Here are a few Hurricanes related items that might be of interest:
First up is an article from the Shutdown Line regarding Zac Dalpe and ice time.
Zac Dalpe in the top-six | Statistical Analysis
Does Dalpe need more ice time to be successful?
Peter from the Raleigh Examiner has a recent article about Keven Weekes being a mentor for young black hockey players.
From Willie O’Ree to Kevin Weekes – hockey pays it forward in Carolina - Raleigh Carolina Hurricanes | Examiner.com
Former Boston Bruin Willie O'Ree's legacy of becoming the first black hockey player in the National Hockey League (NHL) reaches it’s 54-year milestone.
Next is a story by Kurt on Hurricanes Beat looking at the Poni trade as well Tuomo Ruutu's take about his near future
Next Day's Notes: Hurricanes-Islanders - HurricanesBeat.com
Ruutu still a Cane, Poni era ends in Carolina by Kurt Dusterberg
Canes' writers Michael Smith writes about the recent exchange of prospects with Florida.
The Right Trade at the Right Time - Carolina Hurricanes - Tracking the Storm
Evgenii Dadonov, knowing his days in Florida were numbered, sought a new home. The Hurricanes were glad to welcome him in.
Former SBN writer Jonathan Willis gives his take of the Poni trade, as it relates to potential trade deadline deals.
Setting the Rental Market? New Jersey Adds Alexei Ponikarovsky From Carolina | Edmonton Journal
We're closing in on the heady days of the NHL trade deadline, and last night we saw what might be considered the first rental trade of the deadline period.
Finally, if you can not make it to the game on Monday night, you may want to join other fans for a Labatt Blue Hockey Night event at Briar Creek's Carolina Ale House.