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A Look Inside the Metropolitan Division: Who Are the Emerging Young Stars Poised to Break Out in 2017-18?

The NHL’s Metropolitan Division is loaded with star players.  From Sidney Crosby to Alex Ovechkin to Claude Giroux, the Metropolitan Division is not short on talented players. 449 more words


Summer Summeries: Carolina Hurricanes

Expansion Loss(es): Connor Brickley and a 5th round pick

Notable Additions: Justin Williams (free agency), Marcus Kruger (trade), Trevor van Riemsdyk, Scott Darling (trade)

Notable Losses (thus far): 499 more words

NHL 2017-18 Season Preview: Part 1

With just over seven weeks to go until the new season begins, this eight piece series will preview all 31 teams in the NHL. Part 1 will focus on four teams in the Metropolitan Division and their chances this campaign. 1,303 more words


2017-2018 Season Preview: Carolina Hurricanes

The Carolina Hurricanes haven’t qualified for the post-season in eight consecutive seasons and they’d clearly like to change that in 2017-2018. They took a step toward changing the tide by signing goalie Scott Darling to a four-year contract after acquiring him in a trade with Chicago. 661 more words


The Forgotten Finn: Aleksi Saarela

The infamous brand specialist and fast food connoisseur, Canes Ombudsmith, tweeted a provoking thought last Sunday which got me thinking.

the guy with 10 points n 9 ahl games last yr seems 2 b getting overlooked,

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2017 Women's Euro: Upsets Abound as the Semis Approach

picture by Mark 92 at Dutch Wikipedia

Tomorrow, August 3rd, the semifinals of the European Championship – more commonly referred to as the Euro – four European powerhouses will face off, with 2nd-ranked Germany facing off against 3rd-ranked France while 5th-ranked England battles the home side in the Netherlands…at least that was what the headline was supposed to read. 1,161 more words

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Hurricanes Sign Pesce to Six-Year Contract Extension

The Carolina Hurricanes have signed defenceman Brett Pesce to a six-year contract worth $24.15 million, the team announced Tuesday.

The 22-year-old is going into the final year of his entry level contract with the Hurricanes, which slates him to make $809,167. 243 more words