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Carolina Hurricanes Game Day Thoughts: Running out of Room for Error

Carolina Hurricanes will face one of the best teams left on their schedule tonight when they square off against the Columbus Blue Jackets

Hurricanes, Wings, a Scare and a Prayer

One of the most satisfying parts of being a sports journalist is the interaction with the players and coaches. Last night, towards the end of the game between the Carolina Hurricanes and the Detroit Red Wings, I was walking down the hallway on the fifth floor of Raleigh's PNC Arena, and I saw this tall, …

What Do We Do Next? Part 2 – It’s the Scoring, Stupid

The second segment in a multi-part series looking at alternative paths the Carolina Hurricanes might follow.

NHL News and Notes: The End of an Era, Clinching Playoff Spots, and the Wild, Wild Card

The Wings and Oilers end their respective eras, teams are clinching playoffs spots, and the Eastern wild card race is very wild.

Metropolitan Division Weekly Roundup: Four Are In, and The Canes Stay Alive

With a 12 game point streak the Carolina Hurricanes have kept their playoff hopes alive with seven games remaining.

About Last Night: The Hurricanes win it for Eddie

An emotional 24 hour cycle ends with the Hurricanes getting it done to keep the point streak alive.

Carolina Hurricanes come back against Red Wings with big win

Carolina Hurricanes find their stride against tired Red Wings After last night's game and emotional ending both the Detroit Red Wing...

Jordan Staal is the Biggest Key to Carolina Returning to the Playoffs

Carolina Hurricanes center Jordan Staal is going to need to be the biggest key if Carolina wants to climb the playoff mountain.

Stempniak, Nordstrom lead Hurricanes past Red Wings, 4-1

Lee Stempniak and Joakim Nordstrom scored about five minutes apart in the first period, and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Detroit Red Wings 4-1 Tuesday night in the teams' second meeting in two nights.

Recap: Hurricanes Avenge OT Loss with 4-1 Win Over Detroit

(This one's for you Eddie!) The Canes looked strong on both sides of the puck tonight. Read more here.