Harrison returns to Albany having picked up two assists in an eight-game stretch with the Canes. The veteran stay-at-home D-man was recalled on December 6 and performed well during his time with the big club.
Harrison started the year with Carolina and has now skated in 18 NHL contests this season, registering a goal and four assists.
In 15 games with Albany, Harrison has a goal, seven assists and a plus-4 rating.
Defenseman Brett Carson and forward Pat Dwyer remain with the Hurricanes.
Canes' blueliner Aaron Ward, who cleared waivers on December 15, is still on the chopping block. If Ward is traded or dumped on re-entry waivers, Brett Carson would likely take his place.
Carolina defenseman Joe Corvo, who suffered a serious laceration on November 30, is expected to be sidelined for at least another two months.