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Topic - Paul Maurice
On the morning of Nov. 28, it didn't take more than a couple of hours after the Washington Capitals announced the firing of Bruce Boudreau and the hiring of Dale Hunter until the Carolina Hurricanes made their coaching change.
After the football games have ended and the leftovers have been stored comes Black Friday, which is supposed to be followed by another uber-shopping spree, Cyber Monday.
The last-place Carolina Hurricanes fired coach Paul Maurice for the second time in less than a decade Monday and replaced him with former All-Star Kirk Muller.
The last-place Carolina Hurricanes have brought in former All-Star Kirk Muller to replace Paul Maurice as coach. This is the second time Maurice has been dismissed by the club.
Eric Staal looked very much like an All-Star when he put up two goals and an assist for the Carolina Hurricanes on Oct. 8 at Verizon Center. Fewer players have had a more frustrating stretch since.
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Hall of Fame player Ron Francis is giving up his spot on the Carolina Hurricanes' coaching staff to focus on his front-office job with the club.
The Washington Capitals dominated early and came up big late, earning a shootout win despite giving up a last-gasp goal to allow Carolina to force overtime.
Brooks Laich scored a power-play goal on a deflection with 7:58 left and the Washington Capitals snapped a three-game losing streak by beating the Carolina Hurricanes 3-2 on Wednesday night.Bac
The young Carolina Hurricanes have proven those skeptics wrong who predicted they might be eliminated from the playoff chase before their home opener.
Brandon Sutter scored twice as the Carolina Hurricanes held on to beat the Minnesota Wild 4-3 in the opening game of the NHL season on Thursday.
"I'm just hoping he continues on with the game he's playing. The points are going to come — I'm not worried about that. The offense will come," Maurice said. "But he's playing the right way now and he's playing hard and doing a great job leading this team."
"I think our compete is pretty darned good," Carolina coach Paul Maurice said. "We're still learning not to do the things that slow us down — turning pucks over, not putting them at the net — but at the very least, they showed signs that they can change gears if they have to. It doesn't have to be. If the first 10 minutes are not going your way, that doesn't mean the night's over. They can build some confidence and know that they can come back in games."