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Columnist: The improving 'Canes are TOTALLY blowing it

We mentioned last week that the Carolina Hurricanes, after a terrible start to the season, were beginning to play some pretty good hockey. And that’s continued in the time since, with two more wins in Ottawa and Toronto improving their record to 6-2-1 in January. 247 more words

Carolina Hurricanes

Brother Stands up for Brother

This title is a little bit of a joke after a past newspaper article I saw; it doesn’t sound correct. I really should write “A Guy Stands Up for His Brother”. 298 more words

Phaneuf takes on Staal brothers in Leafs loss

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In the Carolina Hurricanes (16-25-5) 4-1 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs (22-22-3) it might have been the Leafs versus the Hurricanes, but it turned into Dion Phaneuf versus the brothers Eric and Jordan Staal. 135 more words


Eric Staal fights Dion Phaneuf, then rips shot by him

Carolina Hurricanes captain Eric Staal stuck up for his brother Monday night and dropped the gloves with Dion Phaneuf after the Toronto Maple Leafs captain checked Jordan Staal hard. 105 more words


Video: Leafs, Canes captains spar; Staal rockets empty-netter towards Phaneuf

Carolina’s Eric Staal took exception to a hit Leafs defenseman Dion Phaneuf delivered to Eric’s younger brother, Jordan Staal in the third period of the Hurricanes’ 4-1 victory tonight… 175 more words

Toronto Maple Leafs

Canes vs. Avs 1/13 Recap: Another Damn Shootout

On a night where a threat of ice loomed, it was only appropriate that the Avalanche came to town. Despite the potential wintry weather not forecast to start until well after the game would be over, it was apparently enough to scare people away. 641 more words

Puck Talk

Video: Lindholm's shootout goal helps the Canes edge the Avs

Elias Lindholm showed off his sweet hands in the shootout helping the Carolina Hurricanes edge the Colorado Avalanche 3-2 Tuesday night.

Victor Rask also scored in the shootout while Matt Duchene and Nathan MacKinnon were stopped by Anton Khudobin. 66 more words

Colorado Avalanche