Carolina Hurricanes: 4-Step Plan to Revitalize Hurricanes’ 2013-14 Season

December 26th, 2013 by Mark Jones Leave a reply »
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 the holiday break despite having plenty of opportunities to pull out three victories.

At this point in the season, confidence and quality of play is more important than position in the standings, but the latter doesn't look too good at the moment. Carolina has slipped from third to seventh in the struggling Metropolitan Division in a hurry.

If this isn't the low point in the Hurricanes' campaign, then a rough winter apparently awaits around the corner. The 'Canes need to treat it as such, though; a new mentality and perhaps a few new players will be desperately needed entering 2014.

For the second consecutive season, I have outlined a four-step plan to revive Carolina's season. Last spring's checklist didn't exactly work out as planned. This year, the 'Canes must follow this recipe—or one of their own—if they hope to rally back into a playoff berth.

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