Hurricanes Net Darling From Blackhawks

Scott Darling is headed to the Carolina Hurricanes. That was the news that came out of Raleigh on Friday, April 28. Darling has been the Chicago Blackhawks’ backup goaltender to Corey Crawford for the past three years. He has played extremely well as a backup, and now may get the chance to be the starter in Carolina. Maybe. First, the Trade On Feb. 28, the Hurricanes traded...
Via The Hockey Writers
1 hour ago

Carolina Hurricanes Given 12th Overall Pick, Faces Even Tougher Metro Division

The Carolina Hurricanes fall one spot in the draft order in the 2017 1st round, moving from 11th to 12th overall in the draft. Sometimes its all about luck, and the New Jersey Devils, Philadelphia Flyers, and Dallas Stars had a whole bunch of it on lottery night. Even though they weren’t expecting much, the […] Carolina Hurricanes Given 12th Overall Pick, Faces Even Tougher Metro...
Via Cardiac Cane
15 hours ago

Carolina Hurricanes: Is Scott Darling Really a Starting Goalie?

He says he is ready to be a starter, but is newly acquired Carolina Hurricanes goalie Scott Darling ready to be the go to guy? Yesterday, the Carolina Hurricanes traded one of their 3rd round picks in this year’s draft to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for their backup goaltender Scott Darling. A pending unrestricted […] Carolina Hurricanes: Is Scott Darling Really a Starting...
Via Cardiac Cane
22 hours ago

Carolina Hurricanes Prospects: The Lot of the 2017 NHL Draft Lottery

The 2017 NHL Draft Lottery is tonight, but what is all the fuss about? The Carolina Hurricanes have a 3.2% chance of winning the draft lottery. Chances are slim, but anything can happen. More than likely a team like Colorado, Arizona, or Vegas will vie for the top pick. But who is up for grabs? […] Carolina Hurricanes Prospects: The Lot of the 2017 NHL Draft Lottery - Cardiac Cane...
Via Cardiac Cane
23 hours ago

Carolina Hurricanes Make Deal in the Middle of the Playoffs

Via FOX Sports
1 day ago

Who will be the starting goalie for the Carolina Hurricanes in 2017?

For 12 years, Cam Ward has secured the goalie position for the Carolina Hurricanes. The veteran shot-stopper won the Stanly Cup and the Conn Smythe Trophy his rookie season and has gone on to be nominated for the Vezina Trophy twice. While he has been paramount to the Hurricanes’ success, his reliability has decreased with age. After a career-high save percentage of .923 in the...
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Hurricanes Add Organizational Depth

Much of the heavy lifting Carolina Hurricanes General Manager Ron Francis plans do this offseason likely will come later this summer. In the meantime, there were light organizational moves to release Friday and an international scouting trip to make Sunday. Francis and members of the front office reportedly attended Sunday’s 2017 IIHF Under-18 Men’s World Championship in Poprad...
Via The Hockey Writers
6 days ago

Who is going to be captain for the Carolina Hurricanes?

For the duration of the 2016-2017 season, the Carolina Hurricanes lacked many qualities. While they put together a hell of a playoff push, that cannot distract from the fact that there were many factors missing from their game. Arguably the most crucial component missing from this season was a captain. The Hurricanes are a young team still trying to develop an identity and chemistry...
13 days ago  |  Discuss

David Marcoux out as Carolina Hurricanes' goalie coach

Via Associated Press
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Another early NHL offseason begins for Carolina Hurricanes

Via Associated Press
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Carolina Hurricanes fans have a reason to be exited

It’s April, and the Carolina Hurricanes have left a familiar taste in fans’ mouths once again. They have now failed to make the playoffs for the eighth straight year after going on a franchise record 14 game point streak. However, that familiar taste may be more sweet than bitter this time. The Hurricanes were the best team in hockey this past March, going 10-2-5. Carolina saw...
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Eddie Lack stretchered off ice after collision on OT winner

An incredibly scary moment occurred in Carolina tonight as inadvertent contact left Hurricanes goaltender Eddie Lack seriously injured. In overtime against the Detroit Red Wings, Lack was hit by Andreas Athanasiou while scoring the 3-2 OT-winner. The contact wasn’t intentional, but the hit left Lack sprawling in pain on the ice. Medical staff quickly made their way on the ice...
Via The Comeback
March 27, 2017  |  Discuss

Jeff Skinner dekes Thomas Greiss out on ridiculous penalty shot goal

Thomas Greiss never stood a chance in a one-on-one battle with Jeff Skinner. On Monday, with the Carolina Hurricanes leading the New York Islanders 6-2, Skinner was hooked on a breakaway in the third period. Now, what do you think the Canes sniper did with the chance? Well, he deked Greiss out of his equipment with an absolutely filthy goal: It doesn’t get much better than that...
Via The Comeback
March 14, 2017  |  Discuss

Fan offers NHL ref glasses to make sure video review done properly

Referees are often tasked with making tough decisions and are easily scrutinized immediately by fans when things don’t go their team’s way. In Tampa Bay, one Lightning fan offered some help – we think.In this case, a coach's challenge was called after the Carolina Hurricanes disputed whether or not Tyler Johnson was offside before he scored. Forced to review the play, a referee...
Via The Comeback
March 02, 2017  |  Discuss

Bickell skates in 1st minor-league game since MS diagnosis

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Bryan Bickell had an assist in his first hockey game since being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Playing for the Carolina Hurricanes' AHL affiliate in Charlotte, Bickell logged about 10 minutes of ice time while playing on the fourth line in the Checkers' 6-1 victory over Cleveland on Saturday night. Bickell had the primary assist on Kris Newbury's goal...
Via Associated Press
February 25, 2017  |  Discuss

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