Since arriving in Edmonton, Ken Holland has acquired a rather large group of players who played for him in Detroit or for Dave Tippett in Dallas and Phoenix. Is OEL next?
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 16 Sep
According to CapFriendly.com, the Hurricanes have roughly $73.7 million committed to their roster for next season, which leaves about $7.8 million remaining to spend.
by: Jason Gregor — The Nation Network: Oilers Nation 14 Sep
Puck possession has become more of a focus in the NHL over the past few seasons, and I don’t see that trend changing. A well placed chip-and-chase, or even a dump-and-chase, can also be effec…
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 14 Sep
Are There Any More Bjugstad's Out There? I digress. Bjugstad, who two seasons ago was a near 50 point player, has struggled since due to a series of injuries and surgeries.
by: Steve Paulus — Fansided: Blue Line Station 12 Sep
The New York Rangers are facing a potential salary cap issue that will affect their future contracts It doesn't take an MBA to figure out the NHL salary ca...
by: Matt Karash — Canes and Coffee 8 Sep
Lucas Wallmark was included in the Vincent Trocheck trade. Spencer Smallman, Steven Lorentz and newly-signed David Cotton are still in the mix. Go Canes!
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: Alec_Sawyer — SB Nation: Canes Country 1 Sep
The Carolina Hurricanes have three main internal free agents among the forwards and goaltenders, headlined by Warren Foegele and veteran Justin Williams.
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.