The Carolina Hurricanes had the Winnipeg Jets in town the day after Thanksgiving for a Southeast Division matchup. The Canes have 4 of the next 5 games at home and need to win all as they’re against Eastern Conference teams.
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The Carolina Hurricanes hosted the Toronto Maple Leafs for a Sunday afternoon game on Nov. 20, 2011 for a must-win game for the Canes after going scoreless in the last 135 minutes.
Buffalo fans are…let’s say…a special breed. Confession: my college roommate, great guy – and very smart, except he’s a Sabres fan. I try to not hold it against him.
The Hurricanes hosted the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday in a rematch of their 5-1 shellacking in Philly back on Oct. 29, 2011. Once again, the Flyers prevailed, this time by a score of 5-3.
After losing the past 4 games, the Canes beat The Penguins 5-3 in an exciting game Saturday Nov 12 at the RBC Center.
Coach Paul Maurice said after the loss to Washington Friday night, he wanted 60 minutes of high energy and emotion on the ice as well as the bench.
Ever look into the cost of a game at the Verizon Center? If so, you could upgrade to Club Level at the RBC Center and still buy beer for your group.
Where the Hurricanes failed on opening night, they succeeded on Nov. 2 with a commanding 4-2 victory over Tampa Bay with two goals from both Jeff Skinner and Chad LaRose.
After playing a great game 24 hours earlier, the Canes blew it in the third period giving up 4 goals, after starting the period 1-1, eventually losing by a score of 5-1.
Story by Bob Fennel. File photo by Hal Goodtree. Cary-lina, NC – If you missed this game, you missed a great one. The Canes hosted the Chicago Blackhawks in their only meeting this season on Friday October 28th. The Blackhawks came into the game leading the Central Division with a 5-1-2 record but fell to 5-2-2 […]