The coach talks about each of the additions the Hurricanes made during their busy offseason.
The Hurricanes’ head coach sits down with Canes Country to reflect on last season, break down the Hurricanes’ busy offseason and look ahead to the upcoming training camp and season.
Hurricanes also announce hockey operations changes
Also gets three-year contract after guiding Carolina to first division title since 2005-06
Rod Brind’Amour of the Carolina Hurricanes, Dean Evason of the Minnesota Wild and Joel Quenneville of the Florida Panthers are the three finalists for the 2020‑21 Jack Adams Award.
After leading the Carolina Hurricanes to a momentous, come-from-behind victory to win their first-round playoff series against Nashville, coach Rod Brind’Amour had one more thing to ask of his players.
Editorial: John Hynes and Rod Brind’Amour’s different approaches to adversity yield different results
The Predators and Hurricanes coaches have taken a different approach this season when it comes to how their team deals with adversity. The results are starting to speak for themselves.
Carolina Hurricanes coach Rod Brind’Amour can stand behind the home bench at PNC Arena, look up and see his old jersey hanging in the rafters. Fittingly, it’s close to the 2006 Stanley Cup banner.
Each month we’ll give a shout out to one NHL team’s coaching staff for pulling out ahead of the pack. The month of March 2021 goes to the Carolina Hurricanes coaching staff!
Skyler Brind’Amour and his dad hopped in their car and pulled out of the driveway after a long round of golf. They flipped the radio to the NHL Network and heard it:
“The Edmonton Oilers select Skyler Brind’Amour.”
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Are the Hurricanes prepared to move forward without Justin Williams? How close are they to their goal of winning the Stanley Cup? We cover those and more as we wrap up our interview.