RALEIGH, N.C.—Many people in Carolina knew that the Hurricanes were capable of becoming a winning hockey team. But no one thought it would happen this quickly. The Canes had taken […]
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Painting a Picture with Shooting Percentages Shooting percentage is often a key determinant when evaluating a player’s production or lack thereof. It is often overlooked, as in fantasy leagues, one […]
RALEIGH, N.C.—The Anaheim Ducks defeated the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday night by the score of 3-2 in the shootout. Saku Koivu had the lone shootout goal and Jonas Hiller made […]
Jim Neveau, Senior NHL Columnist Before this NHL season kicked off, one of the teams that pundits were talking about as a legitimate Stanley Cup contender was the Chicago Blackhawks. […]
RALEIGH, N.C.—The 2012 playoffs may be out of reach for the Hurricanes, but that doesn’t mean Carolina doesn’t have a lot to accomplish over the next several months. 2011-12 is […]
2014 is a long way off. Most people don’t even know where they will be in two years, let alone what the 2014 version of Team Canada will look like. […]
The Carolina Hurricanes have swept the Boston Bruins. Believe it or not, the Canes have gone a perfect 4 and 0 against the Big Bad Bruins which has to be […]
The last time that the Carolina Hurricanes made the NHL playoffs was the 2008-2009 campaign. It looks more likely every day that the trend of missing the playoffs will continue. […]
Jim Neveau, Senior NHL Correspondent With two weeks to go until the NHL All-Star Fantasy Draft, the league released its full list of All-Star reserves on Thursday afternoon. There was, […]
Today the NHL announced those players who would fill out the rosters for the NHL All-Star Game. On that list were three very prominent Chicago Blackhawks who are having very […]
Of the 30 NHL teams, there are currently only eight who have a losing record. A pretty amazing stat, unless of course you are one of the star players who […]
Every year the trade deadline features a number of players who are headed for free agency. Non-contending teams deem these types expendable every spring.