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Topic - Eric Staal
The Carolina Hurricanes have entered perhaps their most uncertain offseason since they moved to North Carolina.
Sunday's regular-season finale felt almost like a playoff game for Carolina Hurricanes coach Kirk Muller.
The Carolina Hurricanes once again will have plenty of free time in April and beyond.
The Carolina Hurricanes finally seem to have figured things out.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are heading to the playoffs for an eighth straight year.
Cam Ward grinned as he described how he felt like a kid making some key saves in the Carolina Hurricanes' 3-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday night.
The divisions changed for the Carolina Hurricanes and Florida Panthers.
The Carolina Hurricanes talked in the locker room before Monday night's game about how they felt they were due for a win against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
The Carolina Hurricanes maintained their home dominance against the Ottawa Senators, this time in a win that featured a combined seven-goal second period.
Mark Barberio can finally get a haircut.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Coach Kirk Muller and the rest of the Carolina Hurricanes are making the most of a makeshift lineup.
This week the Hurricanes signed Alexander Semin to a five-year, $35 million contract, the longest and most lucrative of the mercurial winger's NHL career. It's a bit more of a risk considering the tenure, but it's one Carolina made after Semin's strong performance so far.
When Cam Ward went down with a knee injury, it looked like trouble. Neither backup Dan Ellis nor minor league starter Justin Peters was considered a bonafide replacement, but the Hurricanes made it clear they would ride with them. So far, it has proven successful.
After building up a reputation with the Caps of being a supremely talented winger with inconsistency in his game and his habits, Semin is making the most of a fresh start in Carolina.
Jordan Staal wanted a family reunion, and the Pittsburgh Penguins obliged.
Asked if he could see himself going to another team, Staal said he has "never thought that, dreamed that or wanted that.
"I've been here a long time, I love it here and I've had success here and I know and I believe that we can again and I can be a part of that," Staal said. "But like I've said, it's not a forever career, and I'm not enjoying continually missing the playoffs. So hopefully we can continue to improve and get better and get back."