Aside from the magical run by Anton Khudobin to vault the Hurricanes to 17th in league wide team save% in 2013-14, the Canes have been in the bottom-5 in 4 of the last 5 seasons in that category, ranking 27th 3 times, and a dismal 29th in 2015-16. Because of
May 26, 2009. 2,840 days ago. That's the last time the Carolina Hurricanes and their fans participated in a playoff game. And, barring a miraculous Andrew Hammond-esque run, the drought will continue into 2018. With the Canes sitting dead last in the East, the focus once again shifts to "next season",
When the Hurricanes drafted Haydn Fleury 7th overall in 2014 fans, media and the team immediately lauded him as the future of the Hurricanes defense. Brett Pesce and Jaccob Slavin were college hockey players, Noah Hanifin and Jake Bean were undrafted, Ryan Murphy was still a highly regarded prospect and
Sad. That's the feeling that most people get when they realize that summer is coming to an end. Me? I'm different. Because the game I love becomes an aftertaught during the warm summer months. I love winter. I love snow. I don't love, but I embrace the cold. I love
Now that the 2016 NHL Draft has come and gone, Hurricanes fans can be done stressing and guessing the players the team was going to draft. Those answers became reality on Friday night, when the Canes held 2 selections in the first round in Buffalo, pick No. 13 and 21.
With the NHL draft just around the corner, people within all hockey circles and fanbases are itching to find out who their teams will draft. People always tend to focus on the highly touted, top level prospects who may be on route to their respective teams. But, like a lot
Ron Francis has been busy as ever for the Hurricanes the last two days. After pulling off a robbery yesterday at the expense of the cap-tight Chicago Blackhawks, today Francis went about in-house business, resigning soon-to-be UFAs Derek Ryan and Cam Ward to short deals, keeping them in the Canes