As the puck dropped on the 2019-2020 NHL season, expectations were placed on the Carolina Hurricanes to follow up a year where they reached the Eastern Conference Finals with an equally good, or better, second act. And for most of the season, the Canes not only proved their miracle run last …
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What do you need to play a sport? Well, obviously you need at least one person or entity. Then, depending on the sport, you might not need more than yourself and maybe some equipment, like a bat or a racket, or maybe a computer and program for some esports. But one very common element in a lot of sports is the presence of a ball.
During the league’s continued suspension, the Carolina Hurricanes signed college seniors David and Jason Cotton, both forwards, to deals after their collegiate careers came to a close with the cancellation of the rest of the NCAA D1 men’s hockey season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The National Hockey League has opted to pause the 2019-20 season temporarily amid the growing concern and spread of the COVID-19 virus.
The Carolina Hurricanes have had a mixed bag when it comes to this season. There have been highs, a 5-0-0 start and a 4-0-1 West Coast road trip, but there have also been plenty of lows, injury problems and struggles against their own division.
With a great opportunity to move back into a playoff spot and try to beat some of the hopefuls away, the Carolina Hurricanes dropped yet another home game. In front of their 12th sold-out crowd, the Canes lost their fourth straight home game in wrenching fashion to the Colorado Avalanche 3-2 at PNC Arena Friday night.
Hurricanes left wing Teuvo Teravainen celebrates a goal that tied the game versus the Avalanche on Friday, Feb. 28, 2020 at PNC Arena. Teravainen had two goals on five shots in the 3-2 loss to the Colorado Avalanche.