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: 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: Michelle Tully — Pacific Northwest Sports 15 Sep
Part four of our series about players with local ties who could come “home” to the Seattle Kraken continues with Tri-City americans alumni.
by: Ryan Henkel — SB Nation: Canes Country 5 Sep
The Carolina Hurricanes will need more players to step up their games if they want to reach that next level and luckily there are a few that may be poised to do just that.
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: Chip Alexander — The News & Observer 22 Aug
From ‘The Svech” and David Ayres in net to Dougie Hamilton and Brett Pesce going down, the Canes packed a lot into the 2019-20 season.
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...
Live Coverage: Bruins vs. Hurricanes (Game 5), 4 p.m. – Pastrnak could return as B’s look to close out series
by: Conor Ryan — Boston Sports Journal 19 Aug
The Bruins will look to close out their first-round matchup against the Hurricanes with Game 5 on Wednesday up in Toronto. Puck drop is set for 4:00 p.m. F
by: Logan Mullen — NESN 19 Aug
The Bruins can win the series Wednesday in Toronto, but plenty of lineup questions remain for both the B's and Hurricanes.
by: Lauren Campbell — NESN 17 Aug
The Bruins look to take a pivotal 3-1 series lead in Game 4 agains the Hurricanes on Monday night. Boston…