North Carolina Courage

North Carolina Courage Wins Season Opener, Defeat Champs

Cary, NC – The North Carolina Courage’s first ever home game saw them defeat the Portland Thorns. One year later, and with the Thorns crowned as last year’s champions, the Courage returned home to take the Thorns on again with a similar outcome. Read more

Carolina Hurricanes

Skinner’s Bookend Goals Lift Canes Over Coyotes, 6-5   

Cary, NC – Jeff Skinner scored the first goal and the last goal in a wild game against the Arizona Coyotes that saw one of the flukiest goals ever in the NHL.

The Canes were without three key players – Noah Hanifin with a concussion, Brett Pesce and Victor Rask both with season ending shoulder injuries. The Coyotes started the season off on a 0-12 winless streak but have turned things around with one of the best records in the past eight weeks. They’re nowhere near making the playoffs but considering the young talent they have, they’ll be a strong team in a couple of years. Read more

Oilers’ Touchdown Beats Canes’ Field Goal

Cary, NC – Scott Darling may be big enough to play football but when you lose a hockey game giving up a touchdown and extra point, something is wrong.

Stick a fork in the Canes season and forget the math, their season is done and for the most part. The effort on the ice and, on the bench, was pitiful. Any team that is able to hold Connor McDavid to just one second assist and scores three goals has to think they’d be the team coming out on top so despite the fine effort by Jaccob Slavin, Brett Pesce and Jordan Staal containing McDavid, the Canes managed to have another horrible game. Read more

NCFC

North Carolina FC in First Home Game as USL Members

Cary, NC – North Carolina FC played their first game at their home stadium in Cary as a United Soccer League (USL) team. While it was an exciting debut, it was still disappointing as NCFC lost against the Tampa Bay Rowdies. Read more

Carolina Hurricanes

Canes Flop In Third Period, Again, Lose To Flyers 4-2

Cary, NC – It was a battle of two teams going through identical records over the past 10 games, 3-6-1, and both headed in the same direction: south in the standings. Only question was which team would dig a little deeper, try a little harder and give their fans a little more hope of making a wild card spot for the playoffs. Read more

Carolina Hurricanes

Canes No Show in Third Is Beyond Belief

Cary, NC – After a miserable effort against the weakest team in the NHL for 2018 the night before, losing to the NY Rangers 6-3 in NY, the Canes had a 3-1 lead going into the third period against a very strong, rental-filled Boston Bruins team, increasing the lead to 4-1 within the first minute of the period, collapsing like house of cards, yielding five goals to virtually end their season.  Read more

Carolina Hurricanes

Canes Get Big Win Over Devils, Narrow Loss Against Jets

Cary, NC – The Carolina Hurricanes had mixed results this weekend, with a strong win over the New Jersey Devils on Friday and a narrow loss to the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday. Read more

Canes Forget to Show Up For Game Against Penguins, Lose 6-1

Cary, NC – When Bill Peters came to Raleigh to interview for the head coaching job, he had a notebook in tow with analytics about every category regarding the Canes and where the team was good and where the longer list was of where the team needed improvement. It didn’t take any special analytics for evaluating or summarizing the game against the Penguins after a full four day break. Read more

Canes Face Bad Weekend, Lose Playoff Spot

Cary, NC – The Carolina Hurricanes had a bad weekend at home. If it wasn’t hard enough losing to the New Jersey Devils, the Canes lost their playoff spot in a non-scoring game against the New York Islanders.

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Carolina Hurricanes

Faulk’s Hat Trick Leads Canes Over Kings, 7-3

Cary, NC – Some nights everything seems to go right and some nights everything seems to go wrong.  On the eve of Valentine’s Day, everything went right for the Carolina Hurricanes as they pummeled the L.A. Kings 7-3 behind Justin Faulk’s first career hat trick along with Jeff Skinner popping in two pretty goals.  Read more