The Canes try to exorcise the demons of Madison Square Garden tonight.
The Checkers made like a banana dessert and split their weekend series with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.
The Carolina Hurricanes look to keep the ball rolling tonight with their first matchup of the season in historic Madison Square Garden.
The Canes’ beloved play-by-play man receives one of his profession’s top honors.
A three-game week, including the final home game before the All-Star break, awaits the suddenly hot Canes.
Thanks to Sebastian Aho’s second career hat trick and a continued hot streak from Justin Williams and Micheal Ferland, the Canes have won seven of eight games and are right in the thick of the wild card hunt.
Aho had four points, Ferland had two assists and a fight, and the Hurricanes picked up their seventh win in eight games on Sunday.
The Carolina Hurricanes look to build on their impressive new year with a Sunday matinee matchup against one of the best teams in the Western Conference.
Thanks to some fortuitous bounces, the Hurricanes spoiled Jeff Skinner’s return to Raleigh.
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The Checkers’ three-game win streak was snapped Friday against the Penguins in a flat effort.
Wackiness abounded on Friday at PNC as the Canes got over on Skinner and the Sabres.
The Canes take on the Sabres tonight in Jeff Skinner’s first trip back to Raleigh.