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NHL All-Star Team of Non-Playoff Teams

May 5th, 2010
Of course when half of the NHL players are in the playoffs, a lot of the better players are getting publicized for their great seasons. You have your Ovechkins, Crosbys, and Thorntons getting publicized so far, but there is a great list of players who aren't getting the publicity they ...

Full Detailed Breakdown: Eastern Conference Quarterfinals

April 12th, 2010
The playoffs are around the corner and I am gonna key in on every single matchup in the Eastern Conference and facts about each team that can help you better understand every team and every teams flaws and positives. Or at least attempt to. Here we go!First Matchup: No.1 Seed ...

Finally Some Respect: Hurricanes to Host All-Star Game in 2011

April 7th, 2010
In what is considered one of the greatest days in hockey history in the state of North Carolina, on April 8, 2010 Gary Bettman will announce that the 2011 NHL All-Star game will be at the RBC Center in Raleigh, NC. Constantly, hockey fans discuss and argue that hockey does not ...

Carolina Hurricanes’ Brandon Sutter on the Verge of NHL History

March 31st, 2010
It was the summer of 2007 when the Carolina Hurricanes took a dive into history, and by history I mean family history, and took a shot on a young kid from Red Deer. That kid was Brandon Sutter. Brandon is part of the rich Sutter legacy, well known for their ...

Breaking News: Tuomo Ruutu Done For Season

March 24th, 2010
As of today Tuomo Ruutu's season has officially ended. With the Hurricanes' playoff hopes all but gone, Paul Maurice has shut down Tuomo Ruutu for the season. "Give him all the credit because he’s played in some pain and played his game in some pain," said Maurice. "He was very, very physical ...

Bracket Busters: Determining Who will Win the Stanley Cup, Part One

March 24th, 2010
This article was inspired by the great work done for college basketball on the website www.bracketscience.com If you have never been on this site, I highly recommend you do so, just for fun of course. This article is a test (and tease) of your math knowledge and hockey knowledge into one ...

From Old to New: A Fresh Perspective of the New Carolina Hurricanes

March 19th, 2010
The Carolina Hurricanes season may look bad on paper, but in the long run this is a key season for many players. With the playoffs out of question and a laundry list of players gone, the Hurricanes decided to take a clean slate, start the season over, and get some prospects ...

The 15 Most Underrated Active Hockey Players

March 17th, 2010
When it comes to the NHL, you usually get highlights of just something simply amazing by Sidney Crosby, or Alex Ovechkin, or a really nice save. But when you look at the NHL, there is a laundry list of stars who have not been getting the credit they deserve for ...

Boston Remains At Eighth Seed, Roll Past Hurricanes 5-2

March 16th, 2010
The game was close up until the third period where Boston started to light up Manny Legace and the Carolina Hurricanes, eventually scoring three goals in the third to finish off the Hurricanes and finish off their road trip with a 5-2 victory in North Carolina. Boston's win could be credited ...

Lack Of Consistency: The Problem With Suspensions in The NHL

March 15th, 2010
It is official. Alexander Ovechkin has been suspended for two games for his second boarding game misconduct of the season. Do I personally have a problem with the suspension as a personal Ovechkin fan? No, I do not. It is his second time doing this; that makes him a repeat ...