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Tim Wallace

Tim Wallace  #29

Right Wing
NUMBER: 29 BIRTHDATE: August 6, 1984
HEIGHT: 6' 1" BIRTHPLACE: Anchorage, AK, United States
WEIGHT: 207
Shoots: Right

Last Game: Was (even) with three hits in 10:26 of ice time vs. NYR (4/25)

* Earned his first assist of the season on Justin Faulk's second-period goal vs. PHI (4/20)

* Recalled from Charlotte (4/10)

* Scored one goal and averaged 10:09 of ice time per game in 21 games with Carolina from 2/4-3/18, before being assigned to Charlotte (3/27)

* Scored his first Hurricanes goal in the first period at NYI (2/11)

* Recorded 15 penalty minutes at PHI (2/9)

* Recalled from Charlotte (AHL) on Feb. 2

* Registered nine goals and 13 assists in 47 games for Charlotte (AHL) this season. 

* Split the 2011-12 season between Bridgeport (AHL), the New York Islanders and Tampa Bay

* Established NHL career highs in games played (49), goals (3), assists (6) and points (9) in 2011-12

* OFF THE RADAR: Tim won a gold medal with the U.S. at the Under -18 World Championship, earning seven points (2g, 5a) in eight tournament games

* Career Highs: G: 1  A: 1  P: 1  PIM: 5

HURRICANES CAREER TOTALS: 27 gp, 1-1-2, 17 pim

Signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh, May 29, 2007. Signed as a free agent by NY Islanders, July 21, 2011. Claimed on waivers by Tampa Bay from NY Islanders, February 23, 2012. Signed as a free agent by Carolina, July 19, 2012.
Quote of the Day

What we expected is what we got. Very mature young individual that's focused. He is on the right track. He's not only a great hockey individual, but he's a good person off the ice. He seemed to take a leadership role with this group right off the hop and ran away with it, and was vocal, was respectful, was everything it takes to be a Panther. His future looks bright.

— Florida Panthers director of player development Brian Skrudland on defenseman Aaron Ekblad's performance at development camp