Last season was a tough one for Bear. After being a regular in a top-four role for Edmonton back in 2019-20, he battled some injury issues the following season and dropped down the depth chart which helped contribute to him being traded to Carolina a few days after the draft in 2021.
When the Washington Capitals meet the Carolina Hurricanes in the NHL Stadium Series next February in Raleigh, North Carolina, fans will be allowed to stand on the field for the first time in any NHL outdoor game.
Carolina’s prospects finished the tournament with two wins and one loss. The Carolina Hurricanes hosted the Prospects Showcase this past weekend, which featured the Florida Panthers, Tampa Bay Lightning and Nashville Predators.
There’s a crisp chill in the North Carolina air after yet another sweltering summer. College football has been underway for a couple of weeks now, soaking up much of the attention in the college sports-crazed Triangle area (hey, Duke football is 2-0!
The Carolina Hurricanes will be hosting their own Prospect Showcase, with their first game being Friday at 10 A.M. EST. The Hurricanes will be joined by the Florida Panthers, Tampa Bay Lightning, and Nashville Predators.
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The Carolina Hurricanes will host the Prospects Showcase this weekend. Here’s the Canes’ roster, and what you need to know. The Prospects Showcase gets underway Friday morning with the Carolina Hurricanes taking on the Florida Panthers at 10 a.m.
Carolina’s group of goaltenders is headlined by Pyotr Kochetkov, but there are questions about the rest of the goalies in the pipeline. We’ve reached the final section of my system overview, a project that is the result of years worth of hard work.
After the Chicago Wolves defeated the Springfield Thunderbirds for the 2022 Calder Cup Championship on June 25, it seemed only a matter of time that NHL teams came knocking for the services of head coach Ryan Warsofsky.
The Carolina Hurricanes signed Finnish defenseman Anttoni Honka to a three-year, entry-level deal Wednesday. Honka, 21, will earn $750,000 at the NHL level in 2022-23 and $775,000 in the next two seasons.
Carolina Hurricanes forward Max Pacioretty, acquired just last month, will undergo surgery to repair a torn Achilles and be sidelined six months. Carolina general manager Don Waddell said the surgery will be performed Wednesday at Raleigh Orthopaedic.