Rod Brind'Amour had his No. 17 retired.

Hurricanes shuffle hockey operations personnel

The Carolina Hurricanes made a multitude of changes to their hockey operations department on Tuesday afternoon as the team prepares for the 2012-13 season. Here’s a quick run down of […]

by · June 5, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Carolina Hurricanes
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Carolina Hurricanes may deal first round pick

The Carolina Hurricanes currently own the eighth overall pick in the 2012 Entry Draft, but it’s being speculated that they may be willing to part with that selection in return […]

by · May 31, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Carolina Hurricanes
Jordan Staal trade makes sense for Hurricanes

Jordan Staal trade makes sense for Hurricanes

The Stanley Cup Playoffs have yet to conclude, but offseason speculation has already begun in several NHL markets. Even though trade talks have yet to pick up considerable steam, rumors […]

Jiri Tlusty.  (Wikimedia Commons)

Jiri Tlusty Signs 2-Year Deal With Carolina

The Carolina Hurricanes have re-signed forward Jiri Tlusty to a two-year, $3.2 million contract on Monday, according to Team President and General Manager Jim Rutherford. The deal will pay Tlusty […]

by · April 24, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Carolina Hurricanes, Trades Contracts and Transactions
Eric Staal (Photo by Andy Martin Jr)

Eric Staal, Carolina Hurricanes Defeat Montreal Canadiens 2-1 in Shootout

RALEIGH, N.C.—The Carolina Hurricanes concluded the home portion of their 2011-12 schedule in poetic fashion on Thursday night, defeating the Montreal Canadiens 2-1 in front of 17,836 at PNC Arena. […]

by · April 5, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Carolina Hurricanes, Montreal Canadiens
Carolina Hurricanes officially eliminated from playoff contention; Winnipeg Jets stay alive

Carolina Hurricanes officially eliminated from playoff contention; Winnipeg Jets stay alive

RALEIGH, N.C.—It’s official—the Carolina Hurricanes have been eliminated for playoff contention. What has been inevitable for the majority of the 2011-12 season became a reality on Friday as the Canes […]

by · March 31, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Carolina Hurricanes, Winnipeg Jets
Caps Playoff Chances: What Needs to Happen

Caps Playoff Chances: What Needs to Happen

If you ask a Sabres or Jets fan, the Caps are in a good place. But with two weeks of hockey left there’s still enough time for a major Eastern […]

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Fantasy Hockey Chutes And Ladders: Playoffs? PLAYOFFS?

We have survived much this fantasy hockey season but now comes the first March edition of “Chutes And Ladders”. Riding the fortunes of a fantasy hockey team can be a […]

McDonald was the Blues' leading scorer in 2009-10 with 57 points (Icon SMI)

Fantasy Hockey Panel: All-Purpose Playoff Pickups

With the fantasy hockey playoffs rapidly approaching, fantasy managers have limited time to snag a piece that might greatly impact their playoff run. For the next couple of weeks, Fred […]

Keith Aucoin’s Scenic Route to the NHL

Keith Aucoin’s Scenic Route to the NHL

It can be tough to crack a big league lineup. The mental wear and tear of bouncing back and forth between the minors and NHL isn’t easy, just ask journeyman […]

Southeast Bound and Down

Southeast Bound and Down

The dream of playoff hockey is alive and well in Washington and that’s for one reason: The Southeast Division. For the past four years the Caps haven’t had to fret […]

Fantasy Chutes And Ladders: Just Call A Medic!

Fantasy Chutes And Ladders: Just Call A Medic!

We have survived much this fantasy hockey season but now comes the first March edition of “Chutes And Ladders”. Riding the fortunes of a fantasy hockey team can be a […]