About Last Night
Game reviews, analysis, breakdowns and much more.
ALN: Good Process, Bad Outcome
The Hurricanes deserved a win against the Avalanche, but a heart-breaking regulation loss erased all of the good vibes.
ALN: Bad Periods, Blown Leads, and Overtime Heroics
It wasn’t pretty, but the Hurricanes beat the Wild and picked up their third straight win.
ALN: El Niño Season Begins
The Canes scored early and often Sunday thanks in part to newcomer Nino Niederreiter.
ALN: Burn The Tape
In what has become far too normal, the Hurricanes dropped another game at MSG.
ALN: Homecoming Spoiled
Thanks to some fortuitous bounces, the Hurricanes spoiled Jeff Skinner’s return to Raleigh.
ALN: Sweet Justice
Good goaltending, more McKegg stands, and a NHL first kept the Canes streaking.
ALN: Averting Disaster
Teuvo Teravainen led the Hurricanes to a much needed victory last night over the Flyers
ALN: The Honeymoon is Over
It’s no time to panic, but it’s certainly time to air the glaring concerns after three straight losses.
About Last Night: That Time Again, Huh?
It’s March, and the "Carolina Hurricanes Annual Fun Run to Two Points Out of A Playoff Spot" is finally underway.
About Last Night: It’s Over, Coach
Bill Peters gave the game away last night by continuing to make questionable decisions.
About Last Night: The Stars Align
A few odd coincidences appeared in last night’s win at United Center.
About Last Night: Ex-Canes Gone Wild
Matt Cullen and Eric Staal had a field day with the Canes last night.
About Last Night: This Isn’t Playoff Hockey
The Canes are fighting for a wild card, but are they wild to think they have a chance in the playoffs?
About Last Night: S.W.A.T.
Two of the oldest Hurricanes combined with a couple of the youngest to pace the team’s first victory in seven tries last night in Philadelphia.
About Last Night: New Normal
The Hurricanes are running out of time, but continue to play with no urgency.
About Last Night: Deflation
A less than impressive showing against Pittsburgh has the Canes searching for answers.
About Last Night: *Facepalm*
Another no show by the Canes leads to yet another listless loss.
About Last Night: Same Lines, Same Worries, Same Mistakes
After a win streak of new opportunity, the Canes do the same things the same old way.
About Last Night: A Fat Trick of Impressiveness
Line changes that worked? Justin Faulk’s multiple tricks? Or a seven-goal performance?
About Last Night: Ginger Hair, Don’t Care
The Canes kept the good times rolling behind a pair of goals from Brock McGinn.
About Last Night: Canes Seeing Playoffs Fly Away
The Flyers defeated the Canes in overtime, but the Canes are truly defeating themselves.
About Last Night: Hot Garbage
The Canes have had ups and downs this year but they may have hit their breaking point yesterday.
About Last Night: This Feels Familiar
We had a nice winning high, but this loss showed us some old Hurricane truisms might remain.
About Last Night: Let’s Learn French
The Hurricanes defeated the Canadiens again last night which has given us an opportunity for an impromptu French lesson.
About Last Night: Six Ways to Get the Goal
The Canes showed off a bag of offensive tricks to get the six necessary goals for victory.
About Last Night: Sixty Minutes
Why is it so hard for the Canes to achieve 60 minutes of good hockey?
About Last Night: So Much for a Hangover
NHL teams have generally been rusty out of the bye week. Not the Canes.
About Last Night: Going Down in Flames
The Canes not only lost, but they went down hard and lost their star player in the process.
About Last Night: What Just Happened?
12:00 pm: Get a new majority owner. 10:00 pm: Instantly break his heart.
About Last Night: What Last Night?
Jordan Staal said to forget the game last night. So let’s try.
About Last Night: Canes Shut Out Pens With Complete Effort
Aho and Skinner dazzle in Ward’s shutout of the Pens.
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