Rod Brind'Amour

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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A Look Back At Crazy Offer Sheets in the NHL

As a New York Rangers fan, I am well aware of offer sheets. On August 7th of, 1997, the Blueshirts signed the great Colorado Avalanche forward Joe Sakic to a contract offer sheet of $21 million over three seasons. At the time, the team was looking to replace Mark Messier since the “Messiah” went and signed […]

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Hurricanes Need A Healthy Andersen for the Playoffs

While the Carolina Hurricanes were able to advance to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs last season, poor goaltending did them in their second-round seven-game loss to the New York Rangers. The Hurricanes are having another strong season this year. The team is currently (Friday, January 27) first in the Metropolitan Division and […]

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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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Celebrating 40 Years Of Devils Hockey

Overview With the upcoming 2022-2023 NHL season, the New Jersey Devils will be celebrating 40 years of existence as a team for the sport that we love and enjoy so much. Since arriving in New Jersey on May 27, 1982, the Devils have represented the Garden State with hockey very well. With 40 years of […]

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Bruins: Cassidy calls out the Hurricanes

After a decisive win in Game 6, Bruce Cassidy has decided to pull a Rod Brind’Amour and take his case to the podium. Up to this point in the season, Carolina has had 33 chances on the powerplay and Boston 28. While a difference of six powerplays doesn’t seem like a big deal, even two […]

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Carolina Hurricanes: Brind’Amour voices displeasure of officiating

After disappointing back-to-back losses vs. the Boston Bruins, Hurricanes head coach Rod Brind’Amour took the opportunity during his post-game press conference to let everyone know how he felt. “It’s clearly — especially the view that we saw after — [the puck] is in between his pads, loose. And I’m all good with that,” Brind’Amour told […]

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2021-22 NHL Awards Mid-Season Review

The 2021-2022 NHL season is nearing its halfway point. With each team having nearly 40 games under their belt, it seems like as good of a time as any to look at which players are leading in the major award races. Let’s break this down. Hart Trophy: Connor McDavid – Runners up: Alex Ovechkin and […]

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