Category Archives: Carolina Hurricanes

Caps Weather the Storm: Caps 3 / Canes 2 – SO

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Caps Picked Up Their Socks: Caps 3 / Canes 2

D.C. Sports Bog post on having to “pick up their socks”.

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Say Hello to Sixty Minutes of Quality Road Hockey

If you Tivo-ed last night’s 3-0 whitewashing of the Hurricanes in their home opener, hold onto it for a while. How elusive have three quality periods, stitched together in a single evening, proven for this hockey club since the start … Continue reading

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Neuvirth Pitches First NHL Shutout: Caps 3/ Canes 0

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Coach Boudreau in Carolina

Observations ranging from John Carlson’s first goal, the sleepy start last night, lineup decisions, and more Continue reading

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There’s an Institutional Fight to These ‘Canes

A near 100-point team, hosting a hopeless, 60-point team, ought to win comfortably, no? Not when the underdog is the Carolina Hurricanes and the favored adversary is the Caps. The ‘Canes, no matter the month in the calendar, no matter … Continue reading

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Czechmate: Caps 4 / Canes 3 – OT

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‘Deep Depth’ Will Armor the Caps’ Postseason

Think back to the glaring vulnerabilities the Washington Capitals tried to hide against the Pittsburgh Penguins last May. Mike Green was pretty beat up, really a shell of his dynamic, record-setting norm, and the Caps played him as if he … Continue reading

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Caps Get A Walker For Basically Nothing

The Caps made what most people feel is the first of two or more trades today sending a 7th round pick in the 2010 draft to Carolina for forward Scott Walker. From TSN: In 32 games this season, the 36-year-old … Continue reading

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Backpacking Through Europe, NHL-Style

Six teams will be starting their seasons with games in Europe for the 2010/11 season. The NHLPA announced today the following games: Continue reading

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