A look at the Hurricanes underlying numbers through 24 games.
It was the Bettman of Times, It was the Worst of Times Doug Abrams December 18, 2012 It's a tale of negotiations gone wrong. Imagine two blood enemies embroiled in a negotiation over how a...
What can the Hurricanes expect from Jiri Tlusty this year after the tweaking they did with their top-six?
The Canes have undergone many changes this off-season and both of their special teams units could see the most impact.
The Hurricanes have re-signed Jerome Samson to a one year deal, but what are the chances of him making it in the NHL full-time next season?
Carolina went through many different lines this year. Canes Country looks at who were the best and the worst.
Carolina gave up a lot to get Jordan Staal, but there is a good chance that they won't regret this trade when all is said and done.
Every goaltender has to prepare to take on a big workload but for Cam Ward, it's usually bigger than normal.
Canes Country looks at Goals Versus Salary values to determine which players were giving the Hurricanes the most bang for their buck.
Who had the most value for the Hurricanes this season and which ones outperformed their expectations?
Context is something that all sports statisticians look to achieve but have yet to find a perfect method for doing so. Hockey stats in particular are tough to judge based on raw data alone. There...
One bright spot for the Carolina Hurricanes this season has been the emergence of rookie defenseman Justin Faulk. At only 19 years of age, Faulk played top-four minutes on the Hurricanes defense...
One area of hockey that is growing is the development of more in-depth statistical analysis and how widely these stats are being used by bloggers, media members and certain team's front offices....
Over the past two years, the Canes have used their partnership with the Checkers to substantially grow the game in North Carolina and increase interest in hockey statewide. Part 2 of a 3-part series looks at the relationship from Carolina's perspective.
Take a look at the four-division proposal they'll be voting on this week at the Winter Meetings. And then vote in the poll.