Photo by Gregg Forwerck/NHLI via Getty Images The NHL is bringing the outdoor-game circus to town next February, but hasn’t announced an opponent. Before they make an announcement, a plea: don’t let Carter-Finley be overrun.
Photo by Gregg Forwerck/NHLI via Getty Images Aho, Teravainen, and Svechnikov are on their way to places few other Hurricanes have ever gone. Five games ago, Rod Brind’Amour decided to put his three best forwards on the same line.
Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images The Hurricanes had a lead, but lost it and eventually lost the second point in an overtime disappointment. RALEIGH — No one at PNC Arena, in all likelihood, had any animosity toward Josh Archibald before Sunday’s game, but the sellout crowd left the rink cursing the name of the Edmonton Oilers depth forward.
Andrew Schnittker It’s finally happening. The Carolina Hurricanes have been chasing an outdoor game at Carter-Finley Stadium for years, and relentlessly in the two years since Tom Dundon became majority owner of the club.
Photo by Gregg Forwerck/NHLI via Getty Images The Hurricanes took to the ice on Valentine’s Day Friday and beat the New Jersey Devils 5-2, thanks to a great outing from birthday boy Petr Mrazek and good efforts from Nino Niederreiter and Haydn Fleury.
The Carolina Hurricanes aren’t doing horribly without defenseman Dougie Hamilton, but they do miss him. At a relatively mediocre 5-3-1 since Hamilton’s mid-January injury, the ninth-place Hurricanes are staying alive in the playoff race, but just barely.
The Hartford Whalers/Carolina Hurricanes franchise has had its fair share of iconic moments over its 40-year history. They’ve gone through plenty of highs and lows – a relocation, a Stanley Cup victory, and a few too many elongated stretches of mediocrity.