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.
The coach talks defense, goaltending and what will be different about the 2020-21 season.
The Hurricanes head coach sits down with Canes Country to reflect on the end of the season and what he’s looking for when the new year gets underway.
It had been a decade since the Carolina Hurricanes made the post-season in 2009. The leading scorer on the team that season was Ray Whitney. Eric Staal was the leading goal scorer, and it was the last full season as captain of the team for Rod Brind’Amour.
When Rod Brind’Amour brought the Stanley Cup back to his hometown of Campbell River, BC, he gave a special coin to a close friend, Kim Wood, who has lived with cystic fibrosis her whole life. Here is their story.
Paul Maurice has a theory about the rhythm of a new hockey season.
The three coaches couldn’t be from more varied backgrounds.
What’s it like when NHL bench bosses catch up in the off-season? See the comradery between our coaches when they’re not battling it out behind the bench.
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