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Carolina Hurricanes Rumors & News
Canes Country 3 hours ago
Alex Ovechkin notches 50th goal of season to help dismantle Carolina Once again, the Carolina Hurricanes fell behind early before eventually losing, this time to the Washington Capitals, 4-2 at the Verizon Center on Tuesday night. Alex Ovechkin scored his 50th goal of the season in the game, the sixth season in his career he has done so. The Caps got on the board just 2:46 into the game when Mike Green sent a puck toward the net at a very tight angle that either took a weird bounce or bad deflection past Cam Ward. Ward had a tough night overall and allowed four goals on just 20 shots in...
Washington Post 3 hours ago
Defenseman Mike Green returned to the Washington Capitals’ locker room just as forward Alex Ovechkin finished his postgame interview and the swarm of cameras dispersed. After Tuesday night’s 4-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes, he had now witnessed each of...
Washington Post 5 hours ago
There it was, Alex Ovechkin’s 50th goal, screaming off the blade that turns pucks nearly invisible, rocketing from an angle that seemed impossible. His linemate’s feed had deflected in traffic and skittered from its target, but the forward adjusted. His legs...
Washington Post 7 hours ago
It took 11 minutes and 12 seconds Tuesday night for forward Alex Ovechkin to blast the anticipation out from Verizon Center, ending any brief wait Washington Capitals’ fans had to witness history. With a snap shot off the rush that zipped through traffic...
Boston Globe Mar 29, 2015
The Bruins earned themselves two huge points when David Pastrnak scored with 37 seconds left in overtime against Carolina.
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 28, 2015
Patrik Elias passes Pat LaFontaine, moves into 78th on all-time NHL scoring list
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 28, 2015
Will Devils finish above NHL .500?
Here are five thoughts after the Chicago Blackhawks’ 3-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Monday: 1. It wasn’t pretty, but the Blackhawks picked up two more points. They were lucky the game didn’t get away from them just as their last one did against the Dallas Stars. The Hurricanes outshot the Blackhawks in every period and 34-16 over the last two periods. The line of Joakim Nordstrom, Marcus Kruger and Andrew Shaw was the only one with positive Corsi.
Northwest Herald Mar 23, 2015
RALEIGH, N.C. – Andrew Shaw scored two goals, and the Blackhawks held off the Carolina Hurricanes, 3-1, Monday night.
Chicago Blackhawks Blog | ESPN Chicago Mar 23, 2015
RALEIGH, N.C. -- The last time the Chicago Blackhawks had to bounce back from a blowout loss was nearly a month ago, when they fell 4-0 at Tampa Bay on Feb. 27. But Joel Quenneville's club responded very well to the adversity, claiming a 5-2 win over the visiting Carolina Hurricanes on March 2. That one started a seven-game streak in which Chicago got points in every game (6-0-1) before losing 4-0 at Dallas on Saturday night. Monday, the Hawks again will face the Hurricanes, who are likely to finish last in the Metro Division but are a competitive 16-13-6 in 2015.
New York Daily News Mar 21, 2015
Rick Nash called Saturday night's visit to the Carolina Hurricanes a "must-win," and the Rangers triumphed, but it felt more like an escape.
Senators Extra | Ottawa Citizen Mar 16, 2015
The Series So Far After beating the Montreal Canadiens, New York Islanders and Philadelphia Flyers in three games (two of them on the road) over four days, it would seem strange to think the streaking Ottawa Senators might come into a game against the Carolina Hurricanes (26-34-8, 26th overall in the NHL) with trepidation. But […]
The Carolina Hurricanes converted only one of their six power-play opportunities yesterday, but it was the cumulative effect of playing almost nine minutes short-handed that took a toll on the Blue Jackets.
Defenseman Justin Falk and Ron Hainsey and center Brad Malone scored a trio of second period goals to push the Carolina Hurricanes past the Blue Jackets 3-2 today at Nationwide Arena.
Today's game: Blue Jackets vs. Carolina Hurricanes
During the lockout shortened 2012-13 season, Dan Ellis was brought in to be the Carolina Hurricanes backup goalie behind Cam Ward.
Edmonton Journal Mar 8, 2015
The Edmonton Oilers turned a blowout into a blow-up Sunday afternoon against the Carolina Hurricanes, scoring the first three goals then giving up the next six en route to a disturbing 7-4 loss.