Video clips, GIFs, and more from Canes game coverage.
Slavin capped off his phenomenal game with a beautiful goal.
The fourth line tied the score in the first period.
Subtitle: The Slavins’ dogs have more coordination than you, probably.
Foegele and Gauthier net goals in the third period to help Carolina move past Detroit.
The power forward swooped in, dangled, and cashed in to give the Canes a lead through two periods.
Two of Carolina’s top forward prospects got on the scoresheet in period one of the Traverse City prospect tournament.
Kuokkanen is a very elusive player, but he couldn’t escape a celebratory face wash from Necas on Saturday.
McGinn’s sixth got the ball rolling for Carolina.
Midway through the third period of Saturday’s game, Bryan Bickell’s home finale, the team gave him a sendoff in style.
Faulk’s 17th sets a new benchmark for defenseman goal scoring for the Hurricanes.
Skinner robs Lindholm of a goal, but we’re okay with it.
If you outwork the other team like this, you deserve the goal.
There isn’t a hotter goal scorer in the NHL right now, and this one will be on more than a few highlight reels.
Jordan’s 15th gives the Hurricanes a lead in Philly.
Lindholm’s ninth of the season and third in his last four tied the game in Philly.
Skinner’s 26th of the year got Carolina on the board in Philly.