. It’s July.

 

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In State of #Canes discussion, Muller addresses LaRose situation. Says younger guys can fill the role he played.

 

 

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