Jeff-eric

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Storm Tracking: Examining Weather Patterns

As I have said before, the Carolina Hurricanes are like North Carolina weather, you just don't know what you're going to get. But there are certain weather patterns that are predictable, like I...

Storm Tracking: Hurricane Season Over!

It's official, the Carolina Hurricanes postseason hopes are gone. While we've all known it for a while now, but last night put to bed any notion this team could find it's way in. It was a season...

Storm Tracking: Finally Some Decent Weather!

It certainly was a perfect week for the Carolina Hurricanes, but it was better than it has been in a while. Carolina played 4 games and got points in each of them. While it doesn't help them get...

Storm Tracking: Will Winter Ever End?

It's March 26th and the Triangle still has the feeling of winter. When will it end and finally give way to spring? The same question could be asked of the Hurricanes season, when will it end? ...

Did the Canes Make the Right Selection?

With the 5th pick in the 2013 NHL Draft, the Carolina Hurricanes selected Elias Lindholm. Now that the season is almost over, did they make the right choice? Would a different pick have helped...

Storm Tracking: North Carolina Weather

A good comparable for the Carolina Hurricanes season would be North Carolina's weather over the past month. It's generally been cooler than average and a little gloomy, but every once in a while...

Storm Tracking: Cool Air Still Hovering Around

The rough stretch finally ended with a win over the Rangers, but the Hurricanes certainly aren't picking up much speed as the weather starts to warm a little.

Storm Tracking: Only Light Trade Winds in Raleigh

The Trade Deadline has come and gone and pretty much so has the Hurricanes postseason hopes. While it's not quite time to say goodbye to the season, it is goodbye to a great guy and fan favorite. ...

Canes Country Trade Proposal Contest Voting

I've narrowed it down to 6 Finalist for the Trade Proposal Contest and now it's your turn to pick your favorite.

Storm Tracking: Wind Chill Halts Hurricane

The Hurricanes picked up some steam with a hot January, but some brisk winds from Canada left the boys from Raleigh cold entering the Olympic break.

Canes Country Trade Proposal Contest

Let us know what trade ideas you have for improving the Hurricanes for a chance to win prize.

Storm Tracking: Weathering the Storm

Despite having a pretty successful 2014 so far, the Carolina Hurricanes are basically just weathering the storm as their Eastern Conference playoff competition are also playing quite well. All the...

Storm Tracking: Winter Wonderland

The Hurricanes started the week with a snow delayed game in Philadelphia and ended it in Montreal as Raleigh was getting it's largest accumulation of the season. While the week might have ended on...

Storm Tracking: Slipping & Sliding on the Ice

Would you rather be lucky or good? Well, the Canes appear to be neither at the moment. They had their 2nd game of the season postponed due to weather and both postponements seem to be more...

ST: Sunny in the East, Overcast in Raleigh

If Carolina's recent slide with back-to-back shutouts isn't bad enough, the issue is compounded by the play of rest of the Eastern Conference. The polar vortex has hit the Canes offense, while...

Storm Tracking: The Eye is Upon Us

While there is turmoil all around, Carolina is currently basking in the sun. The Hurricanes have won 4 straight and look to continue that trend with some winnable games ahead.

Storm Tracking: A Blustery Holiday Week

The winds were blowing in all different directions this week for the Hurricanes. They were quite dominant in the puck possession battle, yet only came away with 3 points in 3 games.

Storm Tracking: Hurricane Pounds Phoenix

The Hurricanes collected 3 out of a possible 4 points to finish up their road trip. They also put together a solid 60 minutes in Phoenix and with the game sealed, the captain unleashed some fury...

Hurricanes at Flames: Game Preview 12-12-13

The Flames are 3-0-2 this season against the Metropolitan Division. Can Carolina hand Calgary their first Metro loss?

ST: Hurricane Downgraded to Tropical Storm

The week started out great for the Canes, scoring and extending the winning streak to 3 games. But a trip to Western Canada has slowed what looked to be a storm gaining traction.

Storm Tracking: Temperature Swings

The Canes had a very up and down week, but did collect 4 out of 8 points. If they can string together a couple of wins, they could still find themselves in the playoff picture due to a weak Metro...

Storm Tracking: Clouds Give Way to Some Offense

This week started out a little gloomy for the Hurricanes, but some offense finally broke through on Sunday, giving the team and fans a little ray of hope.

Storm Tracking: Hurricane Peters Out

The week started off sweet with a win over Anaheim, but soured with losses to St. Louis & Boston and the lose of Semin to a concussion.

Should Carolina consider trading Gleason for Cole?

Could trading Tim Gleason for Erik Cole actually be beneficial to the Carolina Hurricanes?

Storm Tracking: Surprise, Forecasters are Wrong

Carolina collected points in all 3 games this week on the back of Justin Peters and a solid team defense.

Storm Tracking: Weakened, but Winds still Swirling

Manny Malhotra and Justin Peters, two players that started the season in the AHL, helped the Hurricanes finally put an end to a 5 game losing streak.

Storm Tracking: Hurricane Subsides, Many Injured

The Canes not only lost all 3 games this week, but also lost a number of players to injury. No points and 5 injuries, not exactly the way you want the first month of the season to end.

Storm Tracking: Putting an End to the Drought

The Hurricanes picked up 2 road victories this past week, but maybe more importantly, Jordan Staal and Jiri Tlusty got their first goals of the season and out of their funk.

Storm Tracking: Canes Weekly Stats for 10/9-10/15

The Hurricanes welcomed three Western Conference teams to Raleigh this week and each of them left with 2 points as a parting gift.

Storm Tracking: A Little Storm is Brewing

Little Nathan Gerbe made a big impact for the Carolina Hurricanes during the first week of the NHL season.

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