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Carolina opens preseason camp with focus on making playoffs

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) To finally make the playoffs again, the Carolina Hurricanes know they need a strong start to the season. That sense of urgency was in the air at their first practice. ''It all starts right now,'' center Andrej Nestrasil said Friday. The Hurricanes began preseason camp with a focus on ending the season much later than they usually do: Carolina hasn't made the...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Carolina Hurricanes Training Camp Opens Today

Fifty-nine NHL players and hopefuls have descended on Raleigh for the start of training camp. At 8:30am Team A took to the ice to officially kick off workouts. Though workouts began today, most of the team has already started official activities. Thursday marked physicals and photos day to get everyone ready for the seasons activities. […] Carolina Hurricanes Training Camp Opens...
Via Cardiac Cane
5 days ago

Carolina Hurricanes Prospects Win Matthew Wuest Memorial Cup

The Carolina Hurricanes prospects were victorious in the final of the Matthew Wuest Memorial Cup. This is the first time that the Carolina Hurricanes have won the Tournament since 2009. The Canes defeated the Red Wings prospects 6-4 despite missing Haydn Fleury, Sebastian Aho, and Aleksi Saarela. Saarela missed the entire tournament with injury, Fleury […] Carolina Hurricanes Prospects...
Via Cardiac Cane
7 days ago

Carolina Hurricanes Announce 2016 Training Camp Schedule

The Carolina Hurricanes will start on ice sessions this Friday, September, 23. Training Camp will feature the annual Caniac Carnival on September, 25 with the Red-White scrimmage. Training camp practices are open to the general public with the exception of three dates. October 1st, October 2nd, and October 8th practices will be closed and October […] Carolina Hurricanes Announce...
Via Cardiac Cane
7 days ago

Sergey Tolchinsky Dazzles at Traverse City Tournament

Anyone familiar with Carolina Hurricanes prospect Sergey Tolchinsky knows his capacity for potting a dazzling goal. He’s got excellent hands and quick feet. He showed off his skills Friday during the first day of the 2016 Traverse City Prospects Tournament. The game between prospect squads from Carolina and the New York Rangers met and needed overtime to declare a winner. Tolchinsky...
Via The Hockey Writers
10 days ago

Hurricanes’ Andrej Nestrasil Ready and Thankful

Andrej Nestrasil of the Carolina Hurricanes says he is ready. After sustaining a fractured vertebrae last February that caused him to miss the remainder of the season, he also has a new perspective. I spoke with Nestrasil on Friday, September 9 at the team’s media day. He told me that is he healthy and ready to play. Nestrasil said, Three months in the brace, but that was done...
Via The Hockey Writers
17 days ago

No 'C' in Carolina, but plenty of leaders for young 'Canes

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) The Carolina Hurricanes don't have a captain. They think they still have plenty of leaders. A young team hoping to finally break through to the postseason figures to take a leadership-by-committee approach to the season with nobody yet promoted to fill the captaincy void created by Eric Staal's trade last season. Clearly establishing which - and how many - players...
Via Associated Press
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Hurricanes general manager Ron Francis signs extension

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) The Carolina Hurricanes have signed general manager Ron Francis to a contract extension through the 2018-19 season. Financial terms were not disclosed. Owner Peter Karmanos Jr. said in a statement Tuesday that Francis has ''rebuilt our organization the right way, stocking our team with young players who will help this franchise compete for the Stanley Cup year...
Via Associated Press
29 days ago  |  Discuss

2016-17 Season Preview: Carolina Hurricanes

Just like the Devils who I wrote about yesterday, the Carolina Hurricanes overachieved quite a bit reaching 86 points. Young defensemen really stepped up giving the Canes one of the best young bluelines in the league. They'll need better goaltending this season and the young forwards to now take that step to make the push into the playoffs. While I don't think they get there because...
Via Razzball Hockey
August 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Mike Morrison gives great interview after last outing for Coastal Carolina

Mike Morrison put together one heck of an outing for Coastal Carolina in his final appearance ever for the Chants, and he was very sentimental about the experience. Morrison, a closer, was asked to make the start for Coastal Carolina in Game 2 of their WCWS final game against Arizona on Tuesday. He more than delivered. Morrison pitched 6.2 innings on a career-high 103 pitches and...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Bettman says Hurricanes are not going anywhere

The Carolina Hurricanes have been the subject of plenty of relocation rumors over the past several months. Some rumors suggested the team would be moved to Las Vegas while other reports suggested they’d be moved but to a different unspecified location. Shortly after it was formally announced that Las Vegas would be taking on an expansion team, Gary Bettman commented on Carolina’s...
Via Puck Drunk Love
June 22, 2016  |  Discuss

Hurricanes’ decision to extend Cam Ward is both unnecessary and an overpayment

The Carolina Hurricanes have announced the club has reached a two-year, $6.6 million deal with goaltender Cam Ward. Bob McKenzie reports the deal features a modified no-trade clause. The netminder was an unrestricted free agent. The move comes as a bit of a surprise. Ward has long been on the decline and with his contract ending following the completion of the 2015-16 season, it...
Via Puck Drunk Love
June 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Carolina Hurricanes could relocate to Vegas

Here’s some disheartening news for Carolina Hurricanes fans. Journalist Jimmy Murphy reports he’s talked to two NHL executives that believe the Hurricanes could be relocated to Las Vegas. Should that happen, he reports a possible expansion draft would be put on hold. Spoke to two NHL executives today that believe the Carolina Hurricanes could be relocated to Las Vegas &...
Via Puck Drunk Love
June 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Ex-NHL enforcer Stephen Peat struggling with CTE symptoms

Former Washington Capitals enforcer Stephen Peat has been struggling with CTE-like symptoms since retiring nearly a decade ago. Peat’s career wasn’t an illustrious one. He appeared in 130 career games in four separate stints with Washington, registering 10 career points. Despite the short career, he’s been paying the price for taking multiple blows to the head. In an incredible...
Via The Comeback
June 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Carolina Hurricanes owner sued by three sons over team finance dispute

The owner of the Carolina Hurricanes is getting sued by his own sons. Peter Karmanos, who has owned the Hurricanes since they moved from Hartford, is being sued by his three sons for over $100 million, Rod Meloni of WDIV-TV Detroit reports. According to the report, Karmanos borrowed millions of dollars from trusts that were promised to his three sons, who filed a lawsuit against...
Via The Comeback
June 01, 2016  |  Discuss
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