The Carolina Hurricanes went 6-2-0 against the Nashville Predators during the 2021 regular season. If that is evidence of what the playoffs will be like then Carolina shouldn’t have any trouble in the first round.
Rod Brind’Amour, Brock McGinn and Teuvo Teravainen spoke to the media on Sunday afteroon. The Hurricanes are now one day away from opening their first round Stanley Cup Playoff series against the Nashville Predators, and it looks like they’ll be at full health to do it.
Rod Brind’Amour, Steven Lorentz and Jake Bean spoke to the media Saturday. As the Hurricanes continue to prepare for game one of their first-round series against Nashville Monday, a few players, including Steven Lorentz and Jake Bean, are getting ready for the first Stanley Cup Playoff action of their careers.
If you pieced together all the things that have gone right for the Carolina Hurricanes this season, you could write a novel. Finishing atop their division and securing home-ice advantage until at least Round 3 of the playoffs, the Hurricanes have all engines running, and with that, plenty of individuals worthy of recognition.
Hurricanes general manager Don Waddell spoke to the media Friday afternoon. Before we get started here, welcome to the playoffs, we’re excited to have everyone on the site reading our comments and participating in discussions with other fans.
We turned to our sister site to help us break down the Canes’ upcoming first-round series. As the Carolina Hurricanes’ first ever playoff series against the Nashville Predators draws closer, we continue to break down the opponent and the challenges they present.
The Canes had one of the league’s best power plays throughout the season and the Predators had one of the worst PK’s. On paper, this is one of the most mismatched categories in the upcoming first-round playoff series.
Rod Brind’Amour, Jordan Martinook and Dougie The Hurricanes now finally know when their playoff series against the Nashville Predators will start, and continued their preparations Thursday with an on-ice practice.
The Canes will open the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs Monday at 8 p.m. Our long national nightmare is over, and the Hurricanes have the full schedule for their first-round series against the Nashville Predators after a bit of a wait following Monday’s regular-season finale.
The Canes boast a top-three penalty kill in the NHL, which will surely be an advantage against the Predators’ 24th-ranked power play. When the Carolina Hurricanes and Nashville Predators square off in the first round of the NHL playoffs, there will be quite a few areas on the ice where the Central Division-champion Canes outmatch the Preds.
The Hurricanes’ head coach spoke with the media Wednesday morning. The Hurricanes don’t yet know when their first-round series will start, but they do know at some point in the next five days or so they’ll be opening what they hope is a lengthy 2021 playoff run against the Nashville Predators.
The deciding factor in the Hurricanes and Predators first-round series might be the performances they get from their young star goalies. When the Carolina Hurricanes and Nashville Predators meet for the first round of the playoffs this week, they will be doing so, thanks in large part to the performances of a couple of young star goalies.
Rod Brind’Amour, Max McCormick and Joey Keane spoke to the media following a 5-0 loss to the Nashville Predators. The Hurricanes fell 5-0 to the Nashville Predators in the their final game of the regular season Monday night, a game with little to no significance ahead of the playoffs.
Minus several lineup regulars, the Canes simply didn’t have it in game 56. In their 56th and final game of the 2021 regular season, the Carolina Hurricanes brought a very second semester senior year vibe.
Sebastian Aho of Rauma, Finland registered his fourth National Hockey League hat trick on Monday. Aho scored thrice as the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Chicago Blackhawks 5-2 at the PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC.