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Washington Capitals vs. Carolina Hurricanes Recap

In the 1st period between the Hurricanes and the Capitals, Washington took over 3 times as many shots and managed the only goal of the period thanks to T.J. Oshie during a powerplay. Nicklas Backstrom made the assist and this was his first game back since his recent injury. There was some more or less even back and forth in the 2nd period, but neither team managed to score, leaving the game at 0-1 for Washington. 1:38 into the 3rd, Backstrom scored an unassisted goal of his own. Jeff Skinner managed to score once as well, finally putting the Canes on the board. Washington weren't going to let their lead slip away though, with John Carlson making a power play goal just a couple of minutes later. Alex Ovechkin scored as well 16:11 into the period, and that was the end for Carolina.

Detroit Red Wings Vs. Carolina Hurricanes Recap

The Red Wings and the Hurricanes game started off strong, with a goal by Carolina's Brock McGinn within the first few seconds of the game. This was McGinn's first career goal. The period went on without another goal, though Carolina notably took almost 3 times as many shots as Detroit. 3 minutes into the 2nd, Justin Faulk scored a second goal for the Canes. Just a few minutes later, Eric Staal scored another, giving Carolina a 3-0 advantage. With about 6 minutes remaining in the period, Detroit ramped it up with two goals in quick succession thanks to Gustav Nyquist and Riley Sheahan. Well into the 3rd, about 20 seconds after Detroit's power play expires, Kris Versteeg scores another goal to assure their lead with a 4-2 score. With about 7 minutes left on the clock, Chris Terry scored another for the Canes. The game ended without much action soon after. This marked Jeff Blashill's first loss as the Redwings head coach.

Carolina Hurricanes vs. Florida Panthers Recap

The Carolina Hurricanes traveled to Carolina to play the Hurricanes. The Panthers took the lead in the first period on a goal scored by Nick Bjugstad 2 minutes into the game. This was Bjugstad's 2nd goal of the season. The Hurricanes were able to tie the score in the 2nd period. Elias Lindholm scored his first goal of the season tying the game at 1. With the game tied at one in the 3rd period the Panthers took control of the game by scoring 2 goals in the span of 3 minutes. One goal each by Connor Brickley and Aleksander Barkov. Jussi Jokinen scored in the final 2 minutes to seal the win.
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Carolina Hurricanes 2014-2015 Schedule, Score, Roster, Rumors, Seating Charts

Carolina Hurricanes Schedule in 2014 - 2015

As the NHL’s preseasons games unfold , its clear which teams will make run into the regular season. The North Carolina Hurricanes have lost 2 games so far , A 4-3 loss to Columbus and a 2 -0 loss to Buffalo. While preseason has been called meaningless I believe it counts. The Hurricanes will play Buffalo again in preseason along with Columbus. They will also play Buffalo in regular season on Oct 14. The Hurricanes will start with 2 games back to back with NY Islanders. While speaking of Preseason affairs. The Hurricanes will play Columbus back to back on November 4th and the 7th. The regular season will have no gimmie games as the Hurricanes play a variety of teams to push and become play off contenders. In April during the last month of regular play the Hurricanes will play Florida , Philadelphia , Buffalo , Detroit . Playing Philly and Detroit twice.

Carolina Hurricanes Roster

The Hurricanes roster has a mixture of Veterans players to the NHL . Along with newcomers, both are alike on this team. Back in July the team signed Bellemore , Rissane , Shugg , Holmstrom , Gleason , McClement , MacIntyr all to the team. They have also signed Ron Hainsey. The Hurricanes did however assigne Holmstrom , Shugg , Nemisz , Staal , Carrick , Roberston , Lowee , and Altshuller to Charlotte (AHL). The Hurricnaes have depth on their roster and look poised to go out and make a name for their team during this 2014 – 2015 season. Whith many tought games to go the younger player will pick up quickly on this hard hitting game we call Hockey. Lead by Bill Peters who will be the 13th head coach during the franchises time in the NHL. Peters will have a lot to contend with and prove during this season.

Carolina Hurricanes Fan Experience

PNC Arena , used to be RBC Center is the current home of the Hurricanes, Since the team move in 1997 the PNC Arena has been home ever since. The first game was against the New Jersey Devils on October 29th 1999. The arena offers season and group tickets that are available thru calling in and Ticket master .com . PNC Arena offer lost & found items and wheel chairs escorts , along with first aid to all its guest. They also have concession stand along with an Arena Club restaurant . you can make reservations that you can call in or email . The arena offers premium seating options to all its guest .Hurricane fans or not visiting fans can take advantage of all this great offer. There is even a PNC Arena Webcam that you can check out online @ Thepncarena.com this cam offers shots of the ice and the crowd.

Carolina Hurricanes Trivia

Fun Fact in recent years the Hurricanes faced Edmonton Oilers in the 2005-2006 Stanly Cup. The series would go to seven games. The Hurricanes would win the series in game 7 by 3-1. The North Carolina Hurricanes were the 2005- 2006 Stanly Cup winners. Hurricanes fans still remember win to this day as it is echoed out thru PNC Arena.

Carolina Hurricanes History

The North Carolina Hurricanes , former Stanly Cup Winners and like various NHL teams have not always been in their current city. The teams roots start back in 1971 , being found in New England . While being around since 71 the franchise would never find the Stanly Cup while in New England. The team had its ups and down ,but the historic win would never occur while located in New England. In 1997 the team would move to North Carolina and PCN Arena as its home. It would take the hurricanes less than 10 years to find its yea to victory and win it all. It was in 2005 – 2006 the Hurricanes would Win the Stanley Cup and be champions of the NHL. The team has not repeated this same feat again but its close to the 10 year anniversary of the win and I’m sure this team is ready to win it all again.

Carolina Hurricanes Fan Info

young NHL team by many standards in the south that is dominated by football. With all of this the Hurricanes till have a very loyal fan base. From old to young alike the fan stand by their Hurricanes and don’t run or hide. The fans proudly wave their towels and support the red and black gear. They paint Hurricane symbols on their faces , bring signs to the games and body paint for their team. While former Stanly champs the team hasn’t found it in almost ten years. This doesn’t matter to the fans tho. The fans support is as strong as ever. The fans were exited back in 97 to get this team . They have not let the team go any where else and why should they ? The fan support in North Carolina is amazing. The Hurricanes are truly blessed team when it comes to its fans.

Carolina Hurricanes Rumors

Not a lot of rumors are circling around the North Carolina Hurricanes these days. The team is firmly planted in North Carolina and I doubt it would move any time soon. They just signed a new Head Coach this year so no rumors there. They have however rumors around Staal’s leg injury though. The rumor is basically howl long will he be out after his surgery ? Its been said 3 to 4 months its also been reported longer. I know Hurricane fans would love to have him day one of the regular season but it will not happen. Here’s hoping for a quick recovery.