With so many new faces, the Hurricanes have some key roles to sort out ahead of opening night.
Updates on the Evander Kane situation, Scott Walker gets a promotion and the Jack Eichel saga continues
The Hurricanes got their first look at a plethora of new faces with the first on-ice day of training camp Thursday morning.
The Canes may have ridded themselves of Andrei Vasilevksiy, but they’ll still face plenty of talented netminders in the Metro.
The Metropolitan Division will have a bunch of new-look defensive depth charts in 2021-22.
A familiar face heads to Dallas, Eric Staal discusses his future and a big signing for the Minnesota Wild
The team’s first on-ice session will be Thursday at 9 a.m.
Taking a look at every center in the Metropolitan Division
The Metropolitan division is chock full of superstar wingers, but how does each team’s depth compare to the Hurricanes?
Carolina Hurricanes prospect interviews, Chara signed to the Islanders and other NHL news.
Both prospects will represent the Hurricanes at the 2021 Prospects Showcase in Tampa Bay.
In the third and final portion of our interview, Brind’Amour talks about the Andrei Svechnikov extension, his thoughts on the NHL returning to the Olympics, the Hurricanes’ vaccination rate, the upcoming season and much more.
National TV schedules get released, the Hurricanes make a front office hire and a non-Canadian team will be featured in this years Heritage Classic
Coming Thursday, comments will look different.
Sebastian Aho gets some well-earned respect, a hockey game ends because of too much violence and Tripp Tracy provides the content you need
The Carolina Hurricanes retained their top three centers and made a move to bring in a veteran with 100 games of playoff experience to increase depth down the middle.
The Hurricanes’ head coach sits down with Canes Country to reflect on last season, break down the Hurricanes’ busy offseason and look ahead to the upcoming training camp and season.
Anniversary of Rick DiPietro signing, Eichel trade talks reignited and 9/11 reflections around the league.
Jesperi Kotkaniemi is an intriguing player, but he will be a project for the Hurricanes, so how can the team best aid in his development ?
Individual tickets go on sale, the Bulls host Hockey Night and a new addition to Canes Cast
NHL players will be back in the Olympics in February for Beijing 2022, and the Canes have quite a few players who could make rosters. Here’s a look at who could play in Beijing.
The Staal family provides the cuteness, Kotkaniemi chooses a new number and Tom Dundon talks offer sheets
The Hurricanes chose violence, poached Jesperi Kotkaniemi from Montreal.
Canes excited for Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Jake Gardiner to LTIR and other moves around the NHL.