The State of Carolina's Prospects: Goaltenders

Cam Ward has been the Hurricanes workhorse in goal for so long that it sometimes feels like the fans take him for granted. He'll have his share of bad starts and is coming off a rough, injury plagued season, but he has given the Hurricanes above-average goaltending for the better part of his career. Since 2009, he has the 12th highest save percentage of any starting goalie in...
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June 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Hurricanes NCAA Prospect Update: Good News/Bad News Edition #2

Once again, there aren't many notable individual performances to speak of among the Carolina Hurricanes NCAA prospect pool, but still plenty of things to talk about regarding their teams. It was also one of those weekends where there was a lot of good news mixed in with bad, so we're going to follow the same format as last week and break things down by those two topics. There...
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November 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Hurricanes NCAA Prospect Update: Good News/Bad News Edition

When analyzing the performance of a group of players, there are usually at least one or two guys who have a big performance in a given week, which has been the case so far in the Hurricanes NCAA prospect pool. It’s been a nice start to a young NCAA hockey year, but it’s important to remember that there are going to be weeks where these players don’t do much of anything that...
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November 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Hurricanes Prospect Update: NCAA (10/22 - 10/29)

The NCAA men's hockey season is still only a couple weeks old but there were plenty of interesting match-ups going on over the weekend, the biggest of which regarding the Carolina Hurricanes being the #6 ranked Michigan Wolverines taking on the #3 ranked Miami Redhawks. The Wolverines had a convincing win over Bentley University last week, but this game was going to be much more...
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October 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Hurricanes Prospect Update: NCAA (10/19 - 10/21)

Last week, I said that Michigan's Phil Di Giuseppe had the best personal performance out of the Hurricanes NCAA prospect pool but Mark Alt's Minnesota Golden Gophers had the best team performance. It's now a week later and Di Giuseppe now holds both titles as he picked up a pair of assists in the Wolverines 6-3 over Bentley University while Alt was held without a point...
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October 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Hurricanes Prospect Update: NCAA Opening Weekend

With most teams having their first series in the books by now, the NCAA men's ice hockey season is officially underway and four of the Hurricanes prospects were in action this weekend. Hurricanes fans should have invested interest in college hockey this year because not only do the Canes have five prospects playing in the college ranks, the majority of them are on teams that...
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October 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Hurricanes Prospect Update: NCAA Exhibition Games

The 2012-13 NCAA men's ice hockey season has officially begun in some parts of the country as many schools begun their first exhibition games of the year. None of the games account towards their win/loss record but they do give us an early look at some of the top young prospects from across the nation and that's never a bad thing. Most of the teams that were in action this...
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October 09, 2012  |  Discuss
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