114-Year-Old Goalie – Carolina Hurricanes
John Muse Contract Information:
Muse inked a one-year contract with Carolina on June 7, 2012. The two-way deal pays Muse $525,000 at the NHL level, or $50,000 in the minors.
The Hurricanes have returned Muse to AHL Charlotte, the team's official site reports.
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|Oct. 16||at NYR||Did Not Play|
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|Oct. 10||NYI||Did Not Play|
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for John Muse.
Though he stands a good chance at serving as Carolina's second option behind Cam Ward in 2012-2013, Muse is a long way from a meaningful role within the organization. The former national champion with Boston College spent most of last year in the ECHL, and will almost definitely require some seasoning before proving an asset to the big club. Even if he were on the Canes' roster this season, a healthy Ward plays as much as any goaltender in the league, leaving his backups 10-12 starts per season.