The Lethbridge Hurricanes are getting two of their big guns back just before the start of the regular season.
Goaltender Brandon Anderson is on his way back from the Washington Capitals camp and Brody Sutter is heading to Lethbridge after spending the last few week in Carolina. Brody Sutter said this on Twitter this week: "Headed back to Lethbridge for my 20 year old season. #mixedemotions. Thanks to the Hurricanes organization. I'll be back, #bigger&better"
Hurricanes Assistant G.M. Brad Robson told me today both players will give the Canes a big boost heading into opening weekend and he mentioned the veteran presence will also help the younger players who are seeing their first taste of the Western Hockey League.
With Anderson returning, this now leaves the Canes will three goaltenders: Brandon Anderson, Damien Ketlo, and Tanner Kovacs and with the severity of Austin Fyten's injury still unknown, the Hurricanes have some interesting decisions to make over the next few weeks, leading to the overage cut down date in mid-October.
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