State of the Canes; how the team looks one month into the season

We are a little over one month into the season, and after 19 games, the state of the Hurricanes remains unclear. One night they play to their potential and look like a bonafide contender, and, on another, their offense looks bare and the powerplay sucks the life out of the team. Taking a look atContinue reading “State of the Canes; how the team looks one month into the season”

Five Predictions for the 2022-23 Carolina Hurricanes Season

Via The Carolina Hurricanes are celebrating their 25th season in North Carolina and it is shaping up to be a special one. Although a disappointing end, last season saw the team set franchise records in both wins and points in the standings. After an incredibly exciting offseason that saw the Hurricanes acquire both BrentContinue reading “Five Predictions for the 2022-23 Carolina Hurricanes Season”

Hurricanes 25th Anniversary Team: Left Wingers

Via This season the Carolina Hurricanes will be celebrating their 25th anniversary of being in North Carolina. The team has had a very up and down history to say the least, but through that time, they’ve had some spectacular players come through the organization. In this series, we’ll be looking at the best playersContinue reading “Hurricanes 25th Anniversary Team: Left Wingers”

Hurricanes sign Derek Stepan

Via The Carolina Hurricanes have officially signed veteran forward Derek Stepan. Stepan attended this year’s training camp on a professional tryout. Stepan spent the 2021-22 season with the Canes, netting nine goals and 10 assists in 58 games on the fourth line. Stepan had an impressive training camp and preseason, with four points inContinue reading “Hurricanes sign Derek Stepan”

Looking at the Hurricanes’ 2C Options

Via Second-line center is an incredibly important position and one that the Canes have to fill after Vincent Trocheck left the team in free agency. As it stands, the 2C position is the only real weak point in the forward group currently, which is a testament to the team’s depth at forward. Despite thisContinue reading “Looking at the Hurricanes’ 2C Options”

Which Forwards Will Make the Canes Roster?

Via Talk about depth. The Carolina Hurricanes will have to make some very hard decisions, very soon. As it stands now, it looks like the top-nine is set in stone, with one of Ondrej Kase or Paul Stastny being on the fourth line. That leaves about two spots left, and a multitude of playersContinue reading “Which Forwards Will Make the Canes Roster?”

Hurricanes Announce 2022-23 Training Camp Roster

Via The Carolina Hurricanes released their 2022-23 training camp today. The roster is comprised of 47 skaters and six goaltenders. The full roster can be found here. Although the roster isn’t full of too many surprises, there are still a few very important things to note. The most interesting being that Hurricanes defenseman JakeContinue reading “Hurricanes Announce 2022-23 Training Camp Roster”

Canes Sign Paul Stastny

Via The Carolina Hurricanes have signed former Winnipeg Jets center, Paul Stastny to a one-year deal worth $1.5 million. Stastny is coming off a season where he recorded 45 points in 71 games with the Jets. The 36 year old is coming into his 17th NHL season with a very strong chance to finallyContinue reading “Canes Sign Paul Stastny”

What the Max Pacioretty Injury Means for the Hurricanes

Via Jeff Bottari, NHL via Getty Images It was announced late yesterday night that Hurricanes forward Max Pacioretty will have surgery to repair a torn Achilles. The recovery time is expected to be six months. This is absolutely crushing news to the team, player, and fans who were excited to watch the dynamic winger suitContinue reading “What the Max Pacioretty Injury Means for the Hurricanes”

Hurricanes re-sign Martin Necas

via Getty Images The Carolina Hurricanes announced today that they have officially re-signed RFA forward Martin Necas. Martin Necas’ new 2-year deal with carry an average annual value (AAV) of $3 million dollars. During the 2021-22 season Necas recorded 14 goals and 26 assists for 40 points in 78 games played. Necas only recorded 5Continue reading “Hurricanes re-sign Martin Necas”