Carolina Hurricanes

Max Pacioretty Re-Tears Achilles Tendon

Oh, the mighty have fallen. The highly talented winger, acquired in the offseason, hits the shelf again. Max Pacioretty has re-torn his Achilles tendon, which had him miss the start of the season. The skilled winger tore it the other night against the Minnesota Wild. Pacioretty has been placed on injured reserve and will likely […]

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Max Pacioretty Inching Closer To Return

Christmas has come early. The Carolina Hurricanes have activated forward Max Pacioretty from the injured non-roster list. With the trade deadline within reach, this is a huge upgrade to the roster. The Carolina Hurricanes currently sit first in the Metropolitan Division.  Max Pacioretty Nearing Return Finally, the organization and the fan base get to see […]

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Weathering The Storm: Rangers Overcome Slow Start, Surge Past Carolina Hurricanes 5-3

The Rangers have experienced many highs and lows throughout the first half of this season. Recently their play and results have been more favorable, but many still felt they needed to see more from them before truly believing this team could match last year’s surprising squad. However, last night’s gritty, bounceback 5- 3 victory against […]

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Carolina Hurricanes Dominance Propels Them To Division Lead

Introduction Take Warning because here come the Carolina Hurricanes. After being in the passenger seat due to the dominance of the New Jersey Devils, the tides have turned. Carolina has been clicking and firing on all cylinders. And after a dominant month of December, the Hurricanes are in the driver’s seat of the division. As […]

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Oilers: Aim Higher

As the Oilers, defensive struggles continue, and Ken Holland works the phones. One name that keeps coming up is Joel Edmundson… oh boy. Joel Edmundson is a left defenseman on the Montreal Canadians, and he joined the Habs in 2020 after being traded for a 5th-round pick (the cost is so low because he was […]

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Ryan Strome

Strome Snipes OT Winner

The Ducks snapped a six-game losing streak and stole a win from the Carolina Hurricanes last night at Honda Center thanks to Ryan Strome’s overtime winner. The 14-6-6 (34 points) Hurricanes came into Anaheim with a four-game winning streak as they sit in second place in the Metropolitan Division. Needless to say, the Canes were […]

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Hurricanes Might Have a Norris Trophy Sleeper

Jacob Slavin has been a terrific defenseman for the Carolina Hurricanes since being selected in the fourth round of the 2012 NHL Draft. Slavin has finished in the top 20 in Norris Trophy, voting for the league’s best defenseman for the last six seasons. The last campaign saw a career-high in points with 42 and […]

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Three Takeaways From Hurricanes’ 4-1 win over Blue Jackets

Martin Necas had a goal and two assists to lead the host Carolina Hurricanes to a 4-1 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets in Raleigh on Wednesday night. After a scoreless first period, Columbus’ Patrick Laine opened the scoring eleven seconds into the second period, assisted by Zach Werenski. Laine would leave the game due […]

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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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Red Wings: Player Profile, Alex Nedeljkovic

Today is the first in a series covering player profiles for players expected to be on Detroit’s Opening Night Roster. Each NHL roster is allowed to have 23 players to start the year. The Red Wings also have two players (Robby Fabbri and Jake Walman) who will start the year on Injured Reserve (IR). Today’s […]

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