An inside breakdown of the little things that contribute to the success or failure of specific plays.
Systems Analyst: It’s A Stretch
Among the Hurricanes’ problems against the Bruins is their reliance on stretch passes and inability to disrupt Boston’s breakouts.
Systems Analyst: Possess, Possess, Possess
In an evenly matched series, both team’s sustained forechecking efforts have paid dividends.
Systems Analyst: Clean Sweep
The Hurricanes’ sweep of New York was a testament to their stout defensive play and goaltending.
Systems Analyst: What’s Gone Wrong Against the Rangers
Carolina was winless in four regular season meetings against their qualifying round opponent.
Systems Analyst: The New York Special
The Rangers dominated the special teams battle in their regular season sweep of the Hurricanes.
Systems Analyst Classics: Besting Buffalo
A look back at Carolina’s come-from-behind Game 7 victory in the 2006 Eastern Conference Finals.
Systems Analyst Classics: Beaten in Buffalo
Daniel Briere’s power-play marker delayed Carolina’s dreams of a trip to the Stanley Cup Final, even if only temporarily.
Systems Analyst Classics : Juice Beats the Buzzer
Revisiting Jussi Jokinen’s Game 4 winner in the 2009 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.
Systems Analyst Classics: Seabass Strikes
Taking a look back at the Hurricanes’ current leading goal scorer’s first career tally.
Systems Analyst Classics: The First Win
A trip all the way back to 1998 and the Carolina Hurricanes’ first playoff win since relocation.
Systems Analyst Classics: Cory Stillman Eliminates Montreal
Cory Stillman’s slap shot completed Carolina’s backdoor sweep of the Canadiens.
Systems Analyst Classics: Babchuk Blasts the Canes Back to the Playoffs
Taking a look back at Anton Babchuk’s overtime winner against Pittsburgh which clinched Carolina’s berth in the 2009 NHL postseason,
Systems Analyst Classics: Martin Gelinas shocks the world
A look back at how the upstart Hurricanes earned the franchise’s first Stanley Cup Final birth.
Systems Analyst Classics: Stunner in Detroit
Looking back at Carolina’s overtime upset in Game 1 of the 2002 Stanley Cup Final.
Systems Analyst Classics: Walking Out of Boston
Revisiting Scott Walker’s overtime winner in Game 7.
Systems Analyst Classics: The Long Game
Breaking down the Hurricanes’ heartbreak in 2002.
Systems Analyst Classics: June 19th, 2006
Revisiting the pinnacle moment in franchise history.
Systems Analyst Classics: Just in the Nic of Time
Game 2 of the 2006 Eastern Conference Semifinals featured a chaotic final minute, and another OT winner from Niclas Wallin.
Systems Analyst Classics: The Molson Miracle
Down 2-1 in the Eastern Conference Semifinals, Carolina would rally from three goals down to even the series, forever etching a classic comeback into Hurricanes’ history.
Systems Analyst Classics: 2006 SCF Game One
The Hurricanes were forced to rally on home ice to open the 2006 Stanley Cup Final.
Systems Analyst Classics: Shock At The Rock
Revisiting Carolina’s improbable Game 7 victory in 2009.
Systems Analyst: Breaking Down the Breakdowns
Defensive miscues have cost the Hurricanes in recent matchups.
Systems Analyst: A Tough Night in Columbus
A pair of Columbus third period strikes, including one in the closing minutes, sank the Hurricanes on Thursday.
Systems Analyst: Killed by the Kill
After a stretch of outstanding play, the Hurricanes’ PK has encountered some bumps in the road.
Systems Analyst: The Comeback Kids
The Canes capped off their terrific road trip with some quick strike offense to claim victory in Denver.
Systems Analyst: Riding a Cycle
Strong play and maintained possession in the offensive zone is the key to Carolina’s puck possession game.
Systems Analyst: Little Things
Minor mistakes and lost battles cost the Hurricanes on home ice Thursday night.
Systems Analyst: Sudden Death
Carolina used a combination of speed and power to finish off the Sabres.
Systems Analyst: I’d Like to Speak to the Puck Manager
The Hurricanes’ losing streak has been plagued by costly turnovers and defensive lapses.
Systems Analyst: The Svech Show
There have been no signs of a sophomore slump for the 2018 second overall pick.
Systems Analyst: Activating the Defense
The Canes’ offensive zone play has been aided by aggressive point men.