Brian has covered the Hurricanes since 2007 and joined the Canes Country staff in 2011. His day job is reporting traffic on the radio in Raleigh, and is inordinately proud of the fact that he has the Interstate highway system memorized. He also likes string cheese. Brian is a native of Cleveland who moved to Raleigh before most of the rest of the city moved here, and has lived here ever since.
Igor Shesterkin needs no introduction, putting the Hurricanes at a decisive disadvantage in net. What can we expect between the pipes in the second round?
A large majority of the favorites won in the first round, which means a very tight leaderboard heading into the next round. Make your picks now!
The series returns to Raleigh after the Hurricanes were taken off their game repeatedly in a pair of losses in Boston.
The Hurricanes have a chance to put the Bruins on the ropes with a win tonight that would put them up 2-0 in their best-of-seven first-round series.
Could this be the year that the Hurricanes’ goaltending is their ace in the hole to get past the Bruins?
Here we are again, another Tuesday in Manhattan, this time with the division title on the line.
The Hurricanes continue to inch toward a division title as they pay their first visit to the Islanders’ new digs.