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Carolina Hurricanes at New York Islanders: Eastern Conference First Round (Home Game 1, Series Game 3)

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New York Islanders at Carolina Hurricanes: Eastern Conference First Round (Home Game 3, Series Game 5, If Necessary)

PNC Arena, Charlotte, NC

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New York Islanders at Carolina Hurricanes: Eastern Conference First Round (Home Game 4, Series Game 7, If Necessary)

PNC Arena, Charlotte, NC

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TBD at Carolina Hurricanes: Eastern Conference Finals (Home Game 1, If Necessary)

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PNC Arena, Charlotte, NC

Carolina Hurricanes

Conference: Eastern

Division: Metropolitan

Stadium: PNC Arena (capacity 19,500)

Head Coach: Rod Brind’Amour (2018-present)

Starting Goaltender: Antti Raanta

Star Players: Martin Necas (RW), Sebastian Aho (C/LW), Andrei Svechnikov (W)

2022-23 Regular Season: 52-23-9 (2nd in Eastern Conference)

2023 Playoffs: Eastern Conference Finals (defeated 4-0 by the Florida Panthers.

Legendary Former Players: Ron Francis (C), Eric Staal (C), Rod Brind’amour (C)

Stanley Cups (NHL Championships): 1 - 2006

Carolina Hurricanes

The Carolina Hurricanes started out their journey in the NHL in 1979 as the oddly-named Hartford Whalers. The Whalers never made much headway in the league, struggling to make the playoffs out of a strong division containing the Montreal Canadiens and fellow New Englanders, the Boston Bruins, and only once making it past the first round when they did. Facing financial pressures and the limitations of their small local market in the mid-1990s, the team relocated to Raleigh, North Carolina, where the franchise chose to rebrand itself as the Carolina Hurricanes and change its colors from blue-green and silver to black and red (the color of the popular NCAA basketball team that they initially shared an arena with). Fans in Carolina were somewhat slow to warm to the new team until 2002, when the ‘Canes went on the franchise’s greatest playoff run to that point, doing two things no Whalers team had done: beating the Canadiens (to reach the Eastern Conference Finals) and appearing in the Stanley Cup Finals. Unfortunately (for the ‘Canes), they ran into a powerful and determined Detroit Red Wings team coached by the fearsome Scotty Bowman, lauded by many as the finest coach in NHL history. The Red Wings made short work of the Hurricanes, seeing them off in five games and handing Bowman his ninth and final Stanley Cup as a head coach, a record that still stands to this day. The ‘Canes, led by the irrepressible Rod Brind’amour and young gun Eric Staal, would not be deterred for long, storming to the franchise’s second Stanley Cup finals just four years later in 2006. There they battled the Edmonton Oilers over the course of a grueling seven-game series that ended with a 3-1 victory in Game Seven in front of a packed North Carolina crowd. Following their triumph, the Hurricanes spent the better part of the next decade missing the playoffs, aside from a single run to the Conference Finals in 2009, where they were swept by Sidney Crosby’s Pittsburgh Penguins. In recent years, under the guidance of Brind’Amour now as head coach, the team has once more become a postseason contender, with ‘Canes fans eagerly hoping for another shot at the Cup before too long.


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