1. Tuomo Ruutu's Major Role on Team Finland a Positive for Carolina Hurricanes

    After one of the most tumultuous winters of Tuomo Ruutu 's career, the 31-year-old Carolina Hurricanes winger is finally finding his game...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 12 months ago 1,246 reads 4 comments

  2. Switzerland Hockey Emerging as a Medal Contender at 2014 Winter Olympics

    Jonas Hiller is steadily transforming Switzerland into a legitimate contender. The Switzerland men's hockey team sports just eight NHL players and a national population less than the Chicago metro area...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 12 months ago 5,681 reads 9 comments

  3. Preview, Prediction for Each Carolina Hurricanes Player at 2014 Winter Olympics

    The Carolina Hurricanes will be represented by four athletes in the Men's Hockey tournament of the 2014 Winter Olympics ...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 12 months ago 2,678 reads 0 comments

  4. Highs and Lows from Carolina Hurricanes' 2013-14 Season at Olympic Break

    Fifty-seven games into the 2013-14 NHL season, the Carolina Hurricanes sport 26 wins and 31 losses on the board and a three-point deficit beneath a highly competitive playoff bubble...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 12 months ago 793 reads 0 comments

  5. Why David Legwand is an Ideal Trade Target for Carolina Hurricanes

    The Carolina Hurricanes need a physical, experienced two-way center to fill their biggest existing hole prior to the team's final playoff push. Whether such a player will be acquired prior to the Friday 3 p...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 12 months ago 1,881 reads 3 comments

  6. Carolina Hurricanes' Dominant Shot Production a Reason for Optimism

    As the Olympic Break approaches, the Carolina Hurricanes face a pivotal moment in their 2013-14 NHL playoff hopes...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 12 months ago 455 reads 1 comments

  7. Carolina Hurricanes: Breaking Down 8 Realistic Trade Targets in 2013-14

    A successful January has launched the Carolina Hurricanes onto the crest of the postseason as the Olympics and NHL trade deadline approach...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 12 months ago 7,237 reads 3 comments

  8. Carolina Hurricanes Must Work to Fix 1st-Period Problems

    After weeks of fast finishes covering for slow starts, the Carolina Hurricanes ' poor first-period play finally caught up to them in a 3-0 loss to Montreal on Tuesday...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 12 months ago 327 reads 0 comments

  9. NHL Trade Rumors: Avs-Canadiens Negotiations Ongoing, Metropolitan Teams Active

    With the final week before the Olympic trade freeze quickly approaching, trade rumors are heating up around the NHL in anticipation of a flurry of early-February activity...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 23,705 reads 0 comments

  10. Carolina Hurricanes Learning to Overcome Adversity as Success Continues

    The Carolina Hurricanes allowed one of the ugliest goals ever seen and nearly blew a four-goal lead, but regrouped to defeat the Ottawa Senators 6-3 on Saturday afternoon at PNC Arena...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 1,290 reads 3 comments

  11. Alexander Semin Rightfully Deserving of Ticket to 2014 Olympics on Team Russia

    Millions of followers of both the Carolina Hurricanes and Team Russia cheered Tuesday as Alexander Semin received a last-second ticket to the 2014 Winter Olympics . Semin , reserved as always, probably did not cheer...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 2,114 reads 2 comments

  12. Hurricanes-Flyers Game Postponement Highlights NHL's Rescheduling Inconsistency

    As the Carolina Hurricanes awaited a crucial Metropolitan Division showdown Tuesday night in Philadelphia, snow flakes began to blanket the Mid-Atlantic. The National Weather Service forecast : 4-6 inches in Washington D...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 3,030 reads 11 comments

  13. Carolina Hurricanes' Remaining Schedule Bodes Favorably for Playoff Push

    The Carolina Hurricanes ' hopeful push for a postseason berth during the 2013-14 season's second half will likely be aided by their schedule...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 1,500 reads 3 comments

  14. Graphic Analysis of Carolina Hurricanes' Sudden Goal-Scoring Drought

    The offensive hornets' nest posed by the Carolina Hurricanes during last Thursday's 6-1 win has quickly dissipated into a movement-lacking void less effective than Tomas Kaberle during his brief 'Canes tenure...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 879 reads 5 comments

  15. Carolina Hurricanes Attendance Improving as 2013-14 Season Progresses

    The hockey fans of Raleigh are steadily migrating back to PNC Arena as the Carolina Hurricanes gradually improve their record. The 'Canes drew crowds of more than 16,500 to five of their seven games since Dec...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 1,389 reads 1 comments

  16. Center Depth Emerging for Carolina Hurricanes in Eric Staal, Riley Nash Absences

    Injuries to two regular centers have tested the depth of the Carolina Hurricanes center unit so far in 2014. After the first week, the performance without them has been surprisingly encouraging...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 1,522 reads 4 comments

  17. Anton Khudobin Single-Handedly Salvaging Carolina Hurricanes' 2013-14 Season

    According to the statistics, the Carolina Hurricanes ' overall play has declined significantly over the course of the past month...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 2,824 reads 10 comments

  18. Carolina Hurricanes: Can Jeff Skinner Maintain His Goal-Scoring Hot Streak?

    The Carolina Hurricanes would be miles out of contention at the halfway point of the 2013-14 NHL season if not for the contributions of Jeff Skinner...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 2,075 reads 11 comments

  19. Areas Where the Carolina Hurricanes Must Improve in 2014

    The 2013 calendar year will go down in history as one of the more disappointing and forgettable 12-month spans in Carolina Hurricanes history. The 'Canes won just 34 of 88 games (38...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 1,317 reads 1 comments

  20. Breaking Down the Biggest Carolina Hurricanes Trade Rumors and Speculation

    The snowball that may unleash an avalanche of Carolina Hurricanes trades slid down the mountain Monday night...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 4,520 reads 3 comments

  21. Nathan Gerbe Showing Carolina Hurricanes the Benefit of Low-Cost Scoring

    The Carolina Hurricanes may be getting the most value from anyone on their 2013-14 roster out of a 5'5" forward making just $550,000 this season...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 1,546 reads 0 comments

  22. Carolina Hurricanes: 4-Step Plan to Revitalize Hurricanes' 2013-14 Season

    The Carolina Hurricanes ' 2013-14 season has taken a sudden turn toward disaster. The 'Canes haven't won a game in almost two weeks, losing three games in a four-day stretch entering ...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 1,753 reads 5 comments

  23. Are Carolina Hurricanes' Special Teams Due for an Improvement?

    The Carolina Hurricanes ' inefficiencies so far in the 2013-14 NHL season can be largely blamed on their special teams, which have proven abysmal across the board...

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  24. NHL Attendance 2013-14: Supposed Decline a Mirage Compared to Previous Seasons

    Angst over NHL attendance has spread steadily this holiday season. Compared to the lockout-shortened —and, thus, lockout-inflated —statistics of 2012-13, crowds are significantly smaller all around the league this winter...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 2,915 reads 0 comments

  25. Latest NHL Trade Rumors: Kings, Ducks, 'Canes Goalie Puzzles Linger

    While teams like the New York Islanders, Edmonton Oilers and St. Louis Blues search desperately for the franchise goaltender of their respective futures, the Los Angeles Kings, Carolina Hurricanes and Anaheim Ducks must juggle their glut of netminders...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 1 year ago 11,313 reads 1 comments