Carolina Hurricanes

Canes Get Redemption, Pummel Senators 8-2

Cary, NC – After losing to the Ottawa Senators 4-1 two days before in Canada, the Canes bounced back big time on the home-and-home series by trouncing the Sens, 8-2 on a rare Monday night game. Read more

Carolina Hurricanes

Canes Downed By Rangers, 4-2

Cary, NC – Sometimes you bring your A-game with just about everything going your way and you still lose. That’s what happened to the Canes when they ran into future Hall of Famer goalie Henrik Lundqvist, who was a wall as the Canes fell 4-2 in a contest they dominated and easily had possession 75 percent of the time in the first period.

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Carolina Hurricanes

Canes Fight Two Long Games at Home This Weekend

Cary, NC – Any fans who saw the Carolina Hurricanes play at home this weekend saw an unforgettable marathon of a match where the Canes won in triumphant fashion, which may have drained some of their energy as they lost another long game against the New Jersey Devils the next night. Read more

Carolina Hurricanes

Canes, Svechnikov Douse Flames, 2-1

Cary, NC – For the second game in a row, Andrei Svechnikov score two goals, the first will easily be the NHL top goal of the month, to beat the Calgary Flames with a come from behind 2-1 victory. The Flames have three former Canes players as well as two coaches so the desire from each team wanting a win is just that much more.

Former Cane Elias Lindholm heard the boo birds nearly every time he hit the ice as last year after a Flames win at the RBC Arena, Lindy mocked the Storm Surge which offended the Caniacs who forget nothing.

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North Carolina Courage

NC Courage Make History with Dominant Championship Win at Home

Cary, NC – Last year, the North Carolina Courage became the first team to win both the NWSL Shield and the NWSL Championship season. Now, after a win at home over the Chicago Red Stars, they have done it twice. Read more

Carolina Hurricanes

Canes, Mrazek Blank Blackhawks

Cary, NC – After a bad week away from the PNC Arena in which the Canes only garnered three out of a possible eight points, Coach Rod Brind’Amour was all smiles as the Canes had all cyclinders going for them in a solid 4-0 win over the Chicago Blackhawks.

It was the first time in years in which the Canes had an afternoon game when the State Fair was in town across the street. Give credit to the parking attendants as all in all, parking and exiting the game was fine.

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North Carolina FC

North Carolina FC Starts Playoffs This Week, with First Game at Home

Cary, NC – The United Soccer League (USL) Playoffs officially start this week and North Carolina FC has their one chance to make it into the bracket with a play-in game, here at home in Cary. Read more

North Carolina Courage

North Carolina Courage Move to Championship Match in Cary

Cary, NC – After an extra-time win over Reign FC, the North Carolina Courage have progressed to their third-straight NWSL final, to be played this weekend in Cary. Read more

Carolina Hurricanes

Canes Streak Finally Snaps with Loss At Home, After Defeating Islanders

Cary, NC – This weekend looked like another continuation of the Carolina Hurricanes’ historic winning streak after a victory over the Islanders at home, but it all ended in one shot after a narrow loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets.

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Carolina Hurricanes

Canes Still Undefeated, Beat Tampa Bay, 4-3 in OT

Cary, NC – You couldn’t ask for a worse weekend, playing two of the top teams in the NHL in back-to-back games with the strongest team on paper, the opponent less than 24 hours after the previous game. But these are the Carolina Hurricanes, who continue to impress hockey-smart people every game with their Rod Brind’Amour style of hockey: fast, continuous forechecking, continuous coverage and playing a full 200-foot game by every skater, every shift.

After once again starting out with the lead, they once again found themselves down by two goals but ended up with a 4-3 overtime win on a Jaccob Slavin goal.

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