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Will They Stay or Will They Go?

After a crazy season that has seen Vegas break pretty much every inaugural season record, some pretty big trades, and a major shake-up in the standings, things aren’t about to slow down. 894 more words

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Hurricanes: Carolina's in the Market for Goaltenders, Etc.

The Carolina Hurricanes have their work cut out for them, but general manager Don Waddell is more than ready to make moves.

Waddell confirmed some of his club’s issues on NHL Network Sirius XM radio Wednesday and one concern seemed to bounce to the top of the list: goaltending. 377 more words

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Off-Season Targets: Derek Ryan

One of the holes that the Edmonton Oilers will need to address this summer is that of fourth line center. The role could be filled be an internal option like Jujhar Khaira, but there is a real case to be made that Khaira is better off on the left wing. 839 more words

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Phantoms Top Checkers After 5 OTs In AHL's Longest Game Ever

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – This one kept going. And going. And going. And going. And going — straight into the American Hockey League record books. 239 more words

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Hurricanes: Rod Brind'Amour Hired as Head Coach

The Carolina Hurricanes have named Rod Brind’Amour as their new head coach. The team made the announcement Tuesday.

The Hurricanes also named Don Waddell as president and general manager. 252 more words

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Familiar Face to Coach Hurricanes

Well, the Hurricanes have a new head coach,  in Stanley Cup Champion Rod Brind’Amour.

Brind’Amour will be Carolina’s fourteenth head coach.

In 2006, Brind’Amour was the captain of the Stanley Cup winning Carolina Hurricanes. 41 more words

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May 6: The Hartford Whalers Leave CT to become the Carolina Hurricanes


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May 6, 1997 marks a day that will live in infamy in the eyes of Connecticut sports fans.  On that day, Peter Karmanos, owner of the Hartford Whalers, announced that he was moving the NHL team to North Carolina and renaming them the Carolina Hurricanes.  414 more words