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RALEIGH, N.C. - The Carolina Hurricanes say captain Eric Staal has had surgery to repair a core muscle injury and should be ready for training camp. General manager Ron Francis said the surgery was performed Tuesday by a doctor in Philadelphi...Upvote Share Tweet
Carolina Hurricanes captain Eric Staal has surgery to repair core muscle injuryUpvote Share Tweet
Who’s going to win the turtle race for 30th – and gain a franchise player?thehockeynews.com Jul 23 (6 days ago)If Connor McDavid, Jack Eichel and Noah Hanifin are the top three amigos for the 2015 NHL draft, the Buffalo Sabres, Carolina Hurricanes and Calgary Flames are their top three suitors. Yesterday, my esteemed boss Jason Kay wrote a blog wondering if the …Upvote Share Tweet
Rumor Roundup: Could Marc Staal join his brothers with the Hurricanes?thehockeynews.com Jul 23 (6 days ago)The New York Post’s Larry Brooks believes the Rangers should get busy re-signing defenseman Marc Staal. The 27-year-old blueliner is eligible for unrestricted free agency next summer. His cap hit for this season is $3.98 million. Barring another concuss…Upvote Share Tweet
Prospect Watch: Early summer NCAA commitmentsthehockeynews.com Jul 16Commitments tend to slow down a bit in the late spring and early summer, so I’ve put together a batch of pledges from recent months for another roundup of NCAA news. As per usual, these commitments were culled from College Hockey Inc. and the excellent …Upvote Share Tweet
The NHL’s weakest division? Um, “congratulations”, Metrothehockeynews.com Jul 15When the NHL made its most recent realignment, last season, it reemphasized the importance of divisional play by also restructuring its playoff format. The wild card element throws a bit of a wrench into it from year-to-year, but for the most part, team…Upvote Share Tweet
NHL logo rankings No. 29: Colorado Avalanchethehockeynews.com Jul 15We’re on Day 2 of our NHL logo rankings, which brings us to No. 29, the Colorado Avalanche. There was some debate among the seven THN staffers involved on this one – much more than the Carolina Hurricanes, who were almost unanimously ranked last. For so…Upvote Share Tweet
Hurricanes agree to terms with forward ShuggNHL.com Jul 14Right wing Justin Shugg agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract with the Carolina Hurricanes, the team announced Monday. Shugg will make $600,000 in the NHL or $70,000 in the American Hockey League this season. Shugg, 22, completed his ...Upvote Share TweetThe Carolina Hurricanes logo is the first one to get rolled out in our 2014 summer logo rankings – unfortunately for them, we’re counting down from worst to first. Yes, the Hurricanes have a terrible logo, one that was almost unanimously voted No. 30 by…Upvote Share TweetNHL.com Jul 4The Carolina Hurricanes signed forward Ben Holmstrom to a one-year, two-way contract, the team announced Friday. Holmstrom will make $600,000 if he's on the NHL roster or $200,000 in the American Hockey League. The 27-year-old has seven games o...Upvote Share Tweet
Early candidates to “win” the Connor McDavid sweepstakesthehockeynews.com Jul 4All the big free agents are off the board and the trade dominoes have fallen. While some players still need homes for next season, the difference-makers are gone: Ryan Kesler, Jason Spezza and Matt Niskanen among them. Will a David Legwand or Dany Heatl…Upvote Share TweetThe Carolina Hurricanes are bringing back Tim Gleason.Upvote Share TweetThe Carolina Hurricanes on Wednesday agreed to terms on a one-year, $1 million contract with free agent center Jay McClement. McClement, 31, had four goals and 10 points in 81 games for the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2013-14, his ninth NHL season a...Upvote Share Tweet
Hurricanes re-sign wing Tlusty, add goalie MacIntyreNHL.com Jul 2Forward Jiri Tlusty signed a one-year, $2.95 million contract Tuesday to remain with the Carolina Hurricanes, who also signed goaltender Drew MacIntyre to a one-year, two-way contract and forward Brendan Malone to a two-year deal. Tlusty, 26, h...Upvote Share TweetYou’d hope by now it wouldn’t need to be said that the real winners of the NHL’s annual first day of free agency are at least as often as not the teams that don’t throw lavish contracts at every flavor of the summer. Today’s impulse buy can become tomor…Upvote Share TweetThe Carolina Hurricanes opened the NHL's free-agent period Tuesday by adding one forward, keeping another one and bringing on an upper-level executive.Upvote Share TweetHurricanes sign C Brad Malone to 2-year deal; Malhotra, Peters headed to Montreal, WashingtonUpvote Share TweetCapitals sign ex-Penguins defenceman Orpik, ex-Hurricanes goalie Peters as free agency opensUpvote Share Tweet
Richards Leads Rangers Past HurricanesApr 8Brad Richards scored twice in the Rangers' 4-1 win over the Hurricanes.
Hurricanes Blow By StarsApr 3John-Michael Liles had a goal and two assists in the Hurricanes' 4-1 win over the Stars.
Blackhawks Edge HurricanesMar 21Jonathan Toews' third-period goal lifted the Blackhawks past the Hurricanes 3-2.
Inside The NHL: Top 3 GoalsMar 19Steve Levy and Barry Melrose count down the top three goals of the week from across the NHL.
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Panthers Report: Cam Newton Might Really Have to be SupermanJul 29Grant Halverson/Getty Images On Monday I was in Spartanburg, S.C., for the fourth practice of the Panthers’ 20th season on the campus of Wofford College, the alma mater of owner Jerry Richardson. Minus first-round receiver Kelvin Benjamin, who was back …
Chris Wallace hired as general manager of Memphis GrizzliesJul 29The Memphis Grizzlies announced Tuesday that Chris Wallace has been reinstalled as the team's full-time general manager.