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Broad Street Hockey May 24, 2019
What the Flyers could learn from the Carolina Hurricanes

What the Flyers could learn from the Carolina Hurricanes

Imitation is the highest form of flattery, right? We’re already sinking well into what’s primed to be a very long off-season for the Philadelphia Flyers. With the playoffs nearing their end and staring down the Stanley Cup Final, we look on jealously, as we are wont to do around this time, and spend some time reflecting on the season and just what went wrong for our team. As our divisional rival that made it the farthest this year, and one that on paper doesn’t seem too different from the Flyers at all, we’re thinking a lot about the Carolina Hurricanes. We’re also doing...
Canes Country May 24, 2019
Storm Advisory: 5/24/19

Storm Advisory: 5/24/19

The Hurricanes take Chapel Hill, Phil Kessel possibly on the move, and a reduced suspension for Slava Voynov. Reading Assignments A few members of the Canes headed out to Chapel Hill to pay a visit to UNC Basketball. [Hurricanes] Justin Williams and Roy Williams had a great exchange. "You're my uncle, right?" https://t.co/TWGvZNCYGK— Michael Smith (@MSmithCanes) May 23, 2019 Former Hurricanes prospects Jake Chelios and Andrew Miller are headed to the KHL. Grand Rapids d-man Jake Chelios is off to the KHL to play with Red Star. He will be joined there by former Charlotte...
Canes Country May 23, 2019
BTN: The Revival

BTN: The Revival

The Hurricanes put together an unbelievable playoff run. The city and the franchise will benefit from it for years to come. It’s been a week since the Hurricanes were swept by the Boston Bruins in an incredibly one-sided Eastern Conference Final. It’s a disappointing result for a group that was starting to feel like a team of destiny, but there’s really nothing to be ashamed of. By the Numbers is usually focused on how the Hurricanes are doing statistically, but I’m not really prepared to talk about that yet. Here’s the long and the short of it: The Hurricanes were one of the...
Canes Country May 23, 2019
Storm Advisory: 5/23/19

Storm Advisory: 5/23/19

CanesCast returns, a deep dive into the world of the Hurricanes social media, and for suffering Blues fans this time feels different. Reading Assignments Yesterday’s News Today: Checkers Corner: We’ve Got A Series The Canes sent everyone in Raleigh a message via the News & Observer yesterday: In today's edition of @newsobserver Thank You, #Canes Fans pic.twitter.com/QVZZYp7n9H— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) May 22, 2019 Yesterday we got a picture of the final product from the STM Paint the Ice event, now see the time-lapse: A work of art pic.twitter.com/gzus1wSrVK—...
Puck Prose May 22, 2019

Carolina Hurricanes: Evaluating Justin Williams’ Future

After an incredible 2018-19 season, Carolina Hurricanes forward Justin Williams is unsure about his future in the NHL. Carolina Hurricanes captain Justin Williams showed in the 2018-19 season that age is not slowing him down. The 37-year-old registered 53 points (23 goals and 30 assists) in 82 games played. On July 1st, Williams will be […] Carolina Hurricanes: Evaluating Justin Williams’ Future - Puck Prose - Puck Prose - NHL
Canes Country May 21, 2019
Podcast: Tossing a John Gibson Grenade

Podcast: Tossing a John Gibson Grenade

The one where Justin’s John Gibson idea lights the episode on fire. The Carolina Hurricanes had their season ended at the hands of the Boston Bruins in the Eastern Conference Final, but that doesn’t change the excitement surrounding the team moving forward. On this week’s podcast, Brett and Justin recap the Canes’ season, preview their offseason, talk about Game of Thrones, and toss a John Gibson grenade that throws the entire episode out of whack. Subscribe on Google Play Music ● Subscribe on the iTunes Store
Canes Country May 21, 2019
Season recap: Waddell, Brind’Amour not done yet

Season recap: Waddell, Brind’Amour not done yet

Was it a good season for the Carolina Hurricanes? Absolutely - but now the hard work of raising the bar higher begins. RALEIGH — No one around the Carolina Hurricanes will ever admit to being completely happy with how this season turned out. After all, as Justin Williams told the media yesterday as the players made their year-end rounds, only one team wins their final game and goes away completely satisfied; 30 others have to-do lists of varying lengths that they want to address in the hopes that they’ll end the following season as that one team. But that doesn’t mean that there’s a...
Sportsnet.ca May 21, 2019
Hurricanes’ Martinook, de Haan undergo surgery for injuries

Hurricanes’ Martinook, de Haan undergo surgery for injuries

Some of the casualties of the Carolina Hurricanes’ run to the Eastern Conference final have emerged. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Canes Country May 21, 2019
Storm Advisory: 5/21/19

Storm Advisory: 5/21/19

Locker room clean out day, World Championship update and the Seattle...Wonders? Reading Assignments Yesterday’s News Today: A look back at locker room clean out day for the Hurricanes. [Canes Country] Some pretty cool Hurricanes fan art! here it is! the whole thing! the *entire* shebang. unless i missed someone, which is very possible. it's fun to notice how the style changed along the way-- first of this series was Teravainen, last was Aho. it's been fun! and now i feel like i know the players better. @NHLCanes pic.twitter.com/nMqhJJk6Dg— Justine W Hamer (@yungst3n) May 21,...
Canes Country May 20, 2019
With a mix of old and new players, the Canes turned a team into a family

With a mix of old and new players, the Canes turned a team into a family

A special group of players bought in and put the Hurricanes back on the map thanks to hard work and togetherness. RALEIGH — Every year in 30 NHL locker rooms, exit interviews and media availabilities center around what went wrong. How a team came up short. Missed opportunities that every player in the locker room will think about during a summer that is longer than they hoped it would be. While that disappointing feeling was present during Monday’s exit interviews for the Carolina Hurricanes, the sense of pride and optimism was overwhelming for a team that built a culture from the...
The Hockey Writers May 20, 2019

Hurricanes Surge into Summer with Confidence After Playoff Run

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Carolina Hurricanes enter the off-season confident of one thing: They shouldn't have to wait another decade to return to the playoffs. They hope their nucleus will make post-season appearances an every-year thing. The Hurricanes mad... The post Hurricanes Surge into Summer with Confidence After Playoff Run appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Puck Prose May 20, 2019

Carolina Hurricanes plan to buyout goaltender Scott Darling

According to a recent report, it appears the Carolina Hurricanes are prepared to part ways with goaltender Scott Darling.  The Carolina Hurricanes needed goaltending back in 2017. They executed a trade for the rights to Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Scott Darling and proceeded to sign him to a four-year deal worth $16.6 million. However, he has […] Carolina Hurricanes plan to buyout goaltender Scott Darling - Puck Prose - Puck Prose - NHL
The Hockey Writers May 20, 2019

NHL Rumors: Burakovsky, Skinner, Hurricanes, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown there is an update on the status of Andre Burakovsky and the Washington Capitals, there are some quick hits on the Carolina Hurricanes and Jeff Skinner talks with the Buffalo Sabres seem to be going well. Will Erik Karlsson create free agency drama and will the Avs land a big […] The post NHL Rumors: Burakovsky, Skinner, Hurricanes, More appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Canes Country May 20, 2019
Storm Advisory: 5/20/19

Storm Advisory: 5/20/19

Farewell to at least one goalie, and perhaps another as well. Reading Assignments Ripped from the headlines of No Crap: The Magazine: It’s my understanding the Carolina Hurricanes plan on buying out the contract of G Scott Darling when the buyout period opens and that the netminder is aware of their decision.— David Pagnotta (@TheFourthPeriod) May 19, 2019 And you might be wondering how a buyout will impact the Hurricanes’ cap. Here’s your answer: If the Carolina #Hurricanes were to buyout goaltender Scott Darling per @TheFourthPeriod, the buyout cap hit would be as...
Last Word on Hockey May 19, 2019
NHL Rumours: Ottawa Senators, Dallas Stars, Carolina Hurricanes

NHL Rumours: Ottawa Senators, Dallas Stars, Carolina Hurricanes

It's time again for another set of NHL rumours as the Stanley Cup playoffs approach the final two teams. Will it be the Boston Bruins against the San Jose Sharks, or the St. Louis Blues? Many teams are jockeying for the pole position during the summer months as next season approaches. We will be there to report all the changes and surprises which may occur. This time we will take a glance at our NHL rumours related to the Ottawa Senators, Dallas Stars, and the Carolina Hurricanes. NHL Rumours Ottawa Senators Patrick Roy Patrick Roy expected to interview for Ottawa Senators coaching job...

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