Carolina Hurricanes

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    • Carolina Hurricanes

      Conference: Eastern
      Division: Metropolitan
      Founded: 1972 (als New England Whalers)
      Halle: PNC Arena
      Stadt: Raleigh, North Carolina
      Letzter Cup: 2006
      Owned by: Peter Karmanos
      Frühere Teamnamen: 1972-1979 New England Whalers, 1979-1997 Hartford Whalers

      Retired Numbers:
      2 Glen Wesley, Defenseman
      9 Gordie Howe, Forward
      10 Ron Francis, Forward
      17 Rod Brind'Amour, Forward
      (3 Steve Chiasson, Defenseman, ist nicht offiziell retired wurde aber nach seinem Tod nicht mehr vergeben)

      Farm Teams:
      Charlotte Checkers(AHL)
      Florida Everblades(ECHL)


      General Manager: Jim Rutherford
      Head Coach: Bill Peters

      Dieser Beitrag wurde bereits 4 mal editiert, zuletzt von Sather ()

    • Die Firma MAK Hockey, LLC, erwarb im Februar 2010 die Rechte am finanziell seit längerer Zeit unrentablen AHL-Franchise der Albany River Rats aus Albany, New York, von deren Eigentümer Capital Distric Sports, Inc. und siedelte die Mannschaft nach Charlotte, North Carolina, um, wo sie seit der Saison 2010/11 unter dem Namen Charlotte Checkers am Spielbetrieb der AHL teilnehmen.

      Farmteam :D
    • Ich denke der Wunsch in Charlotte nach einem höher angesiedelten eigenen Hockey Team war auch groß. Raleigh ist eben doch nur die Provinzhauptstadt ^^

      "The AHL franchise's first home game was played on October 15, 2010, in front of 12,512 spectators - the largest crowd ever to see a hockey match in Charlotte"
    • Injury-plagued Rangers head to Carolina
      RANGERS (27-18-3) at HURRICANES (22-18-6)

      Team Scope:
      Rangers: While the Blueshirts will surely miss Dubinsky in the near future, they certainly didn't on Wednesday night. Marian Gaborik picked up the slack in a big way as he scored four goals and added an assist as the Rangers pummeled the Toronto Maple Leafs in a 7-0 rout at MSG.
      "I think it is important that we don't see this as an excuse for not winning or getting points," said goalie Henrik Lundqvist, who stopped all 22 shots he faced for his seventh shutout of the season. "Yeah, we have guys out, but at the same time it is an opportunity for other guys to step up. We responded when we needed to and now we need to keep it going. It is a big week for us."

      Hurricanes: After getting trounced 7-0 in Boston on Monday, the 'Canes took a season-high 45 shots and had 28 more blocked -- yet still found themselves on the losing end in a 3-2 loss to the Bruins at the RBC Center on Tuesday night.

      Ja kein Wunder da stand ja auch Justin Peters im Tor bei dem 0-7 gegen die Bruins I-)
    • Skinner could receive All-Star Promotion (Hurricanes Blog)
      It’s possible that what’s already been a remarkable rookie season for Jeff Skinner could take a most unexpected turn. According to a report by ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun, the NHL plans to replace those unable to play in the All-Star Game due to injury with rookies from the previous day’s SuperSkills competition. With other reports claiming that the Pittsburgh Penguin’s duo of Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin are unlikely to play, not to mention Edmonton’s Ales Hemsky, it looks as though at least three spots would be open.
    • Skinner does it again as 'Canes beat Leafs ' (NHL Game Recap)
      Skinner does it again as 'Canes beat Leafs. Jeff Skinner continues to play well beyond his years for the Carolina Hurricanes. Monday night, the 18-year-old scored his 18th goal of the season, the game-winner in Carolina's 6-4 victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs at the RBC Center. He says he was fortunate the puck came to him. Those who've seen him play up close know better.
    • Ich bin seit 10 Jahren im dt. Fanclub der Carolina Panthers. Daher hat man so eine gewisse Verbundenheit mit den 2 Staaten. Zumal man dadurch auch ein paar Kontakte hat in Charlotte und Greensboro. Bisher hatte ich mich aber nie wirklich um die NHL gekümmert und bin nur ab und an hier in Köln zum Eishockey gegangen (oder zur IIHF WM).
    • Hurricanes 4, Islanders 2 (NHL Game Recap)
      UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) - The Carolina Hurricanes beat the blizzard - and the New York Islanders. Eric Staal scored goals in a 1:38 span in the second period and also had an assist to help the Hurricanes beat the New York Islanders 4-2 on Wednesday night. Zach Boychuk and Brandon Sutter also scored and Cam Ward made 23 saves for Hurricanes. A point behind eighth-place Atlanta in the Eastern Conference, Carolina has won three of its last four games.
    • Hurricanes @ Thrashers 3-2 (NHL game recap)
      ATLANTA – The Carolina Hurricanes ended a three-game losing streak and moved two points ahead of Atlanta for the Eastern Conference's eighth and final playoff spot as Erik Cole scored with 1:19 left in regulation for a 3-2 win over the Thrashers at Philips Arena in a battle for eighth between Southeast Division foes.
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