From Luke Decock of the News & Observer:
The Canes signed Sutter to a three-year, entry-level contract last March, and he finished out the season with their farm team in Albany (AHL) to positive reviews.
With opening night three months away, the 19-year-old is penciled in as the Canes' fourth-line center. Actually, it might even be ink.
"We feel he's ready to move in there," Hurricanes general manager Jim Rutherford said. "Unless something unforeseen comes along that we don't expect, he will be with the team."
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Sutter is an up-and-down winger who plays a physical style; which is shocking for a Sutter family member! Joking aside, the big youngster isn't really a scorer but does just about everything else a team could ask for both on and and off the ice. He will surely be a welcome addition to the Canes' forward ranks.