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Report: Big meeting coming regarding Eric Staal's future in Carolina

Eric Staal has said – repeatedly – that he would prefer to stay with the Carolina Hurricanes. ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun reports that an upcoming meeting between his agent Rick Curran and GM Ron Francis may determine the course of his (and really, the franchise’s) future. 266 more words

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Cheaters Never Win Podcast- Exit Interview Edition

Whether your taste is Green Day or Don Meredith, we sing a song to mercifully bid this season adieu. We dive head first into some exit interview discussion, talk a bit about some surprises, and give credit where credit is due. 40 more words

Carolina Hurricanes

Cheaters Never Win Podcast- Not Again Edition

Does it feel like we’ve been here before; Six consecutive home losses, Penguins prepared to invade PNC, and fans not happy about visiting fan? Well, we discuss all this and more on this weeks episode. 50 more words

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Blackhawks Game Notes For Monday @ Carolina

* Chicago’s 5-2 victory over the Hurricanes on March 2 was the Blackhawks’ third consecutive win in the series. However, the Hurricanes are 6-0-1-1 since 1998-99 when facing Chicago on home ice. 177 more words

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Daily fantasy hockey: Tyler Seguin, Jamie Benn will Star

Four of the five worst teams in the league are in action Monday. The Dallas Stars and Minnesota Wild are playing well and have exploitable matchups against the Buffalo Sabres and Toronto Maple Leafs, respectively. 547 more words

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Game Within the Game: 'Canes Staal and De La Rose share some qualities

Jordan Staal wants to suffocate Jacob De La Rose, inch him toward the Bell Centre boards with one hand while blocking the forward’s passing lane with his stick. 916 more words

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Ron Francis intends to rebuild Hurricanes around Staal brothers

By: Ian McLaren

The Carolina Hurricanes are prepared to live with some Staals along the path of rebuilding a winner.

General manager Ron Francis, who managed to flip defenseman Andrej Sekera for a first-round pick and a prospect on Wednesday, indicated to Pierre LeBrun of ESPN that he’s prepared to keep brothers Eric and Jordan Staal in the mix, even in the midst of an intentional youth movement. 185 more words

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