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It’s Carolina Hurricanes day at PHT

Throughout the month of August, PHT will be dedicating a day to all 30 NHL clubs. Today’s team? The Carolina Hurricanes.

Despite changing their head coach and general manager, the 2014-15 season was more of the same for the Carolina Hurricanes. 298 more words

Anaheim Ducks

Thirty in Thirty: Carolina Hurricanes

Season in Review

It’s never a good sign when a team starts the season by going 0-6-2. That’s right, the Hurricanes kicked 2014 off by getting just two of a possible 16 points in the standings, including losses to Buffalo and Edmonton. 478 more words


Can the Blue Jackets justify their big spending?

Much of the narrative surrounding the Columbus Blue Jackets revolves around what this team can do with even a reasonably clean bill of health. It overshadows a key question, though: can they live up to the hype? 323 more words

New York Rangers

Will Carolina fill defensive openings on UFA, trade markets?

The Carolina Hurricanes have just four defensemen signed with at least 100 games worth of NHL experience. That makes their blueline a major question mark going into training camp, but even as we near the end of July, there are still plenty of options out there for teams looking to bolster their defense. 224 more words

Buffalo Sabres

POLL: James Wisniewski Trade & Player Grade

By Phil Wunderlich

James Wisniewski is not only a great player, but a great man. Both of James’ grandfathers served in WWII and he also donates money to the United Services Organization (USO), which is a charity that donates money to families of fallen soldiers. 316 more words

Anaheim Ducks

Cheaters Never Win Podcast- Canes Development Camp Edition

We can’t help ourselves… we’re still basking in the glow of drafting Noah Hanifin and we’re not afraid to admit it. In this week’s episode, we talk 2015 draft, trades, and the start of Canes Development camp. 60 more words

Carolina Hurricanes

A Draft, Some Trades, and A Buyout Walk Into A Bar...

Hurricanes General Manager Ron Francis has been developing a reputation as a GM who doesn’t make his intentions well known to those outside the organization, instead “playing his cards close to his vest”. 1,708 more words

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