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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: 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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Canes Clinch Sixth Consecutive Playoff Spot: Weekly Carolina Hurricanes Recap

On Thursday, March 28, 2024, the Carolina Hurricanes clinched their sixth consecutive spot in the Stanley Cup playoffs with a 4-0 win over the Detroit Red Wings. Before 2018 – the start of leadership of Canes head coach Rod Brind’amour, GM Don Waddell, and majority owner Tom Dundon, the Canes hadn’t made playoff contention since 2009. Now, the Canes keep their Stanley Cup hopes alive once again.

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Devils Lose 4-2 After Allowing Two Empty-Netters vs. Carolina Hurricanes | 3/9/2024

The New Jersey Devils had an exciting 4-1 win on Thursday that broke a three-game skid when they played against the St. Louis Blues. The Devils hosted the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday, March 9th at the Prudential Center and took a disappointing loss following the relieving victory, 4-2. However, it was not for lack of […]

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Hurricanes Defeat Blackhawks 6-3, Connor Bedard Extends Point Streak to Three Games 2/19/2024

Connor Bedard scored a goal that was successfully challenged, however, he came back with a goal, and he recorded two assists to extend his point streak to three games (six points; two goals, four assists). The Chicago Blackhawks unfortunately lost their 21st straight road game against the Carolina Hurricanes on Monday, February 19th. The Hurricanes […]

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Columbus Blue Jacket's Jack Roslovic watching Boone Jenner score against the Tampa Bay Lightning

NHL Trade Rumors: A Look At The Columbus Blue Jacket’s Only Pending UFA

As alluded to in the headline, there is only one pending UFA for the Blue Jackets right now, and that is Jack Roslovic. For those who may not know all of the lingo or what it means, generally when a player’s contract expires they become a ‘free agent’ and are usually referred to as ‘unrestricted’ […]

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NHL Game Recap: Arizona Coyotes Vs. Carolina Hurricanes| 02/16/2024

The Carolina Hurricanes made landfall in Tempe on Friday night to take on the Arizona Coyotes, and from early on, it was all Hurricanes – all night. Carolina began the onslaught less than:20 seconds in when Jordan Martinook netted his ninth of the season due to a puck mishandle by Karel Vejmelka, and the Hurricanes […]

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Devils Lose to the Hurricanes 1-0 in OT, 2/10/2024

The New Jersey Devils and the Carolina Hurricanes spent the whole game trading chances on Saturday, February 10th. Both teams played a great, high-intensity game… definitely, a game that would have you sitting on the edge of your seat! Devils lineup against the Hurricanes: Palat – Hischier – Bratt Hughes – Haula – Toffoli Meier […]

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Kirill Kaprizov goes down the handshake line after he scores for the Minnesota Wild during the game in Carolina.

Game Recap: Minnesota Wild vs. Carolina Hurricanes | 01/21/2024

The Minnesota Wild are making up for lost time. After a win against the Florida Panthers despite more injuries, the Wild pulled off another win against the Carolina Hurricanes. Despite a large imbalance of shots on goal, especially in the first period, the Wild were able to hold off an offensive onslaught from the Canes. […]

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The Hurricanes Are Back on Track

After winning the Metropolitan Division last season and advancing to the Eastern Conference Finals, hockey pundits and fans alike figured that the Carolina Hurricanes would be Stanley Cup contenders this season. Things certainly did not start that way. The team dealt with several injuries, got inconsistent goaltending, and saw better performances from teams in their […]

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