The Carolina Hurricanes endured a rough campaign in 2014-15 and their biggest overall issues surrounded their offense. Now going into his second season as head coach, Bill Peters hopes to address that. 203 more words
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When you look at some rebuilding teams you can tell what phase of the rebuild they’re in. Edmonton is in the last phase ready to take that next step (Even though we’ve been saying that for the last four or five years), The same could probably be said for Buffalo with a stockpile of high end prospects it won’t be long before they take off. 1,041 more words
As nice as it would be, you can’t hit the “snooze” button forever.
Even after making Ron Francis their GM, the Carolina Hurricanes basically replicated the same tired results: a mix of disappointing play and injury-fueled “What if?” questions ultimately resulting in a failed playoff bid. 268 more words
Heading into their second season under head coach Bill Peters one of the biggest questions surrounding the Carolina Hurricanes is where the goals will come from. 455 more words
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
Edmonton Oilers could do worse than to imitate Pittsburgh with regard to McDavid, Nugent-Hopkins and Draisaitl
The Edmonton Oilers are in the unique position of having three young centres, all of whom were high draft picks over the last few years. This is a relative rarity for an NHL team, but there are some precedents which shine a light on how things may develop moving forward. 856 more words