Todays Daily Cup of Joe.is not about goalies!!! I know youre excited. Instead todays offering is a collection of random Canes notes. And these past couple years are not anomalies.
by: Ryan Henkel — SB Nation: Canes Country 19 Sep
A deep dive analysis into the Carolina Hurricanes’ power play for the 2019-20 season and looking at why it may have come up short in the playoffs.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 17 Sep
So today's article will focus on who the Hurricanes could move to clear cap space for an upgrade.
by: Matt Cosman — The Hockey Writers 16 Sep
The Carolina Hurricanes need to add a second-line winger to be a more well-rounded team. Here are five players they should target.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 16 Sep
Representing theRangers, I selected Alexis Lafreniere, which had an 88% approval rate out of 357 responses. Below are the voting polls, please weigh in with your view.
by: Jason Gregor — The Nation Network: Oilers Nation 15 Sep
The 2020 NHL draft is three weeks from today. There will be the usual hype and excitement, as 217 players will hear their name called. It will be a thrill for them and their families, and maybe a b…
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: Matt Karash — Canes and Coffee 14 Sep
Unlike in years past, the Hurricanes seem to get more than their fair share of turns these days. So the contract and trade situation for Andersen are not overly favorable.
by: Helene St. James, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 12 Sep
So far only two first-round picks from the last decade have boosted the Detroit Red Wings' rebuild
by: Greg Boysen — The Hockey Writers 11 Sep
The NCAA season has been officially delayed. Plus, two members of the 2018 NHL draft class have big days overseas.