Post Tagged with: "Jiri Tlusty"

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Injuries Around the League Open New Trade Routes for Sekera

The Carolina Hurricanes already faced a tough decision on what to do with defenseman Andrej Sekera. Sekera has been a big part of Carolina’s defensive group since his acquisition in […]

Who Are These Guys? ‘Canes Beat Penguins 4-2

Who Are These Guys? ‘Canes Beat Penguins 4-2

Who are these guys? One night they are sluggish, lackadaisical, and just plain awful. A couple of nights later fresh, intense, and leaving it all on the ice. Who are […]

Jiri Tlusty has helped lead a Carolina resurgence that few have expected. (Photo: Andy Martin Jr)

Hurricanes’ Jiri Tlusty Jacked by Blue Jackets’ Jack Johnson

Jiri Tlusty was the recipient of a hit to the head in Tuesday night’s match between the Carolina Hurricanes and the Columbus Blue Jackets. The ‘Canes won the game 4-2, […]

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Hockey News: Ovechkin Sets Caps Record; Suspension for Johnson?

Pittsburgh’s power play is lethal, their goaltending has been solid and they’re actually getting depth scoring. Of course it’s time to make a trade. [Pensburgh] There was a goalie interference […]

by · November 5, 2014 · 0 comments · Elsewhere on the Web
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Cam Ward Shines in Hurricanes’ First Win

Cam Ward, like his teammates, was dressed in the Carolina Hurricanes 3rd uniform. The all black-clad Canes skated onto the ice to a crowd of just under 11,000, back on […]

Hurricanes Need To Avoid Frustration

Hurricanes Need To Avoid Frustration

The New York Islanders are the real deal this season and the Hurricanes got caught up in their opening storm. Everyone saw why John Tavares is so dangerous, and why Johnny Boychuk was […]

by · October 12, 2014 · 0 comments · Carolina Hurricanes
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Hurricanes Driving Last Year’s Model?

Are the Carolina Hurricanes driving last year’s model?  A few months ago the answer would have been, “not likely.”  After a 2-5 preseason, the answer may very well be, “not […]

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Metropolitan Rivals: Who Survives The Flyers-Canes Storm?

Despite Carolina’s run-of-the-mill 36-35-11 record last season, the Hurricanes exhibited ownership over the Flyers by going 4-0-0 against their new divisional adversary. The Canes’ success against Philadelphia, however, didn’t correlate […]

by · July 20, 2014 · 0 comments · Philadelphia Flyers
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NHL Free Agency Wave Rippling Through Carolina

It’s a busy time in the National Hockey League. On the heels of the draft weekend in Philadelphia, the league went right into its free agency period. This week has […]

by · July 3, 2014 · 0 comments · Carolina Hurricanes
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Contract Comparables: E. Staal & Tlusty

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, […]

by · March 17, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Carolina Hurricanes
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‘Canes Can’t Win With Shortened Bench

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 […]

by · December 1, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Carolina Hurricanes
Robert Bortuzzo was willing to do anything to stay in the lineup. (Photo by Andy Martin Jr)

Just What the Doctor Ordered: Canes’ Camp Gets Chippy

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 […]

by · September 14, 2013 · 1 comment · Carolina Hurricanes