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.
The Hurricanes head out west for the final time this season, beginning with a measuring-stick game at the base of the Rockies.
The balance of power in the Metro will be decided in large part by the results of a pair of Tuesday night showdowns on Broadway.
The Hurricanes start their final month of the season looking to extend their recent run against one of the few playoff-bound teams they’ll face in April.
A night after the Hurricanes played a chippy game against a familiar opponent, they get the opportunity tonight to follow up on last week’s chippy game against a familiar opponent.
Get hyped for the only matchup of the year in Raleigh between these two former division rivals.
The two-time defending champions make their only visit of the season to Raleigh — the regular season, that is.
Here’s hoping we can avoid another Experiencing of Canes Hockey for the third time in a week.
It’s a true rarity tonight in west Raleigh: a Hurricanes game that’s also a 1-vs-2 matchup.