Canes' Eric Staal, Cam Ward not immune from trading block

It’s hard to imagine the Carolina Hurricanes without Eric Staal or Cam Ward. They starred on the Canes’ 2006 Stanley Cup team. They’ve become fixtures with the franchise. Staal has been the team captain since January 2010. But the Hurricanes now have missed the Stanley Cup playoffs five straight years, and change is on the way. What once was unthinkable – the possibility...
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Hurricanes enter offseason of uncertainty

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) The Carolina Hurricanes have entered perhaps their most uncertain offseason since they moved to North Carolina.
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Patrick Brown, Former BC Captain, Agrees To Terms With Hurricanes

Another Boston College hockey player has linked up with a NHL team. Senior center Patrick Brown, who wore the “C” for the Eagles this season, agreed to terms over the weekend on a two-year, entry-level contract with the Carolina Hurricanes. “Patrick showed tremendous leadership and character while serving as Boston College’s captain this season,” Hurricanes vice president...
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Looking ahead to the offseason

The Hurricanes wrapped up their 2013-14 season yesterday afternoon with a 6-5 matinee win over the Philadelphia Flyers (the Canes actually won in a shootout? Shocking.) Once again Carolina will be on the outside looking in when talking about the playoffs, and that makes it five straight years without a playoff appearance for Carolina. The Canes finished this season with a 36-35...
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Hurricanes' Semin to have wrist surgery

Alexander Semin soon will have surgery on his wrist, Carolina Hurricanes general manager Jim Rutherford told the Raleigh News and Observer on Monday. Semin played three of the Hurricanes' seven games in April and sat out the final two. In his second season with the team he had 22 goals and 42 points in 65 games. He was held without a goal or a point in his final six games.
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Hurricanes get 6-5 shootout win over Flyers to end the season

That the Carolina Hurricanes won Sunday in their last game of the season wasn't that meaningful. The Hurricanes aren't going to the playoffs and nothing can ease that disappointment. Jeff Skinner and Eric Staal each scored a pair of goals for the Hurricanes, and Staal's shootout goal beat the Philadelphia Flyers 6-5 at the Wells Fargo Center. Skinner's power-play...
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Game 81 By the Numbers: Hurricanes at Red Wings

The Hurricanes have been playing some very bad hockey for the better part of the last couple months and despite the result, last night’s 2-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings was another poorly played game. There’s nothing shameful about getting outshot against a playoff team like Detroit and this is usually the case in the second half of a back-to-back regardless of the opponent...
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Hurricanes edge Red Wings 2-1

DETROIT (AP) -- Cam Ward had 28 saves, and the Carolina Hurricanes ended a quarter-century of regular-season futility in Detroit, beating the Red Wings 2-1 on Friday night. The Hurricanes hadn't won a regular-season game at Detroit since Nov. 14, 1989, when they were still the Hartford Whalers. They did win Game 1 of the 2002 Stanley Cup finals at Detroit, but that was their...
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When A Plan Doesn’t Come Together: An Overview

It’s not easy to sum up the problems with the Carolina Hurricanes because there has been just so much that has gone wrong in a short amount of time. Everyone likes to point out one person as the “root” of the problem and assume everything will be fine that piece is removed, but it doesn’t work like that. There’s a lot that goes into building a team and sometimes things...
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Hurricanes end home slate with loss

RALEIGH, N.C. -- The loneliest vuvuzela this side of 2010 was still there in PNC Arena on Thursday night, bleating out a few hopeful notes as the final home game of the season got going. Three sharp blasts on it by its owner prefaced the "€œLet'€™s Go '€˜Canes!" chant. Those started out energetically enough, and why not? A minute and two seconds into the...
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Is Ron Francis a good replacement for Jim Rutherford as GM?

It sounds like #10 will be the next Hurricanes GM
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Guy at NY Rangers game uses phone to find out how many periods games last (pic)

Impatient fan at tonight's Rangers game. — Ben Reiter (@SI_BenReiter) April 9, 2014 A man in attendance at the New York Rangers-Carolina Hurricanes tilt at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night utilized his cell phone at some point during the game to figure out just how many periods are in a hockey game. Clearly […] The post Guy at NY Rangers game...
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Justin Faulk: Building Block or Centerpiece?

“Rebuilding” in sports is usually a long, painful process and the Hurricanes have seemingly been stuck in one for the last four years or so.  It wasn’t planned for it to end up like this, but the reality is that the Hurricanes have finished out of the playoffs in seven of the last eight seasons and there have been indications of changes being ahead this off-season. Most of...
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Hurricanes slim playoff hopes fade with loss

RALEIGH, N.C. -- As the final seconds ticked down and the New Jersey Devils (34-28-16) scored an empty-net goal to seal a 3-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes (34-33-11), whatever hope was left of the season finishing on a positive note seemed to go with it, too. The Hurricanes' playoff hopes were already around one percent or less mathematically entering the game and obviously...
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Khudobin carries 'Canes to easy home win over Stars

RALEIGH, N.C. -- It's probably not fair to call Carolina Hurricanes goalie Anton Khudobin a backup. He's anything but that. At times, Khudobin has been more popular than mainstay Cam Ward among the fan base, but it's not unlike a backup quarterback at times -- always the most popular option when the main one is struggling. However, Khudobin -- who was given a contract...
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