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NC State has to work with Gale Force Holdings and the Carolina Hurricanes every year for scheduling purposes, and normally they iron out scheduling conflicts without much trouble--usually 13 months in advance. Comment?
... last year in the AHL with only 26 points in 69 games, but Welsh still has a good chance of making the Carolina Hurricanes' roster next season because he brings something the Canes are lacking: tough players on the fourth line. Welsh played for three ... Comment?
The Dallas Stars and Carolina Hurricanes will be sporting new duds next season; are the Blues going in the same direction? Sometimes a little bit of a refresh is needed, isn't it? Your old clothes aren't fashionable anymore, so you go shopping for some sleaker styles. Comment?
The Carolina Hurricanes will make a change regarding how the team will look on the ice for the upcoming National Hockey League season as announced by the organization on Thursday from its offices at PNC Arena in Raleigh, N.C. For now, the big news that the team wants everyone to know about is that it will unveil all-new home and road uniforms at a ... (more) Comment?
Although the Carolina Hurricanes ' season was extremely disappointing, they do get the advantage of getting the fifth overall pick in the 2013 NHL Draft. Comment?
The Carolina Hurricanes may have not performed the way they hoped to in the lockout-shortened season, but they do have nearly all of their offensive players under contract for next season. Comment?
The Dallas Stars and Carolina Hurricanes are both unveiling their new looks on June 4, with the Stars opting for, apparently, a logo overhaul as well. Comment?
The Carolina Hurricanes will have a new uniform for the first time in their 15-year history, the team revealed Thursday in a press release. Comment?
... Harrison, a six-foot-four, 211-pound defencemen, was coming off his third straight solid season with the Carolina Hurricanes, where he had finally caught on after spending much of the previous eight years in the minor leagues or overseas. Given that ... Comment?
As the Carolina Hurricanes try to put many of last season's memories in the rear view mirror, they will move ahead next season with a new look. Comment?
... players and one assistant coach from Minnesota. They were Justin Falk from South St. Paul and the Carolina Hurricanes, Erik Johnson from Bloomington and the Colorado Avalanche, Jamie McBain from Edina and Carolina, Nick Bjugstad from Blaine and the ... Comment?
... world hockey championships and has a three-year, $4.5-million contract extension awaiting him with the Carolina Hurricanes next season. The perseverance and love were tested somewhere in between, when rather than give up on his boyhood dream, ... Comment?
The Carolina Hurricanes have experienced their fair share of bad luck this season and even beyond with Eric Staal's injury at the IIHF World Championships. Comment?
... : five games for a head hit on Colorado Avalanche forward Gabriel Landeskog and eight games for a hit on Carolina Hurricanes forward Alexei Ponikarovsky. Comment?
Thankfully for the Carolina Hurricanes, Eric Staal's knee injury looked worse than it was-not that a third-degree MCL sprain is inconsequential, but the Canes will take it. Comment?
... at the hockey World Championships on Thursday. Edler is a Vancouver Canucks defenseman, Staal a Carolina Hurricanes center. Both All-Stars are playing for their respective national teams, since their regular seasons are over. Unless Edler says he ... Comment?
... are willing to widen the scope of a rule that bans blindside hits to the head. Jim Rutherford of the Carolina Hurricanes , one of the 30 general managers who voted unanimously for the rule last season, said, "Based on the discussion we had when we ... Comment?
According to Corey Pronman and a rsport.ru article , 2013 draft prospect Valeri Nichushkin said that he has decided to transfer to North America. Comment?
... The times are, however, changing. Instead of bludgeoning the Tampa Bay Lightning , Winnipeg Jets , Carolina Hurricanes and Florida Panthers , for the 2013-14 season the Caps will have to contend with new (or old depending on how long your memory is) ... Comment?
The Carolina Hurricanes were a playoff team for the first half of the 2013 season but, due in part to subpar goaltending, they collapsed in the second half of the season and missed the postseason for the sixth time in seven seasons since their 2006 Stanley Cup victory. Comment?