Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images The Hurricanes were forced to rally on home ice to open the 2006 Stanley Cup Final. In 2006, for the second time in just four NHL seasons, Raleigh, North Carolina was set to host Stanley Cup Final action as the Edmonton Oilers and Carolina Hurricanes faced off for Lord Stanley’s Cup.
Photo by Andy Marlin/NHLI via Getty Images Revisiting Carolina’s improbable Game 7 victory in 2009. With the 2020 NHL season on an indefinite hiatus, we here at Canes Country have decided that now would be a great time for the Systems Analyst column to revisit some of the defining moments in Carolina Hurricanes history.
Jamie Kellner The long pursuit of the Boston College captain has finally paid off for Don Waddell and company. For the past year, plenty of intrigue has swirled around the Carolina Hurricanes’ sixth-round pick from the 2015 draft, Boston College senior forward David Cotton, who served as the Eagles captain this season.
Photo by Sara Schmidle/NHLI via Getty Images Will the Canes make the playoffs? We’re going to find out one way or another. Welcome to the home stretch of the 2019-20 regular season for the Carolina Hurricanes.
With the end of the 2019-20 season nearing, teams should have a pretty good idea of how their recruits from the 2019 Draft are turning out. In the case of the Carolina Hurricanes, their 2019 Draft was especially historic for having the most picks of any draft in their history (12), adding to an already dynamite collection of prospects.