3 hrs ago | Canes Country
Last night, Adrian Dater of the Denver Post reported that the Colorado Avalanche will likely pass over defenseman Seth Jones , if they pick at number one in the upcoming NHL Draft.
7 hrs ago | Habs Eyes On The Prize
Plekanec was actually the inspiration behind this project last season, as his season without wingers produced his first sub-20 goal season in a long time.
11 hrs ago | Cardiac Cane
The Carolina Hurricanes need defensemen, they're open to trading a former " untouchable player " and love the Staal brothers, so why not a trade based around Marc Staal and Jeff Skinner ? The Canes are looking for a top four defenseman that excels in the defensive end, which exactly describes Staal.
15 hrs ago | Business Journal
When Carolina Hurricanes executives learned that an ice rink at Fort Bragg, south of Raleigh near Fayetteville, could be closed due to financial pressures, they stepped in to help.
The Carolina Hurricanes will be a team to watch this summer. Injuries derailed their 2013 season, but this is a team that isn't too far off from contending.
Flames general manager Jay Feaster recently made a bold move, offering his three first-round draft picks to Colorado for the No.
The Southeast Division is no more. For the Caps, making the playoffs has been easy the past six seasons as they have just mauled the other teams in the now-defunct division.
Holding the fifth overall pick in the 2013 NHL draft, the decision the Carolina Hurricanes will make come June 30 has the opportunity to determine the fate of the franchise for years to come.
There has been rumors all summer that the Carolina Hurricanes would be willing to move their fifth overall pick in the 2013 NHL Draft, but on Saturday night, Elliotte Friedman gave a little more insight into the situation .
The Carolina Hurricanes currently have Cam Ward and Justin Peters on their goaltending depth chart, but the feeling is that GM Jim Rutherford will not keep Peters in that backup spot and replace him this summer.
Doug Warf , Executive Director of the Kids 'N Community Foundation and Carolina Hurricanes Vice President of Marketing, announced on Wednesday from the team's offices in Raleigh, N.C. that the team formed a partnership with Defending the Blue Line and the Cape Fear Youth Hockey Association to keep the Cleland Ice Rink on Fort Bragg open and active.
One of the more disappointing aspects of the overall disappointing 2013 season for the Carolina Hurricanes was the performance of Tuomo Ruutu .
Sep 19, 2011; Buffalo, NY, USA; Carolina Hurricanes right wing Chad LaRose tries to poke the puck past Buffalo Sabres goalie Drew MacIntyre during the first period at the First Niagara Center.