1:22 AM EST, Fri January 18, 2019
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 10 hours ago
Wild trades Nino Niederreiter to Carolina for Victor Rask

Wild trades Nino Niederreiter to Carolina for Victor Rask

Niederreiter holds a spot in Wild lore for his playoff series game-winning goal in overtime in 2014 against Colorado.

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Canes Country 7 hours ago
Canes Country is hiring a staff writer

Canes Country is hiring a staff writer

Come cover the Canes with us! If you’re reading this, it’s safe to assume that you love the Carolina Hurricanes and the community we’ve built here at Canes Country. We’ve got an opportunity for you to become a bigger part of that community in a meaningful way. Canes Country is hiring a staff writer. This person will help with game recaps, About Last Night game analyses, and occasional news desk shifts, including posting game hubs. There may be opportunities for columns and opinion pieces. Our ideal candidates will be passionate about the Hurricanes and hockey and already enjoy...
CBC News 9 hours ago
Wild trade Niederreiter to Hurricanes for Rask

Wild trade Niederreiter to Hurricanes for Rask

The Minnesota Wild have acquired centre Victor Rask from the Carolina Hurricanes for left wing Nino Niederreiter, in a swap of underperforming but still-young players on long-term contracts.
The Hockey Writers 9 hours ago

Wild Trade Niederreiter to Hurricanes for Rask

The Minnesota Wild have traded Nino Niederreiter to the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for Victor Rask, the Wild announced Thursday. Niederreiter is in the second year of a five-year, $26.25 million contract that carries a $5.25 million annual cap hit. Rask is in the third year of a six-year, $24 million contract that carries a $4 […] The post Wild Trade Niederreiter to Hurricanes for Rask appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Canes Country 11 hours ago
Point/Counterpoint: The case for trading Micheal Ferland

Point/Counterpoint: The case for trading Micheal Ferland

The Canes are going to have to make a hard decision in the coming weeks, and trade a fan-favorite, goal-scoring forward for the second time in a few months. But it’s the right call. For the past two days, Canes Country senior writers Brett Finger and Andrew Schnittker have been making cases for and against the Hurricanes signing pending unrestricted free agent Micheal Ferland to a contract extension. Today, Andrew will discuss the situation from the “trade the man” point-of-view. Well, everyone knows what this is about. Yesterday, Brett gave the first part of this point-counterpoint...
Canes Country 17 hours ago
Storm Advisory: 1/17/19

Storm Advisory: 1/17/19

Dez Bryant does hockey, John Scott narrowly avoids death, and lots of Micheal Ferland talk. Reading Assignments Yesterday’s News Today: Prospect Corner: Checking in on future Hurricanes, Part one of a two part series on what the Hurricanes should do with Micheal Ferland. The 8th annual Hurricanes alumni game will be played on March 3rd featuring the likes of Bryan Bickell, Rod Brind’Amour, Erik Cole, and many more. [Hurricanes] Tweetmail this week speaks on Jordan Staal, making moves, and the Storm Surge. [Hurricanes] Don’t forget to check out Andrei Svechnikov and Warren Foegele...
Canes Country Jan 16, 2019
Prospect Corner: Watching the Canes of Tomorrow

Prospect Corner: Watching the Canes of Tomorrow

A little over a month remains in most junior hockey seasons. How are the Hurricanes’ prospects faring in their campaigns? As we eclipse the halfway point of the prospect season following the World Juniors, we tend to have a wider body of work on how prospects are developing over the course of the year. Players are getting comfortable on new teams, in elevated roles, and sometimes in leagues that they have not yet played in. The Hurricanes don’t have as many “top-end” prospects to follow this year, as many have graduated to the AHL to form a roster that is currently blowing away the...
Canes Country Jan 16, 2019
P/CP: The case for giving Micheal Ferland a contract extension

P/CP: The case for giving Micheal Ferland a contract extension

As the trade deadline draws nearer, the Hurricanes will be forced to make a tough decision on an equally-tough player. Over the next two days, Canes Country senior writers Brett Finger and Andrew Schnittker will be making cases for and against the Hurricanes signing pending unrestricted free agent Micheal Ferland to a contract extension. Today, Brett will discuss the situation from the “pay the man” point-of-view. On the ice, the Carolina Hurricanes are hot. Seven wins in their last nine games hot. Off the ice, the Hurricanes’ front office might not be “hot”, but they’re...
Canes Country Jan 16, 2019
ALN: Burn The Tape

ALN: Burn The Tape

In what has become far too normal, the Hurricanes dropped another game at MSG. In a professional sports league of any kind it is very difficult to make something trendy. Players change teams, coaches come and go, parity takes its natural course (outside of maybe the NBA). For a team to lose in one building 16 straight times just seems unfathomable. Yet here we are. The Carolina Hurricanes dropped their 16th straight game to the New York Rangers played at Madison Square Garden last night by the score of 6-2, and it was just as ugly as the score suggests. The Good If it walks like a bad...
Canes Country Jan 16, 2019
Storm Advisory 1/16/19: NHL News, Rumors, Links and Daily Roundup

Storm Advisory 1/16/19: NHL News, Rumors, Links and Daily Roundup

Prospects, Trades, and Upcoming Free Agents. Also known as a typical mid-January NHL day. Reading Assignments The Canes losing streak in Madison Square Garden is alive and well at nine years and 16 games strong. [Us] The only good news for the Canes is that Saku Maenalanen had two more goals Another game, another goal for #8 pic.twitter.com/KUzvcjejIa— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) January 16, 2019 We have all heard about rookie dinners in all sports, but what actually happens at NHL rokie dinners? [Sports Illustrated] Senators have upped their efforts to re-sign their only...
The Hockey Writers Jan 16, 2019

Rangers Dominate Hurricanes – Zibanejad With 4 Points

NEW YORK — Mika Zibanejad had two goals and two assists to help the New York Rangers beat the Carolina Hurricanes 6-2 on Tuesday night. Pavel Buchnevich and Tony DeAngelo each scored twice and Mats Zuccarello added three assists as the Rangers won for ... The post Rangers Dominate Hurricanes – Zibanejad With 4 Points appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Canes Country Jan 15, 2019
Canes fall flat, get blown out by Rangers at MSG

Canes fall flat, get blown out by Rangers at MSG

Canes end busy stretch with a blowout loss in New York. Tuesday night’s matchup against the New York Rangers was one doozy of a trap game for the Carolina Hurricanes. At the end of a 8-game, 13-day stretch, the Canes strolled into Madison Square Garden, a place where they haven’t won since October of Jeff Skinner’s rookie season, and got dealt with by a bottom-dwelling Rangers team that got called out by their head coach David Quinn after their most recent game against the Columbus Blue Jackets. From the opening puck drop, the Hurricanes were a step or seven behind the Rangers and,...

Zibanejad, Lundqvist lead Rangers to 6-2 win over Hurricanes

Mika Zibanejad had two goals and two assists to help the New York Rangers beat the Carolina Hurricanes 6-2 on Tuesday night.
Canes Country Jan 15, 2019
Canes at Rangers: Game Night Hub

Canes at Rangers: Game Night Hub

The Canes try to exercise the demons of Madison Square Garden tonight. The Carolina Hurricanes head to New York City for a tilt with the Rangers on Tuesday night, seeking to break their 15-game losing streak at Madison Square Garden. The Canes enter the contest playing their best hockey of the season, having won seven of their past eight. Sebastian Aho is coming off a spectacular two game stretch at home that saw him net five goals in total, including a hat trick in Sunday’s matinee with the Nashville Predators. Justin Williams also comes into play hot with goals in each of the past...
Canes Country Jan 15, 2019
Canes vs. Rangers: Preview and Storm Advisory

Canes vs. Rangers: Preview and Storm Advisory

The Carolina Hurricanes look to keep the ball rolling tonight with their first matchup of the season in historic Madison Square Garden. The Hurricanes take on a divisional foe in the New York Rangers tonight, their second matchup of the season as the Canes try to build on a strong start to the new year. Game Notes Tonight’s tilt is the second of four this season between the Rangers and the Hurricanes, and the first of two between the teams at Madison Square Garden. The Canes took down the Rangers in Raleigh on October 8th by a score of 8-5. The teams will finish out their...

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