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Sebastian Aho Signs Long-Term Extension With Carolina Hurricanes

Sebastian Aho will be staying with the Carolina Hurricanes for quite some time after signing an eight-year contract extension worth $76 million. “Sebastian has developed into one of the best two-way centers in hockey,” Hurricanes general manager Don Waddell said. “He’s a tremendous leader on and off the ice who sets a great example for […]

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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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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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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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Boston Bruins: The Bruins have no answers on the road

Most people thought that Carolina was the better team going into the series, but Boston had the experience and the skill to beat them in a series. For most, it was a 50/50 split. Coming into Game 5, there was plenty of optimism after taking both games at home. Unfortunately, more of the same happened […]

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Boston Bruins: Bruins Get a Gutsy Win in Game 4

A few minutes before puck drop in Game 4 Sunday afternoon, the Boston Bruins learned that stout defenseman Charlie McAvoy would not be playing after being added to the COVID-19 protocol list. It was a crushing blow to a team that was already missing their other top pair defenseman Hampus Lindholm to injury. The Bruins […]

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