At this point, the Carolina Hurricanes are a far cry from making the Stanley Cup Playoffs–something they haven’t accomplished since the 2008-09 season. This season was supposed to be different, […]
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One of the keys to the Carolina Hurricanes’ success this season has been the ability to roll four lines with confidence. Lately, however, Kirk Muller hasn’t been able to trust […]
If there’s one criticism of the Carolina Hurricanes in recent years, it’s that they were too easy to play against. They were soft. Rarely could you expect a game full […]
Last year, Jiri Tlusty had the best statistical season of his still-young hockey career, leading the team in both goals (23) and plus/minus (+15). He broke both his previous […]
Throughout their history in Raleigh, the Carolina Hurricanes have had their share of ups and downs. They’ve won one Stanley Cup Final, reached another, and made the Eastern Conference Finals […]
Now that we are more than halfway through the NHL season, the analysis of a team can be made without being hasty. Where the holes are on each team is […]
When the Carolina Hurricanes traded their latest first round pick, at the time, in Phillipe Paradis to the Toronto Maple Leafs for Jiri Tlusty in 2009 some fans thought the […]
If you take a look at the NHL goal scoring leaders right now, you’ll see a lot of familiar faces at the top: Steven Stamkos, John Tavares, James Neal, Eric Staal, among others. And then there’s Jiri Tlusty.
There are plenty of gems (owned in less than 30% in Yahoo leagues) out there just sitting in free agency in your league, and you’re getting impatient with an underachiever […]
After one of the more up and down years in franchise history, the Carolina Hurricanes enter the offseason as a bit of an enigma. Their 2011-12 record of 33-33-16 is, […]
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 […]
RALEIGH, N.C.—When Anthony Stewart was placed on waivers on February 6, it appeared as if his time in Carolina had come to an end. The Quebec native had just five […]