Carolina Hurricanes

Carolina Hurricanes Begin a Heartbreaking Offseason

RALEIGH, NC: After Thursday’s unexpected second-round 5-3 elimination loss against the New York Rangers, the Carolina Hurricanes begin an offseason with heartbreak and loss.

The Hurricanes began the playoffs knowing that this season would likely be their last with the core group fans have come to know – and love dearly. The organization has nine UFAs and fan-favorite RFAs. Coach Rod Brind’Amour is on the final year of his contract. The offseason is one to watch in Carolina.

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Shesterskin Continues to Come Up Big for the Blueshirts

After Thursday night’s thrilling 5-3 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes, all anyone could talk about when it came to the New York Rangers was the outstanding play of Chris Kreider. It was more than well deserved as Kreider, 33, had a game for the ages. With the team down 3-1 going into the third period, […]

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Kreider Continues to Cement His Legacy As an All-Time Ranger

Mark Messier. Wayne Gretzky. Chris Kreider? That is right, folks. Kreider, 33, joined Hockey Hall of Famers and legends Messier and Gretzky as the only Ranger to score a natural hat trick in a period during the Stanley Cup playoffs. Ranger fans certainly remember when Messier notched his. It was game 6 of the Eastern Conference […]

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Rangers’ Trouba Wins Mark Messier Leadership Award

While there is no doubt that New York Rangers fans are starting to get scared when it comes to being up three games to two over the Carolina Hurricanes heading into Thursday night’s Game 6 in Raleigh, there is one Rangers player who is not scared. That would be team captain Jacob Trouba. Trouba is […]

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NHL Playoffs: Carolina Hurricanes Bring Game Six to Raleigh

NEW YORK, N.Y.: The Carolina Hurricanes have stunned the hockey world once again. Seemingly adopting the magic that possessed the N.C. State men’s basketball team and arena sharers in March, the Hurricanes have taken a 0-3 series that was expected to be over into a game six.

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NHL Playoffs: Rangers Lacking Urgency To Knock out the Hurricanes

Going into Game 4 with a three games to none series lead over the Carolina Hurricanes, it looked like the New York Rangers would easily move on to the Eastern Conference Finals. Two games later, this series is now three to two as the Hurricanes have taken two straight from the Blueshirts. Not only are […]

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NHL Playoffs: Carolina Hurricanes Survive the New York Rangers in Game 4 | 5/11/2024

Round 2 of the Stanley Cup playoffs is wrapping up, and the Carolina Hurricanes control their own destiny.

After last week’s victory against the New York Islanders at PNC Arena for Game 6, the Hurricanes advanced to Madison Square Garden to play the New York Rangers, current Stanley Cup favorites.

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Vincent Trocheck skating for the New York Rangers

Rangers’ Second Line Doing Everything Right

The New York Rangers‘ second line, consisting of Alexis Lafreniere, Vincent Trocheck, and Artemi Panarin, was dominant in the regular season. Each player recorded career highs in points as Lafreniere had 57 (28 goals and 29 assists), Trocheck had 77 (25 goals and 52 assists), and Panarin had 120 (49 goals and 71 assists). Not […]

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Vincent Trocheck’s Big Night Gives New York Rangers 2-0 Series Lead | 05/07/2024

When Vincent Trocheck stuffed home a loose puck at 7:34 in the second overtime late Tuesday evening, Madison Square Garden erupted in jubilee and relief. The goal capped a tight game that saw several ferocious offensive pushes from the Carolina Hurricanes, a pair of goals from the Rangers’ Alexis Lafreniere and the Hurricanes’ Jake Guentzel, […]

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NHL Announces Lady Byng & Selke Finalists

The National Hockey League announced the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy finalists on Saturday, May 4th, followed by the announcement of the Frank J. Selke Trophy finalists on Sunday, May 5th. Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Auston Matthews of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Elias Pettersson of the Vancouver Canucks, and Jaccob Slavin of the Carolina Hurricanes were […]

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