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Cam Ward hoping to sign extension with Hurricanes: 'Nowhere else I want to be'

Cam Ward wants to stay with the only NHL team he’s ever played for.

One of only two remaining players from the 2006 Stanley Cup championship – along with captain Eric Staal – the Carolina Hurricanes goaltender is entering the final year of his contract and doesn’t appear to have a desire to see what life is like elsewhere around the league. 304 more words

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Elias Lindholm Extended

The Carolina Hurricanes signed forward Elias Lindholm to a two year extension earlier today. The details of the extension break down to $5.4 million total, with a annual cap hit of $2.7 million. 263 more words

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Lindholm signs two-year extension with Hurricanes

The Carolina Hurricanes announced that they have inked Elias Lindholm to a contract extension that could prove to be a bargain.

Lindholm received a two-year extension that will come with a $2.7 million annual cap hit. 185 more words

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PHT Morning Skate: Hockey fans celebrate National Dog Day

PHT’s Morning Skate takes a look around the world of hockey to see what’s happening and what we’ll be talking about around the NHL world and beyond. 420 more words

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Hurricanes GM denies ownership uncertainty holding up talks with Eric Staal, Cam Ward

The forecast in Carolina appears to be cloudy as the 2015-16 regular season approaches.

The Hurricanes’ two highest paid players – captain Eric Staal and goaltender Cam Ward – are entering the final years of their current contracts, while owner Peter Karmanos continues to entertain offers with a view to selling the team. 285 more words

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Carolina Hurricanes: Time to buy low?

The Carolina Hurricanes were another team with a dreadful season last year. For fantasy reasons they were especially bad. It’s yet another team where you have to think they can only go up from here. 284 more words