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Grading The 2015-16 Canes - The Forwards

After going to my cubicle in the Section 328 World Headquarters and finding Michelle McMahon using my phone and the nameplate changed to “VISITOR”, I realized maybe it has been a while since I’ve written anything for the site, and it’s time to get off my ass and start writing about the Canes again. 2,263 more words

Puck Talk

Cheaters Never Win Podcast- Michelle McMahon Edition

On this weeks #CheatersNeverWin, Michelle McMahon joins us in studio for all the stick and puck talk you can handle. Mike Maniscalco calls in as well to discuss the playoffs and Cam Ward. 62 more words

Carolina Hurricanes

Numbers for Next Year

This season was much needed. From the seemingly never-ending string of talented young hockey players who have made an immediate impact on this season, to the stellar seasons many of our newly drafted prospects have enjoyed, this season has been a breath of fresh air for many Carolina hockey fans. 1,138 more words

Carolina Hurricanes

Staals vs. Staal: NYR vs. Hurricanes Preview

Every NHL game is becoming more meaningful and intense due to the aim of appearing in the playoffs. Two of these teams still fighting for a… 322 more words

Professional Sports

Staalkward, guess who's moving to New York

“Brothers Stealing Brothers is not cool” – Jordan Staal, on Trade rumors of Eric to New York with brother Marc

Today (February 28th), Eric Staal was traded to the New York Rangers from the Carolina Hurricanes about an hour before the Canes’ game against St. 281 more words

NHL

Hurricanes Blow Out Sharks 5-2

By Mary Walsh

AP photo Carolina Hurricanes John Michael Liles (26) pass puck by the San Jose Sharks Melker Karlsson (68) in the first period of Friday’s game… 1,085 more words

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Ottawa Senators' victory keeps faint playoff hopes alive

Ottawa Senators coach Dave Cameron loves his references to baseball.

So, here’s another one.

It was a Cody Ceci knuckleball, a shot from inside the blueline which deflected off Eric Staal’s stick and fluttered past Carolina Hurricanes goaltender Eddie Lack, which served as the winner in the Senators 4-2 victory Thursday. 720 more words

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