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Carolina Hurricanes play their home games at the PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC. PNC Arena seats 19,722 for basketball (NC State Wolfpack), and 18,680 for ice hockey, including 66 luxury suites and 2,000 club seats. The building has three concourses and includes a 300-seat restaurant.

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The Carolina Hurricanes won the NHL Stanley Cup in 2006. However, the Hurricanes have not made the NHL playoffs in the last 7 years. In the 2015-16 NHL season the Hurricanes went 35-31-16 with 86 points and 10 points out of the NHL Wild Card. The 2016-17 Hurricanes are looking to take the team back to the NHL playoffs.

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The Carolina Hurricanes were introduced in Raleigh, NC in 1997 as the Hartford Whalers moved to the south. Hurricanes fans welcomed the NHL hockey team with setting records in buying NHL season tickets in massive numbers.

Led by the play of Eric Staal, Rod Brind'Amour and goalie Cam Ward, the Hurricanes won their first Stanley Cup Championship in the 2005-06 NHL season. They were also granted the NHL All Star Game in 2011. Since the Stanley Cup winning season the Hurricanes have struggled to get back and even make the NHL playoffs.

They play in the highly competitive Metropolitan division of the NHL Eastern Conference against teams like the Blue Jackets, Devils, Islanders, Rangers, Flyers, Penguins, and Capitals. carries some of the best selection of NHL hockey tickets for the Carolina Hurricanes and their home games at the PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC. Find your Hurricanes tickets right here on this site today!

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2016-17 Season Preview: Carolina Hurricanes
Just like the Devils who I wrote about yesterday, the Carolina Hurricanes overachieved quite a bit reaching 86 points. Young defensemen really stepped up giving the Canes one of the best young bluelines in the league. They'll need better goaltending this season and the young forwards to now take that step to make the push into the playoffs. While I don't think they get there because I don't trust either goalie (Spoiler!), they are a team that could surprise. Let's take a look at how their roster is shaping up along with their top 5 prospects.
Carolina Hurricanes AHL Affiliate sign Mitchell Heard
The  Carolina Hurricanes AHL team, the Charlotte Checkers sign depth. The Charlotte Checkers have signed Mitchell Heard to a two way AHL contract. Now, what does that mean for the Carolina Hurricanes? It means that when his contract is up, and the Carolina Hurricanes can resign him, if he has what they are looking for. […] Carolina Hurricanes AHL Affiliate sign Mitchell Heard - Cardiac Cane - Cardiac Cane - A Carolina Hurricanes Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Carolina Hurricanes Featured on NHL 30 in 30
The Carolina Hurricanes have now had their turn on’s 30 in 30 series. The series breaks down the each team on the lead up to the next season. 30 in 30 is a great series from that provides good reading for every team. It is a great way to prepare for the season […] Carolina Hurricanes Featured on NHL 30 in 30 - Cardiac Cane - Cardiac Cane - A Carolina Hurricanes Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Video: Eddie Lack snipes a goal in full goalie gear
Summer is a time for fun and Eddie Lack is making the most of his time off before the 2016-17 season. Lack, a current goaltender for the Carolina Hurricanes, skated in a Pro-Am game in Salmon Arm, British Columbia and had a bit of fun by breaking the rules and joining the play in the offensive zone in full goalie gear. Using a regular stick, Lack unleashed a pretty nifty wrister to score a nice goal. The summer might be a slow time as far as hockey news goes, but at least fun videos like this one keep popping up. [The Score] The post Video: Eddie Lack snipes a goal in full goalie gear appeared first on Puck Drunk Love.
Carolina Hurricanes Lack of World Cup Players will Help
The next competitive hockey that fans will see is the World Cup of Hockey. The bad news for Carolina Hurricanes fans is the only team with Hurricanes players is FInland. This is not all bad news for Caniacs. Teuvo Teravainen and Sebastian Aho were the only Carolina Hurricanes named to World Cup of Hockey rosters. […] Carolina Hurricanes Lack of World Cup Players will Help - Cardiac Cane - Cardiac Cane - A Carolina Hurricanes Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Carolina Hurricanes Prospect Profile: Nicolas Roy
  Carolina Hurricanes Nicolas Roy aims to make pro debut. The Carolina Hurricanes selected Nicolas Roy in the fourth round (96th overall) in the 2015 NHL Draft. Roy has the size and skill to be a dominant center. However, in his first two junior seasons he hasn’t met the expectations of a former first overall QMJHL […] Carolina Hurricanes Prospect Profile: Nicolas Roy - Cardiac Cane - Cardiac Cane - A Carolina Hurricanes Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Carolina Hurricanes Prospect Profile: Sergey Tolchinsky
Sergey Tolchinsky could crack a top nine role with the Carolina Hurricanes.   Sergey Tolchinsky signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Carolina Hurricanes as an undrafted free agent on 8/22/13.  He attended his second training camp with the Hurricanes before being returned to junior hockey for his third season. The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds’ […] Carolina Hurricanes Prospect Profile: Sergey Tolchinsky - Cardiac Cane - Cardiac Cane - A Carolina Hurricanes Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Carolina signs coach Bill Peters to 3-year extension
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) The Carolina Hurricanes have signed coach Bill Peters to a contract extension through the 2018-19 season. General manager Ron Francis announced the deal Wednesday. Terms were not disclosed. Peters has a record of 65-72-27 in two seasons while leading the Hurricanes' rebuilding project. They finished this season sixth in the Metropolitan Division with a 35-31-16 record, but earned 86 points - their most since 2010-11, and a 15-point improvement from Peters' first year. Peters was entering the final year of a three-year contract he signed in June 2014, when he was hired to take over for the fired Kirk Muller and revive a team that has reached the playoffs just once since winning the Stanley Cup in 2006. Carolina's seven-year postseason drought is the longest among Eastern Conference teams.
Video: Hurricanes prospect scores crazy shootout goal
Development camps around the NHL have delivered some pretty incredible hockey highlights. Recently, Alexander Nylander amazed with some slick shootout skills for the Sabres and now Carolina Hurricanes prospect Josh Wilkins pulled off a crazy move to score a crazy shootout goal. Raleigh native & #CanesCamp invitee @joshwilkins_97 had the highlight goal of the #Summerfest shootout. #SCTop10 — Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) July 9, 2016 That’s an amazing goal by the 19-year-old from Raleigh. Wilkins was invited to the camp by the Hurricanes and it’s safe to say he made quite the impression with this wizardry. One nifty shootout goal won’t earn an immediate promotion, but it will keep Wilkins in the conversation. The post Video: Hurricanes prospect scores crazy shootout goal appeared first on Puck Drunk Love.
Sounds like Eric Staal won't return to the Hurricanes
After Eric Staal was traded to the New York Rangers during the 2015-16 season, there was some speculation that the forward could return to the Carolina Hurricanes as a free agent over the summer. Those rumors may be put to rest as new reports indicate a reunion won’t be in the works. Canes GM Ron Francis says he has had no contact with Eric Staal, indicating it is extremely unlikely Staal might return to Carolina. — Chip Alexander (@ice_chip) June 29, 2016 If the team having no contact with Staal isn’t enough evidence that he won’t be back, consider this other statement from GM Ron Francis. Francis noted Eric Staal was "a great player in our market for a long time." Ended comments on Staal by saying, "We wish him the best." — Chip Alexander (@ice_chip) June 29, 2016 And that should just about do it. Staal, 31, may have a difficult time finding a contract he likes. After putting up 33 points in 63 games with the Hurricanes in 2015-16, he was traded to the Rangers and manag...
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