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Watch: Derek Ryan Nets a Power Play Goal

Watch: Derek Ryan Nets a Power Play Goal

His goal brings the Canes within one goal less than four minutes into the third period. When it rains, it pours. Derek Ryan (4) has his third goal in two games, and has gained some momentum back for Carolina. This one came at 3:42 of the third period on the power play. [Goal GIF] @DerekAllenRyan brings the #Canes within one on the power play! #Redvolution #CARvsSJS #CanesAfterDark pic.twitter.com/3xp2WBEyIa— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) December 11, 2016 His goal was assisted by Jeff Skinner (13) and Victor Rask (12).
Canes Country Dec 4, 2016
Notes and Quotes: Reaction from the Hurricanes’ 1-0 win over the Lightning

Notes and Quotes: Reaction from the Hurricanes’ 1-0 win over the Lightning

Here’s what Phil Di Giuseppe, Bill Peters, Cam Ward and Jeff Skinner had to say about Sunday’s win. From the Coach Bill Peters: It felt like the first goal was going to win, especially the way it unfolded in the third. Unfortunately we had to kill the back to backs, but good job by those guys and Ward stood tall. Real good response and good job on the back to back. These games are fine. [laughter] You have to stay with it. We’ve been in great positions lately. We were in a great position here. We’re on the power play with six minutes to go in a tie game, with a passionate fan base....
Bruins Play Badly, Saved By Khudobin

Bruins Play Badly, Saved By Khudobin

Somehow, the B’s took two points out of this game, winning 2-1 in SO. How? More on that below. Make no mistake, this 2-1 victory over the visiting Carolina Hurricanes was some dire frigging hockey. That the Bruins were able to salvage anything at all out of this game is almost completely attributable to Anton Khudobin’s stellar performance in net, and that they got two points out of this outing was anything but deserved for the vast majority of the roster. When David Pastrnak excitedly skated over to hug Khudobin following the latter’s SO save on Jeff Skinner to preserve the victory,...
Canes Country Dec 2, 2016
Systems Analyst: Jeff Skinner Roofs a Goal Against Florida

Systems Analyst: Jeff Skinner Roofs a Goal Against Florida

Skinner’s 9th of the year tied the game for the Canes. The Carolina Hurricanes may have lost four out of their last five games, but their one win in that span produced a trademark effort from Jeff Skinner. #53 in red has been dazzling Canes fans since he first entered the league (when he was named rookie of the year as well, I might add) and if there is such a thing as “vintage” Skinner, his goal against the Florida Panthers certainly falls in that category. Take a look below. That’s like a beautiful scoring oasis in the middle of the desert that has been this past week of...
Canes Country Nov 29, 2016

Carolina Hurricanes at New York Rangers: Lines and Rosters

The Carolina Hurricanes take on the New York Rangers tonight in Manhattan at Madison Square Garden. Take a look at the team’s lines and rosters. The Hurricanes took to the ice at Madison Square Garden for their morning skate at 11:30 this morning. They’re coming off of a thrilling 3-2 victory over the Florida Panthers on Sunday night, and they’ll look to sustain that momentum into a big divisional matchup tonight in the World’s Most Famous Arena ™. Here’s how they lined up this morning: Jeff Skinner - Victor Rask - Elias LindholmSebastian Aho - Teuvo Teravainen - Lee...
Canes Country Nov 27, 2016

Notes and Quotes from the Carolina Hurricanes’ 3-2 win over the Florida Panthers

Find out what Bill Peters, Derek Ryan, Jeff Skinner and Michael Leighton had to say about a wild win. From the Coach Bill Peters: [The first intermission] was very positive for me. I’m coming off the bench, last guy in the room, and they’re already talking about what’s going on and what they need to do. We put some stuff together, came back at the seven-minute mark, and asked what they talked about so that we didn’t waste their time. They had a great little meeting. It was a players meeting, not a coaches’ meeting. Give them all the credit. We played at such a high level for so...
Canes Country Nov 27, 2016

Watch: Jeff Skinner Ties the Game

Skinner does Skinner things and hey look, tie game! Jeff Skinner continued his dazzling offensive play of this season with a “vintage” Skinner goal, his 9th of the year, to tie the game at 2-2 against Florida. Not to be outdone on this play was Victor Rask, who earned his 9th assist on the year with a gorgeous outlet pass through multiple Panthers players to spring Skinner. Also, goaltender Michael Leighton picked up an assist on the play in his 1st NHL game since January of 2013.
Canes Country Nov 26, 2016

Watch: Sebastian Aho Throws the Puck on Net and Gives the Hurricanes the Lead

Aho threw it on net, Staal drove down the middle, and the Hurricanes picked up the game’s first goal. Once again, the Carolina Hurricanes struck first. This time, it was the top line getting it done in the first period. [Goal GIF] @SebastianAho gets the #Canes goal as the puck deflects in off the #Sens defender. #Redvolution #CARvsOTT pic.twitter.com/XRmE1IkLGb— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) November 27, 2016 A good zone entry from Jeff Skinner led to Sebastian Aho throwing the puck on net from the boards, and it deflected off of Ottawa forward Tom Pyatt and past Craig...
Canes Country Nov 26, 2016

Carolina Hurricanes at Ottawa Senators: Rosters and Projected Lines

Nestrasil may crack the lineup again as the Canes take on the Senators. Fresh off of a 2-1 loss to the Habs, the Carolina Hurricanes will look to start another win streak on Saturday against the Ottawa Senators. Here’s how they will line up in Ottawa: Jeff Skinner - Jordan Staal - Sebastian AhoTeuvo Teravainen - Victor Rask - Elias LindholmBrock McGinn - Derek Ryan - Lee StempniakJoakim Nordstrom - Jay McClement - Viktor Stalberg Ron Hainsey - Justin FaulkJaccob Slavin - Brett PesceNoah Hanifin - Matt Tennyson Cam Ward Michael Leighton Scratches: Eddie Lack (IR concussion), Ryan Murphy...
Rotoworld Nov 22, 2016

Skinner scores PPG in win over Leafs - Jeff Skinner (W) Carolina Hurricanes

Jeff Skinner scored a goal on the power-play for the Carolina Hurricanes in a 2-1 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday.
Canes Country Nov 22, 2016

Watch: Jeff Skinner Ties the Game After a Scrum in Front of the Net

Skinner’s eighth of the season tied the game at one. A late first period powerplay rendered positive results for the Carolina Hurricanes in Toronto. [Goal GIF] @DerekAllenRyan gets the puck to the net and it deflects in off @JeffSkinner! #Redvolution #CARvsTOR pic.twitter.com/4EdyYsIJX2— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) November 23, 2016 Derek Ryan chipped the puck on net, and Jeff Skinner was able to get a skate on it in the midst of a scrum in the crease to tie the game at one. It’s Skinner’s eighth goal of the season, tying Victor Rask for the team lead. Ryan picked up his...
Canes Country Nov 22, 2016

Carolina Hurricanes at Toronto Maple Leafs: Rosters and Projected Lines

Here are the projected lineups for tonight’s clash between the Canes and Leafs. The Hurricanes made some tweaks to their lines during Tuesday’s morning skate in Toronto. Riding a four-game win streak, here’s how the Canes will lineup tonight, based on what we saw from them this morning: Jeff Skinner - Victor Rask - Elias LindholmTeuvo Teravainen - Jordan Staal - Sebastian AhoBrock McGinn - Derek Ryan - Lee StempniakJoakim Nordstrom - Jay McClement - Viktor Stalberg Ron Hainsey - Justin FaulkJaccob Slavin - Brett PesceNoah Hanifin - Matt Tennyson Cam WardMichael Leighton Injuries and...
Canes Country Nov 20, 2016

Watch: Victor Rask Extends the Lead on the Powerplay

Rask’s eighth goal of the year gave the Hurricanes a 2-0 lead in the third period. On a big early third period powerplay, the Carolina Hurricanes came through with the all-important second goal of the game. [Goal GIF] @VictorRask puts the #Canes up 2-0 on the power play! #Redvolution #WPGvsCAR pic.twitter.com/mDoeP0kL8W— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) November 21, 2016 It’s Victor Rask’s team-leading eighth goal of the season, giving the Canes a 2-0 lead. Lee Stempniak and Jeff Skinner got the assists on the goal.
Habs Eyes On The Prize Nov 19, 2016

Canadiens vs. Hurricanes 10 Takeaways: Charles Hudon impresses

It began well for the Canadiens, but a reversal of fortunes leads to their third loss in a row. 1. Bizarre Few Moments There were a few moments during the first period that required taking a second look. First, it was Jeff Skinner having a wide-open net with Al Montoya down, but instead of scoring, hit the goal post not once, but twice off the rebound. Second was the missed shot that hit the side of the net by Lee Stempniak that looked like a goal at first glance. It fooled everybody in the arena, including the goal judge and the referee. In the end, nothing went in for a quiet first...
Canes Country Nov 18, 2016

Watch: Jeff Skinner’s 150th NHL Goal Ties the Game

Skinner’s seventh goal of the season got Carolina on the board in the third period. After struggling to get the puck on Canadiens backup goalie Al Montoya through 40 minutes, the Hurricanes finally broke through thanks to fancy footwork from Jeff Skinner out front. [Goal GIF] @JeffSkinner redirects a shot with his skate to tie the game! #Redvolution #MTLvsCAR pic.twitter.com/E3hOQ92Y57— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) November 19, 2016 Ron Hainsey let the shot go from the point, and Skinner made thing happen in the slot. The goal came just two shifts after head coach Bill Peters...

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