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Charlotte Observer Oct 17, 2014

Sutter solid in Checkers loss

Following the Hurricanes game Thursday, Carolina activated Jeff Skinner from its crowded list of injured reserves and reassigned Brody Sutter to the Charlotte Checkers just in time for its home…
Newsday Oct 16, 2014

Rangers rally to tie in third, then beat Hurricanes in a shootout

Rick Nash scored in the third round of the shootout and Henrik Lundqvist stopped all three attempts as the Rangers snapped a three-game losing streak with a 2-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes Thursday night at Madison Square Garden.
New York Daily News Oct 16, 2014
Rick Nash scores lone shootout goal to lead NY Rangers over Hurricanes

Rick Nash scores lone shootout goal to lead NY Rangers over Hurricanes

That was close. The Rangers appeared on their way to four straight losses, this one to a depleted Carolina Hurricanes squad that isn’t even threatening at its best.
NY Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes preview: No excuse for Blueshirts to lose; Matt Hunwick replaces Mike Kostka in lineup

NY Rangers vs. Carolina Hurricanes preview: No excuse for Blueshirts to lose; Matt Hunwick replaces Mike Kostka in lineup

There is no excuse for the Rangers (1-3-0) to lose on Thursday night at the Garden to the winless Carolina Hurricanes (0-2-1). Carolina, already a perennial bottom-feeder, has been ravaged by injuries. The Hurricanes will be without four of their top-five scorers from last season: brothers Eric and Jordan Staal at center, top defenseman Andrej Sekera, and forward Jeff Skinner.
Charlotte Observer Oct 15, 2014

DeCock: When the fair comes to town, Hurricanes hit the road

Tuesday was the Carolina Hurricanes? final home game of October as they hit the road for their annual state-fair road trip, this time playing five games in 13 days while…
Charlotte Observer Oct 10, 2014

DeCock: Rough start to season for Hurricanes

Down 3-0 after two periods, the season couldn?t have gotten off to much worse of a start for the Carolina Hurricanes in a 5-3 loss to the New York Islanders.
News & Observer Oct 10, 2014
It's time for the Canes to get started

It's time for the Canes to get started

For the Carolina Hurricanes, its time to drop the puck and start a new season. Theyll miss injured forwards Jordan Staal and Jeff Skinner, but its time to play.Interactive: Meet the HurricanesRead more Hurricanes news on our Canes Now blogGet the latest Canes news, photos and scores
Charlotte Observer Oct 9, 2014

It’s time for the Canes to get started

For the Carolina Hurricanes, it?s time to drop the puck and start a new season. They?ll miss injured forwards Jordan Staal and Jeff Skinner, but it?s time to play.
News & Observer Oct 9, 2014
Canes preview: New coach Bill Peters faces challenges as he tries to lead team back to playoffs

Canes preview: New coach Bill Peters faces challenges as he tries to lead team back to playoffs

Bill Peters takes over as coach of the Carolina Hurricanes with the mandate of getting the team back to the NHLs playoffs, and now he must find a way to do it without injured forward Jordan Staal.Get the latest Canes news, photos and scoresRead more Hurricanes news on our Canes Now blogMore NHL news
News & Observer Oct 9, 2014
DeCock: Time for Canes to generate some good news on the ice

DeCock: Time for Canes to generate some good news on the ice

With ticket sales down and an uncertain ownership situation, the Carolina Hurricanes need to play well enough to remind everyone why they matter. But can they?Get the latest Canes news, photos and scoresRead more Hurricanes news on our Canes Now blogMore NHL news
News & Observer Oct 9, 2014
Canes' goalies compete for top job

Canes' goalies compete for top job

The Carolina Hurricanes have two goalies, Cam Ward and Anton Khudobin, and both want to be No. 1. Its a friendly but intense competition.Get the latest Canes news, photos and scoresRead more Hurricanes news on our Canes Now blogMore NHL news
News & Observer Oct 9, 2014
One brother's broken leg may have scuppered Staal reunion

One brother's broken leg may have scuppered Staal reunion

Marc Staal will be an unrestricted free agent this summer if he doesnt re-sign with the New York Rangers first. His brothers on the Carolina Hurricanes, Eric and Jordan, would like to convince him to come here, a task that got tougher when Jordan broke his leg.Get the latest Canes news, photos and scoresRead more Hurricanes news on our Canes Now blogMore NHL news
News & Observer Oct 9, 2014
DeCock: Much has changed since Canes last made playoffs

DeCock: Much has changed since Canes last made playoffs

The Carolina Hurricanes last made the playoffs in 2009, when they finished sixth in the Eastern Conference and made it to the conference finals with seven-game wins over the New Jersey Devils and Boston Bruins before being swept by the Pittsburgh Penguins. That season opened on Oct. 10, 2008, with a 6-4 home win over the Florida Panthers.Get the latest Canes news, photos and scoresRead more Hurricanes news on our Canes Now blogMore NHL news
News & Observer Oct 9, 2014
Breaking down the Canes' roster

Breaking down the Canes' roster

Eric Staal has to be a leader and offensive producer for the Carolina Hurricanes to succeed.Get the latest Canes news, photos and scoresRead more Hurricanes news on our Canes Now blogMore NHL news

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