Ilya Kovalchuk is not one to show much emotion, but he got in front of the camera for the SKA hockey team’s recent music video and showed off some of his dance moves.
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By Andrew Hirsh After opening the 2012-13 season with a 6-1-1 record, the Charlotte Checkers have continued their rampant pace throughout November. The Hurricanes American Hockey League affiliate has […]
On April 12, 2007, the Atlanta Thrashers skated in their first ever postseason contest. The building was sold out that night, as over 18,000 Georgia residents packed the stands of Philips Arena, most sporting light blue attire. While that event took place more than five and a half years ago, I remember it like it was yesterday.
When the Carolina Hurricanes drafted Zach Boychuk 14th overall in 2008, they envisioned he would quickly mature into a quality NHL goal-scorer. While it’s taken longer than expected, Boychuk may be ready to live up to these lofty expectations.
Contrary to what anyone could have predicted back in 2005, the National Hockey League’s overall revenue has grown tremendously under the most recent collective bargaining agreement, reaching $3.2 billion last season—the most in league history. And yet, the majority of NHL teams continue to hurt financially, and very few are currently making real money.
By Andrew Hirsh Around this time last year, Justin Faulk received a demotion to the American Hockey League after struggling in his rookie year with the Hurricanes. Now, with the […]
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and his fellow league executives want you to believe that they care about the fans. Their words, however, do not coincide with their actions.
The Carolina Hurricanes continued their busy offseason on Wednesday by signing forward Patrick Dwyer to a two-year, $1.8 million extension. The new contract will pay him $900,000 in 2013-14 and […]
Jeremy Welsh, signed by the Carolina Hurricanes last spring, could make the jump to a full-time NHL role this season.
Follow @andrewhirsh After making the playoffs last spring for the first time since 2000, the Florida Panthers have finally given their fans some long-overdue optimism about the team’s future. Unfortunately, […]
The Carolina Hurricanes further bolstered their offense Thursday afternoon, signing former 40-goal scorer Alex Semin to a 1-year deal. The contract will pay him $7 million for the 2012-13 season. […]
The Carolina Hurricanes are in need of a quality goal-scorer to round out their top-six. Alex Semin is looking for a chance at redemption. Potential risks notwithstanding, bringing these two […]