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Tuesday is a big day for NHL uniform geeks, as not one but two teams will unveil new looks. The first club to do so was the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday afternoon. The Canes debuted their new look for all to see, and while it’s not an extreme change, the alterations are certainly noticeable. Most notably is the fact that the storm warning flag patches have been removed from the shoulders, the piping has been changed some, and the sweaters now feature a great deal of the color red. As mentioned, the Hurricanes aren’t the only club about to make a change. The Dallas Stars are set to unveil new uniforms Tuesday night. See some photos from of Carolina’s new uniforms below.    

Hurricanes unveil new home, road uniforms for next season

RALEIGH, N.C. -- The Carolina Hurricanes introduced new home and road uniforms on Tuesday, marking the first time in the 15-year history of the franchise being in North Carolina that it has made wholesale change, as it were, to both sets of uniforms. Tweaks have been made over the years, but nothing like this. A few years ago, (vice president of marketing Doug Warf) had approached...

Eric Staal: 'No question' he'll be ready for camp

Carolina Hurricanes captain Eric Staal says there's ''no question'' he'll be ready for training camp after spraining a knee ligament during an international tournament. Staal said Tuesday that rehab is ''a slower process than I thought and hoped'' but he hopes to test his knee on the ice by August. He says the team's medical staff is ...

Carolina Hurricanes unveil new uniforms

The Carolina Hurricanes haven’t changed their uniforms since they moved from Hartford to Carolina in 1998.  After 15 years of use, the Hurricanes decided that they wanted to update their uniforms and they opted for a more simplistic look. Old Uniforms: The home uniform no longer has silver and black, aiming for white stripes and the only black on the uniform is the outline of...

Hurricanes Make A Slight Adjustment To Their Uniforms

from the Carolina Hurricanes, Jim Rutherford, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today introduced the team’s new home and road uniforms for the 2013-14 season. While the team’s primary logo and colors remain the same, it marks the first time in the Hurricanes’ 15-year North Carolina history that they have made a head-to...

Storm Aftermath: Justin Faulk

For the past two years, Justin Faulk has been a huge bright spot on what is mostly a bad defense corps. He made a huge impression on the Hurricanes fanbase last season after making the team out of training camp and won even more people over around late-November when he was permanent called up to the team. It's rare for a defenseman to become a full-time NHL-er before his 20th...

Carolina Hurricanes Unveil New Uniforms

The Carolina Hurricanes unveiled some new digs on Tuesday, a new home and away sweater that they’ll be rocking starting in 2013-2014. It’s not a huge switch-up for the franchise, but some subtle differences provide a nice little upgrade. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

Carolina Hurricanes new home and away jerseys unveiled

This morning, the Carolina Hurricanes unveiled their new home and away jerseys for the upcoming NHL season. I definitely think that the Canes improved their jerseys going with a more simpler and cleaner look.Some notable changes...- Crest size reduced 15%- Letters and numbering changed to a Sans Serif font- Pants simplified to a solid red- The silver stripes on the jersey have been...

Storm Aftermath: Alexander Semin

When the Hurricanes signed Alexander Semin to a one-year deal, many fans weren't sure how to feel about it. On one hand, the Hurricanes filled a huge void in their top-six by adding one of the NHL's best goal-scorers and a player who has consistently produced at a first-line rate for most of his career. That alone should have been enough to get fans on board, but there were...

Which UFA defensemen should the Hurricanes pursue?

It's no secret that defense has been a huge problem for Carolina over the last couple of seasons. They may have been a better team this year in terms of controlling possession at even strength, but they were still near the bottom of the league at preventing shots and killing penalties. Part of the problem relates to Kirk Muller's system because the Hurricanes played a very...

Carolina Hurricanes Could Find Themselves in Difficult Situation

By Dylan Howlett (@DylanHowlett) With his team’s season over, his teammates preparing to disperse for an all-too long offseason, Justin Faulk wanted to taste it. It would be tasted by 16 other teams, but not by Faulk nor the Carolina Hurricanes, who had failed their taste test for a fourth straight season and for the sixth time in seven seasons. The promising second-year blue liner...

Carolina’s Scheduling Problem

NHL teams have had to submit the dates that will be available for home games in the 2013/14 season by June 1st.  The Carolina Hurricanes had a problem making this deadline.  The Hurricanes share the PNC Arena with the North Carolina State Wolfpack NCAA Basketball team.  Contractually NC State has first dibs on home game dates (college basketball is more important than hockey...

Web Run: Landlord/Tenant relations grow stale

For more than a decade, the Carolina Hurricanes have played grateful tenant at PNC Arena because the North Carolina State Wolfpack, and its leadership, was amicable in scheduling negotiations with the professional franchise.
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