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Hurricanes place Jokinen, Wallace on waivers

Tuesday, 03.26.2013 / 1:24 PM

By Kurt Dusterberg - NHL.com Correspondent / 2012-2013 At the Rink blog

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Hurricanes place Jokinen, Wallace on waivers

RALEIGH, N.C. -- The Carolina Hurricanes placed forwards Jussi Jokinen and Tim Wallace on waivers Tuesday.

Jokinen, who scored 30 goals three seasons ago, has five goals and 10 points through the first 30 games.

Wallace has played 21 games with Carolina, recording one goal. He has 20 points in 43 games with the Charlotte Checkers of the American Hockey League.

Here are the projected lineups for Tuesday night's game between the Winnipeg Jets and Hurricanes:

JETS

Andrew Ladd - Bryan Little - Blake Wheeler

Evander Kane - Olli Jokinen - Antti Miettinen

Eric Tangradi - Nik Antropov - Kyle Wellwood

Patrice Cormier - Alexander Burmistrov - Chris Thorburn

Tobias Enstrom - Dustin Byfuglien

Grant Clitsome - Zach Bogosian

Paul Postma - Ron Hainsey

Ondrej Pavelec

Al Montoya

Injuries: Mark Stuart, Zach Redmond, Jim Slater, James Wright, Anthony Peluso

Scratches: Derek Meech, Arturs Kulda

HURRICANES

Jiri TlustyEric StaalAlexander Semin

Jeff SkinnerJordan StaalChad LaRose

Tuomo RuutuRiley NashPatrick Dwyer

Kevin Westgarth - Tim Brent - Adam Hall

Tim GleasonJoe Corvo

Joni PitkanenJamie McBain

Jay HarrisonBrett Bellemore

Justin Peters

John Muse

Injuries: Cam Ward, Dan Ellis, Justin Faulk, Bobby Sanguinetti

Scratches: Drayson Bowman, Jussi Jokinen, Tim Wallace

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