Stats Of The Carolina Hurricanes Roster

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The Carolina Hurricanes won their first Stanley Cup in 2006 after a thrilling 4-3 series against five time champions Edmonton. The last four years have not been so kind, and the Hurricanes have not been able to make the playoffs since 2009. However, the Hurricanes have some talented players on their roster and hope to put up a fight in the coming season.

Captain Eric Staal has amassed 627 points in 690 NHL games, and he is hoping to return to the form he showed in 2008-09 when he scored 40 goals and chipped in 35 assists. Staal also holds Read more…

The Upcoming Schedule Of The Carolina Hurricanes

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While the Carolina Hurricanes may not have made it to the NHL playoffs this year, the truth is that they put up a good fight. Not to mention, if you are truly a diehard Hurricanes fan, then you are probably already doing your best to stay up to date on the latest news in terms of who their free agents may be, who might be getting traded, and what other changes may come to the team prior to the start of the next NHL season.

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Current Roster Of The Carolina Hurricanes

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The current roster of the Carolina Hurricanes contains some of the best NHL players in the world. Eric Staal has shown from time to time that he can be a truly elite player. He has the ability to carry the team for long stretches of time. He’s a great goals corer and a good passer as well. He’s got a great defensive stick when he has to go the other way. His brother Jordan is also a great two-way player. Jordan was a great pickup from the Pittsburgh Penguins. These Read more…

The Past Members Of The Carolina Hurricanes

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After nearly three decades of calling the Eastern Seaboard home, the Hartford Whalers franchise moved to Carolina and became known as the Hurricanes in 1997. In the 15 seasons since, many great players have suited up in the red and white. Here are a few in no particular order.

Eric Staal may be the single greatest natural scorer in the short history of the Carolina franchise, and his no-nonsense approach and fierce intensity translated to all of those who played around him near the middle of the millennium’s first decade.

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The Latest News About The Carolina Hurricanes

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The Carolina Hurricanes are in a world of trouble right now. They have just lost Cam Ward, their veteran goaltender who led them to their only Stanley Cup championship in 2006. Without Ward to lead the way, the Hurricanes have to rely on other players to pick up the slack. One of those players is Eric Staal. Staal can be one of the best players in the league when he is playing at his best. He’s a capable goal scorer Read more…

Recent Scores Of The Carolina Hurricane’s Matches

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The Carolina Hurricanes have had mixed results this season. Read on to learn the scores of some of their most recent matches.

On Thursday, March 14, the Hurricanes lost to the Washington Capitals. The final score was 3 to 2.

Two days earlier, on March 13, the Hurricanes beat the Capitals with a final score of 4 to zero.

On Saturday, March 9, the Hurricanes played the Devils. The Devils scored 3 points, but it was not enough to beat the Hurricanes, who won with 6 points.

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History Of The NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes

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The Carolina Hurricanes franchise started in the NHL as the Hartford Whalers in 1979. The team would not have much success in Hartford, only winning the division four times, and would eventually move to North Carolina in 1997. The Carolina Hurricanes have bettered nearly every accomplishment of the Whalers in their short time in North Carolina. The Carolina Hurricanes would struggle on the ice and to draw fans in their first two seasons in North Carolina. The franchise would win their first division title as the Hurricanes in just their third season in Carolina. The Hurricanes would once again the division in 2002, but this time they would be able to advance all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals where they would lose to the Detroit Red Wings in five games. The most successful season in Carolina Hurricanes franchise history came in 2006. The team would win their division and finish second in the Eastern Conference. The Hurricanes would have no problem advancing to the Stanley Cup Finals once again in 2006, but the team was able to take home the cup this time by defeating the Edmonton Oilers in seven games. While the Stanley Cup victory was surely a high note for the franchise, webpage, the Carolina Hurricanes have struggled since then. The team has only been able to make the playoffs one time in six seasons since winning the Stanley Cup.