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Any chance for success rests with Martin Gerber, a career backup out to prove he's a No. 1 goalie
10 Carolina Hurricanes
Since the day in March '91 when Ron Francis was traded fromHartford to Pittsburgh, the star-crossed franchise has movedfrom Connecticut to North Carolina.
21 Carolina Hurricanes An injury-plagued team that went from Cup finalist to league's worst tries to bounce back
To that end, coach Paul Maurice put the club through hourlong drills that left many players doubled over with fatigue. Jeff O'Neill, Carolina's leading scorer last ...
NATURAL DISASTER THE HURRICANES HAVE STORMED INTO NORTH CAROLINA, BUT THEY HAVEN'T BLOWN ANYONE AWAY
They are constantly asked how they like their newhome in North Carolina, and the players formerly known as theHartford Whalers can give only ...
16 CAROLINA HURRICANES THEY'D BE BETTER OFF IF THEY PLAYED IN THE ACC
In May the Raleigh News & Observer asked its readers whether they approved of the proposed name, Carolina Hurricanes, for the city's new ...
19 Carolina Hurricanes
For two long years, as Carolina coach Paul Maurice made the 160-mile round- trip commute between Raleigh and Greensboro for. Hurricanes ...
Soul on Ice
A growing number of black players are making their mark in a league that until recently has been known for its insensitivity.
Stone-cold Wonderful For Donnie MacMillan, there is nothing finer than to be Carolina's king of ice
In the north lot at the Entertainment and Sports Arena (ESA) inRaleigh, where the Carolina Hurricanes park their cars and thetelecasters park ...
No Team Was Ever Higher
Aroused Miami climbed all over mighty Nebraska in the Orange Bowl to lay claim to the 1984 national championship
Puncher's Chance The underrated Hurricanes are bona fide contenders, but they'll be overmatched when they slug it out with the mighty Wings
This is a bedtime version ofthe 2002 Stanley Cup finals between the Detroit Red Wings (hare)and the Carolina Hurricanes (tortoise), and it ...