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Carolina Hurricanes

Hurricanes resume play after four days off

The Carolina Hurricanes had four days off to regroup for their final push toward the playoff. Tonight, they'll see if the time off helped. Full story...

Thrashers 3 Hurricanes 1

Marian Hossa scored his 37th and 38th goals of the season as Atlanta beat Carolina 3-to-1. Ilya Kovalchuk snapped a one-all tie in the second period with his 34th goal, beating John Grahame on a power play. Full story...

Hurricanes face Penguins as bid for playoffs continue

As Stanley Cup champions, the Carolina Hurricanes are expected to defend their title. But unless they improve their play down the stretch, they may not have the chance. Full story...

Senators 2 Hurricanes 0

Dany Heatley scored his team-high 38th goal and Ray Emery earned his fifth shutout of the season as Ottawa beat Carolina 2-to-0. Full story...

Hurricanes try to gain ground in road test at Ottawa

When the night started, the Carolina Hurricanes were clinging to the eighth spot in the NHL's Eastern Conference playoffs and facing the Ottawa Senators. Full story...

Senators 4, Hurricanes 2

Wade Redden snapped a two-all tie with four-48 remaining as Ottawa pulled out a 4-to-2 win at Carolina. Full story...

Hurricanes quiet as trade deadline passes

The Carolina Hurricanes failed to pull the trigger on any last-minute trades today. The defending Stanley Cup champions remained content to keep their ten NHL-caliber defensemen in the fold and allowed the trading deadline to pass uneventfully. Full story...

Carolina still in the playoff hunt -- barely

The Carolina Hurricanes are still in the Eastern Conference playoff race, but by the slimmest margin. Full story...

Hurricanes acquire Carter from Columbus

The Carolina Hurricanes have acquired a scoring threat for their drive toward the NHL playoffs. The team picked up right wing Anson Carter from the Columbus Blue Jackets for a 2008 draft pick, giving the defending Stanley Cup champions some firepower to replace a pair of injured forwards. Full story...

Hurricanes recall Bayda again, this time to replace Cole

The Carolina Hurricanes sent Ryan Bayda to their Albany affiliate three days ago. Today, they've recalled him from the American Hockey League team. Bayda is joining the Hurricanes for the fourth time this season, and this time is replacing Erik Cole, who is on injured reserve with an injury to a hip muscle. Full story...