Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Hurricanes make blockbuster trade

On Saturday, the Canes sent Noah Hanifin and Elias Lindholm to the Calgary Flames for Dougie Hamilton, Micheal Ferland, and prospect Adam Fox.

Why the Hurricanes shouldn’t trade Jeff Skinner

One of the biggest names on the market, Skinner still brings more to this team as a player than he does as a trade chip.

The Caps are Stanley Cup Champions, so now what?

The Washington Capitals could trade goalie Phillip Grubauer at the NHL draft.

Everblades lose in Game 7 of ECHL Championship

The Florida Everblades may have lost the Kelly Cup in game 7, but they still bode well for the future of the Hurricanes.

Carolina’s free agents: who to sign and who to let go

After yet another fruitless season, the Carolina Hurricanes need to evaluate their newest crop of free agents.

Canes sign forward Saku Mäenalanen

On Thursday, the Carolina Hurricanes signed 23-year-old Finnish forward Saku Mäenalanen to a one-year, two-way contract worth $925,000.

Canes name Rod Brind’Amour as new head coach

On Tuesday, the Carolina Hurricanes announced that Rod Brind’Amour would be the Canes’ 14th head coach in franchise history.

Canes offseason: 2018 IIHF World Championship Update

Five Canes players and prospects are currently competing for their countries in the IIHF World Championship.

Canes landing second overall NHL Draft pick is the best-case scenario

For once, the odds were in the Hurricanes' favor as they climbed up the draft board to the second overall pick on Saturday night. Sarai Dai explains why this was even better for Carolina than winning the top NHL Draft choice.

The Carolina Hurricanes’ front office shuffle

We’ve all seen the writing on the wall. Bill Peters has finally left the Carolina Hurricanes.
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