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Topic - Brett Sutter
The Carolina Hurricanes started free agency by locking up their big trade acquisition for the long haul and bringing back a familiar face. They might not be done there.
Former Calgary Flames center Brett Sutter has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct for punching a cab driver outside a Scottsdale bar last year.
Roughly one week after Brett Sutter was jailed following a bar fight, his father traded him away.
Flames forward Brett Sutter has apologized to his family and fans for getting into a fight outside a bar in Arizona.
"I want to apologize to my family, my friends, our fans and the entire Flames family for what took place this past Wednesday night," Sutter said in a statement released by the Flames.