Carolina Hurricanes Lines

The Carolina Hurricanes started their existence as the Hartford Whalers, a much beloved team that was relocated due to financial issues in 1997. After moving, the Canes managed to build a championship team less than a decade later, much to the chagrin of New England hockey fans. Lately, Carolina Hurricanes lines reflect the fact that they’re in a rebuild phase, trading away one of the last remaining stars from their Cup winning squad.

Carolina Hurricanes Next Game

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Carolina Hurricanes Score

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September 2019 (6)
Tue 17 Canes 3 - 0 Lightning +165 -179
Wed 18 Lightning 0 - 2 Canes +175 -185
Sat 21 Canes 2 - 3 Caps +140 -141
Wed 25 Canes 0 - 3 Preds +180 -204
Fri 27 Preds 2 - 1 Canes +140 -161
Sun 29 Caps 4 - 3 Canes +110 -123
October 2019 (12)
Thu 3 Reg. MD1 Habs 3 - 3 Canes +145 -156
Sat 5 Reg. MD1 Canes 3 - 2 Caps +102 -116
Sun 6 Reg. MD1 Lightning 3 - 4 Canes -118 +105
Tue 8 Reg. MD2 Canes 6 - 3 Florida Panthers +108 -123
Fri 11 Reg. MD2 Isles 2 - 5 Canes +160 -175
Sat 12 Reg. MD2 Jackets 3 - 2 Canes +190 -213
Tue 15 Reg. MD3 Canes 2 - 0 Kings -164 +150
Wed 16 Reg. MD3 Canes 2 - 5 San Jose Sharks +120 -133
Fri 18 Reg. MD3 Canes 2 - 4 Anaheim Ducks -123 +105
Thu 24 Reg. MD4 Canes 19:00 Jackets
Sat 26 Reg. MD4 Hawks 13:00 Canes
Tue 29 Reg. MD5 Calgary Flames 19:00 Canes
November 2019 (15)
Fri 1 Reg. MD5 Red Wings 19:30 Canes
Sat 2 Reg. MD5 Devils 19:00 Canes
Tue 5 Reg. MD6 Canes 19:00 Flyers
Thu 7 Reg. MD6 Rangers 19:00 Canes
Sat 9 Reg. MD6 Canes 19:00 Ottawa Senators
Mon 11 Reg. MD7 Ottawa Senators 19:00 Canes
Thu 14 Reg. MD7 Canes 19:00 Buffalo Sabres
Sat 16 Reg. MD7 Canes 14:00 Minnesota Wild
Tue 19 Reg. MD8 Canes 20:30 Hawks
Thu 21 Reg. MD8 Flyers 19:00 Canes
Sat 23 Reg. MD8 Florida Panthers 19:00 Canes
Sun 24 Reg. MD8 Canes 19:00 Red Wings
Wed 27 Reg. MD9 Canes 19:00 Rangers
Fri 29 Reg. MD9 Preds 19:30 Canes
Sat 30 Reg. MD9 Canes 19:00 Lightning
December 2019 (13)
Tue 3 Reg. MD10 Canes 19:00 Boston Bruins
Thu 5 Reg. MD10 San Jose Sharks 19:00 Canes
Sat 7 Reg. MD10 Minnesota Wild 19:00 Canes
Tue 10 Reg. MD11 Canes 21:00 Edmonton Oilers
Thu 12 Reg. MD11 Canes 22:00 Canucks
Sat 14 Reg. MD11 Canes 16:00 Calgary Flames
Tue 17 Reg. MD12 Canes 20:00 Winnipeg Jets
Thu 19 Reg. MD12 Canes 21:00 Avs
Sat 21 Reg. MD12 Florida Panthers 19:00 Canes
Mon 23 Reg. MD13 Canes 14:00 Leafs
Fri 27 Reg. MD13 Canes 19:00 Rangers
Sat 28 Reg. MD13 Caps 19:00 Canes
Tue 31 Reg. MD14 Habs 19:00 Canes
January 2020 (11)
Fri 3 Reg. MD14 Caps 19:30 Canes
Sun 5 Reg. MD14 Lightning 17:00 Canes
Tue 7 Reg. MD15 Flyers 19:00 Canes
Fri 10 Reg. MD15 Arizona Coyotes 19:30 Canes
Sat 11 Reg. MD15 Kings 19:00 Canes
Mon 13 Reg. MD16 Canes 19:00 Caps
Thu 16 Reg. MD16 Canes 19:00 Jackets
Fri 17 Reg. MD16 Anaheim Ducks 19:30 Canes
Sun 19 Reg. MD16 Isles 17:00 Canes
Tue 21 Reg. MD17 Winnipeg Jets 19:00 Canes
Fri 31 Reg. MD18 Knights 19:30 Canes
February 2020 (13)
Sun 2 Reg. MD18 Canucks 14:00 Canes
Tue 4 Reg. MD19 Canes 20:00 St. Louis Blues
Thu 6 Reg. MD19 Canes 21:00 Arizona Coyotes
Sat 8 Reg. MD19 Canes 22:00 Knights
Tue 11 Reg. MD20 Canes 20:30 Dallas Stars
Fri 14 Reg. MD20 Devils 19:30 Canes
Sun 16 Reg. MD20 Edmonton Oilers 16:00 Canes
Tue 18 Reg. MD21 Canes 20:00 Preds
Fri 21 Reg. MD21 Rangers 19:30 Canes
Sat 22 Reg. MD21 Canes 19:00 Leafs
Tue 25 Reg. MD22 Dallas Stars 19:00 Canes
Fri 28 Reg. MD22 Avs 19:30 Canes
Sat 29 Reg. MD22 Canes 19:00 Habs
March 2020 (16)
Thu 5 Reg. MD23 Canes 19:00 Flyers
Sat 7 Reg. MD23 Canes 13:00 Isles
Sun 8 Reg. MD23 Canes 13:30 Pens
Tue 10 Reg. MD24 Canes 19:30 Red Wings
Thu 12 Reg. MD24 Canes 19:00 Devils
Sat 14 Reg. MD24 Pens 19:00 Canes
Sun 15 Reg. MD24 Canes 17:00 Buffalo Sabres
Tue 17 Reg. MD25 Buffalo Sabres 19:00 Canes
Thu 19 Reg. MD25 St. Louis Blues 19:00 Canes
Sat 21 Reg. MD25 Ottawa Senators 19:00 Canes
Sun 22 Reg. MD25 Canes 17:00 Isles
Tue 24 Reg. MD26 Canes 19:00 Pens
Thu 26 Reg. MD26 Leafs 19:00 Canes
Sat 28 Reg. MD26 Pens 13:00 Canes
Sun 29 Reg. MD26 Canes 15:00 Devils
Tue 31 Reg. MD27 Boston Bruins 19:00 Canes
April 2020 (2)
Fri 3 Reg. MD27 Jackets 19:30 Canes
Sat 4 Reg. MD27 Canes 19:00 Boston Bruins

Carolina Hurricanes Standings

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1 Colorado Avalanche Colorado Avalanche 15 8 5 0 35 21
2 Buffalo Sabres Buffalo Sabres 15 9 5 1 34 21
3 Edmonton Oilers Edmonton Oilers 14 8 6 1 31 20
4 Anaheim Ducks Anaheim Ducks 12 8 6 2 22 14
5 Boston Bruins Boston Bruins 12 8 5 1 22 18
6 Pittsburgh Penguins Pittsburgh Penguins 12 9 5 3 32 23
7 Washington Capitals Washington Capitals 12 9 4 2 31 28
8 Vegas Golden Knights Vegas Golden Knights 12 9 5 3 32 21
9 Carolina Hurricanes Carolina Hurricanes 12 9 3 3 30 25
10 Toronto Maple Leafs Toronto Maple Leafs 11 9 4 3 35 31
11 New York Islanders New York Islanders 10 8 2 3 21 20
12 Montreal Canadiens Montreal Canadiens 10 8 3 2 31 26
13 Arizona Coyotes Arizona Coyotes 9 7 4 2 21 13
14 Nashville Predators Nashville Predators 9 8 4 3 32 31
15 St. Louis Blues St. Louis Blues 9 8 3 2 24 29
16 Tampa Bay Lightning Tampa Bay Lightning 9 8 3 3 29 27
17 Florida Panthers Florida Panthers 9 8 2 2 26 31
18 Calgary Flames Calgary Flames 9 9 3 4 24 26
19 Vancouver Canucks Vancouver Canucks 8 7 2 3 22 15
20 Columbus Blue Jackets Columbus Blue Jackets 8 8 2 3 18 26
21 Winnipeg Jets Winnipeg Jets 8 9 2 5 27 33
22 San Jose Sharks San Jose Sharks 6 8 3 5 21 28
23 Detroit Red Wings Detroit Red Wings 6 8 3 5 19 28
24 Los Angeles Kings Los Angeles Kings 6 8 2 5 24 32
25 New Jersey Devils New Jersey Devils 6 8 2 4 19 31
26 Chicago Blackhawks Chicago Blackhawks 5 5 1 2 15 15
27 Philadelphia Flyers Philadelphia Flyers 5 6 2 3 15 19
28 Dallas Stars Dallas Stars 5 10 1 7 21 31
29 New York  Rangers New York Rangers 4 5 2 3 15 19
30 Ottawa Senators Ottawa Senators 3 7 1 5 16 27
31 Minnesota Wild Minnesota Wild 2 7 1 6 14 29

Carolina Hurricanes Record

May 6, 1997 was the day that Peter Karmanos revealed that the Whalers would move to Carolina. The team would take home their first division championship in 1998-99 and earn a conference championship for the first time in franchise history in 2001-02. Backstopped by ascendant goalie Cam Ward, the Hurricanes won their first Stanley Cup in 2005-06. Formerly, as the Whalers, the team started as a professional squad in the WHA in 1972, becoming the first WHA team to perform well in the NHL during the 1979 season. 

After moving to Carolina, the Hurricanes managed to become fierce competitors in the conference in the early 2000s. However, the team never managed to recapture their peak, struggling to replace key pieces with ill-fated free agent signings and trades. Over the past few years, the Canes have resided mostly in the basement of the eastern conference, missing the playoffs for several consecutive years.

During their successful years, the Canes were characterized by having one of the deepest lineups down the middle, with the brothers Staal and other strong centres and defensemen making Carolina difficult to play against. Unfortunately for the franchise, pretty much everything that made them a remarkable franchise slowly drained away, partially due to an inability to rebuild through solid scouting and drafting. Making matters worse, the incredible goaltending they received during their Stanley Cup run never manifested again. 

At this point, the fate of the Hurricanes over the next few seasons will be decided by the quality of their draft picks. When teams miss the playoffs for five or more years consecutively, it typically signals difficulty with the management in charge of the franchise. In the Canes case, it may still take a few years to rebound from a “win now at all costs” philosophy that slowly deflated the team.