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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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