Andrei Svechnikov

Will Alex DeBrincat Remain An Ottawa Senator?

The offseason for the National Hockey League is in full swing, with winger Alex DeBrincat potentially being on the trade market. It is highly likely that Alex DeBrincat is traded rather than taken to arbitration or signed via an offer sheet. Since DeBrincat wishes to wait till the completion of the Ottawa Senators sale (via […]

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The Carolina Hurricanes by the bench during a timeout in the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Hurricanes Doing All The Right Things

Winning in the Stanley Cup playoffs is one of the hardest things to do in professional sports. A lot of blood, sweat, tears, sacrifice, and so much more goes into winning a game at this time of the year. That is why it is considered an honor in the NHL to be one of the […]

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Jordan Martinook skating for the Hurricanes in the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Unlikely Playoff Hero Emerging for the Carolina Hurricanes

The Carolina Hurricanes are one win away from the Eastern Conference Finals. They have looked strong all playoffs long and are playing like a true Stanley Cup contender. Despite missing multiple key players due to injury, Carolina was able to handle the New York Islanders in a low-scoring, first-round series. Now their offense is exploding […]

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NHL: Stanley Cup Playoff Eastern Conference Round One Preview with our expert picks

It is that time of year again. The one all hockey fans wait for. It’s Stanley Cup playoff time! Let’s take a look at the matchups schedules and our staff picks for the first round. (1A) Boston Bruins 65-12-5, 135 points vs. (WC2) Florida Panthers 42-32-8, 92 points Here is the Schedule Mon., April 17: Panthers […]

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Report: Hurricanes Star Forward Could Miss Remainder Of Season

The Carolina Hurricanes are the second-best team in the NHL, trailing the Boston Bruins by 11 points for the top spot. After revamping the roster in the offseason, they have shown they are a legitimate Stanley Cup contender this season as they sit first in the Metropolitan Division with a 43-14-8 record and 94 points. […]

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Carolina Hurricanes Mid-Season Awards

Intro We have finally reached the midway point to the 2022-23 NHL Season. For this piece, we will examine the midseason awards for the Carolina Hurricanes. There have been a lot of bright spots with this team that is currently first in the Metropolitan Division.  Team MVP Andrei Svechnikov For his first-ever All-Star nomination, he […]

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The Hurricanes Are Surging

When it comes to looking at some of the most consistent teams in the NHL over the last several seasons, there is one team that always comes to my mind despite the fact that they have not won the Stanley Cup in these years, and that is the Carolina Hurricanes. Year in and year out, […]

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Game Preview: Penguins vs Hurricanes

The Pittsburgh Penguins take on the Carolina Hurricanes tonight at PNC Arena in Raleigh at 5 PM eastern. The Penguins are currently 18-8-4 and sit third in the Metropolitan division with 40 points. The Hurricanes are currently 18-6-6 and sit second in the Metropolitan division with 42 points. The game will be shown on AT&T […]

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Bo Horvat Linked to Surprise Team as Canucks Continue to Struggle

The Vancouver Canucks entered this season with hopes of starting the season off with a new outlook after changing head coaches in the offseason. Unfortunately, that has not happened as they have been on a downward spiral that looks to only continue. Due to the lack of success to start the season, the trade rumors […]

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Max Pacioretty Sidelined Six Months With Torn Achilles

It wasn’t the best news for Canes fans on Tuesday as they learned their newly acquired top-six winger, Max Pacioretty, will recover from a torn Achilles. It will take approximately six months to recover from this injury fully. The newly acquired Canes forward will have to wait until the new year to make his Hurricanes […]

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