About Last Season 2018
Our year in review series from the 2017-18 Carolina Hurricanes' season.
Ron Francis, Bill Peters, and their respective assistants were hard at work making this team better in 2016-2017, but how will the Canes Country community grade their performances?
Wallmark, Zykov, Poturalski, and Tolchinsky all played very few games in the NHL this year, but what do their futures hold in the organization?
Carolina’s longest-tenured player gave more of the usual sub-par goaltending with the odd “timely save” and a solid December, but was it enough to keep him around for next year?
After winning a Stanley Cup in Chicago, Teravainen reached new career highs in his first year in Raleigh. But was it enough?
The free agent acquisition of last summer provided the Hurricanes with depth on the blue line. Will he be donning the Hurricanes red next season?
After being signed as a free agent last summer, Stempniak provided a consistent, veteran presence on a young roster.
The Canes top center proved to be the team’s best two-way player in 2016-2017.
The second-year defenseman continued his breakout in 2016-2017.
The shifty scoring winger had his best season to date in 2016-2017.
The Canes center came into his own this season. How did he measure up?
In the first year of a new contract, the Canes defenseman had another tough season.
Carolina’s other 19-year-old completed his second year on the blue line. Did he continue to progress or fall into a sophomore slump?
After a breakout 2015-16 campaign, Nordstrom went back down to Earth in a fourth-line role.