The offseason continues, but we have you covered with a sort of look back at some rookies. To be precise, building a fully rostered team of Hurricanes past and present based solely upon their rookie seasons.
The Carolina Hurricanes are poised to enter this upcoming season with a couple of new faces in their forward core. The trade deadline acquisition of Vincent Trocheck and the offseason addition of Jesper Fast will boost the Canes’ depth scoring potential.
In today’s NHL, negotiating team-friendly contracts is one of the toughest areas to navigate for a general manager. Some teams like the New York Rangers and Colorado Avalanche have maneuvered through those waters successfully, and have begun to build a deep roster of talented young players.
The NHL continues to reiterate its desire to start the 2020-21 season on or around Jan. 1. However, the league does not want to play through the summer, meaning it will most likely be a shortened season with possible divisional realignments to compensate for some closures in Canada.
Thanksgiving is just a day away and Carolina Hurricanes fans have a lot to be thankful for when it comes to their team. An impressive farm system that is considered one of the best in the league and a good core of young players with established NHL experience.
Players and even franchises come and go, oft-forgotten to the pages of history, but some remain in legend and folklore. Though the Hartford Whalers were a struggling franchise for much of its existence, legends still emerged.
James O’Brien of NBC Sports took a closer look at reports by Tom Gulitti suggesting the Carolina Hurricanes and GM Don Waddell are eager to get extension talks under way with defenseman Dougie Hamilton.
On October 22nd, The Carolina Hurricanes signed veteran center Drew Shore to a one-year, two-way contract, his first NHL contract since 2017. I had the opportunity to speak with Shore about his journey back to the NHL.
According to Tom Gulitti of NHL.com, the Carolina Hurricanes aren’t planning to wait long to get defenseman Dougie Hamilton signed to a new contract. While the blueliner has one more season on his current deal, Hurricanes GM Don Waddell wants to get an extension done sooner than later.