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The Carolina Hurricanes have activated forward Zac Dalpe off injured reserve and assigned him to Charlotte of the American Hockey League.
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Raleigh, NC --- The Carolina Hurricanes would like to welcome November to their schedule.
With 10 home games this month and a slate that brings four Southeast Division foes among the nine Eastern Conference teams to the RBC Center, this is a stretch that could define the Canes' playoff viability come April.
And if Tuesday night's 4-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning...
Carolina Hurricanes left wing Jussi Jokinen will be sidelined three-to-four weeks with a leg injury, general manager Jim Rutherford said on Wednesday.
Rutherford detailed that the team will recall forward Drayson Bowman from Charlotte of the American Hockey League to fill the roster spot.
Jokinen twisted his leg awkwardly and fell over Ryan Shannon during Tuesday's 4-2 win...
Ten new partners are joining the Carolina Hurricanes ownership team, according to Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos Jr. Nine of the teams ten new investors are based locally in North Carolina.
These new partners are devoted to the continued success of the Hurricanes in North Carolina, said Karmanos. Their investments in our team further solidify our franchises standing in the National...
via Jesse Rogers of ESPN Chicago, “There is no way I’ll ever conform or change my game just because how tight the game is being called now,” Carcillo said Wednesday after practice in South Florida.
Carcillo was suspended after boarding Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Joni Pitkanen last Friday in a 3-0 Hurricanes win.
“It’s Joni Pitkanen,” Carcillo said. “Ask around...
Tampa Bay Lightning (5-4-2) at Carolina Hurricanes (4-4-3)RBC Center, 7 p.m.TV: FS-Carolinas, Sun SportsOpposing Viewpoints: Lightning Hockey Blog, Raw Charge
After playing seven of their first 11 games on the road, Carolina returns to RBC Center for a three game homestand starting with a rematch of their season opener against the Tampa Bay Lightning. I'm sure most fans remember...
Jeff Skinner and Chad LaRose had two goals each, lifting the Carolina Hurricanes to a 4-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday night.
Chad LaRose and the rookie Jeff Skinner, last season’s N.H.L. rookie of the year, each had two goals in a win over the visiting Lightning.
Jeff Skinner and Chad LaRose had two goals each, lifting the Carolina Hurricanes to a 4-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday night. Skinner, last season's NHL rookie of the year, has six goals and 12 points in 12 games this season. Carolina improved to 1-2-1 against Southeast Division rivals.
Jeff Skinner and Chad LaRose each tallied twice, leading the Carolina Hurricanes to a 4-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning.
The surging Tampa Bay Lightning will shoot for a fifth win in six tries when they visit the Carolina Hurricanes for tonight's Southeast Division clash at RBC Center.
Washington Capitals (8-2-0) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (5-4-3) Location: RBC Center Time: 7:00 PM TV: Comcast SportsNet (HD) (Game On!), Fox Sports Carolinas Radio: 1500AM, 820 AM, and XM Previous Games: Oct 8, 2011 CAR@WSH, 4-3 W (OT)Games Remaining: Jan 15, 2012 CAR@WSH, 5:00 PM Jan 20, 2012 WSH@CAR, 7:00 PM Feb 20, 2012 WSH@CAR, 7:30 PM Mar 6, 2012 CAR@WSH, 7:00 PM Opposing...