The salary cap likely staying flat at $81.5 million for at least two more offseasons is not necessarily a reason for the Hurricanes to panic.
by: Conor Power — Fansided: Cardiac Cane 9 Sep
Carolina Hurricanes Legend Justin Williams may have played his last game. With the Carolina Hurricanes eliminated from the post-season, there's rumors of i...
by: Chip Alexander — The News & Observer 4 Sep
The Pandemic and social unrest in the U.S. have resulted in personal introspection for Hurricanes’ Sebastian Aho while he continues to grow as a player.
by: Matt Karash — Canes and Coffee 3 Sep
In the span of a couple days, the Canes have been linked first to Frederik Andersen and then to Patrik Laine. And Skjei makes a pretty good blue line even deeper. Go Canes!
by: Stephen Dohner — The Hockey Writers 2 Sep
With some unlikely teams in the lottery, Anaheim could have an opportunity to acquire a 2nd top-15 pick and speed up their rebuild.
by: Matt Karash — Canes and Coffee 31 Aug
Put me firmly in the camp that supports the NHL taking a pause with other professional sports leagues. That gives the Hurricanes some potential budget specifically for 2020-21.
by: Matt Karash — Canes and Coffee 26 Aug
I kicked off this week with an article entitled, Two Canes assertions. But in total, even in the playoffs, the Hurricanes goaltending was not a problem. Certainly. Go Canes!
by: Matt Karash — Canes and Coffee 24 Aug
Last week I went a couple rounds deep looking at the just-completed playoff series against the Boston Bruins. Vincent Trocheck was added as a catalyst for another scoring line.
by: Luke DeCock — The News & Observer 21 Aug
For the second year in a row, the rough-and-tumble Bruins asked questions the Hurricanes couldn’t or wouldn’t answer.
by: Johnathan Campbell — Fansided: Cardiac Cane 21 Aug
The Carolina Hurricanes are looking for answers after elimination. As the Carolina Hurricanes look to next season, the lack of offense in the series agains...
by: Evan Marinofsky — CLNS Media Network: CLNS 20 Aug
The Boston Bruins took down the Carolina Hurricanes in five games. A huge reason why was Charlie McAvoy's reliable, consistent play on defense.