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Chuck Kaiton, radio voice of the Carolina Hurricanes, answers your questions and interviews players. Also available via podcast.
Wednesday, 07.20.2016 / 3:15 PM
of the Ontario Hockey League. Kuokkanen was London’s first-round pick in the CHL Import Draft, and he’ll begin his journey to North America after logging 53 points (22g, 31a) in 47 games with Karpat’s Jr. club in the 2015-16 season.
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With both Cam Ward
Monday, 06.27.2016 / 5:00 PM
The Hurricanes have already signed a trio of players, extending Joakim Nordstrom for two years and retaining Derek Ryan for one year and Cam Ward for two years.
Keep tabs on all Hurricanes movement this offseason with our player tracker (http://hurricanes.nhl.com/club/page.htm?id=90284), and get a visual look at players under contract with the organization with our contract chart (http
Saturday, 06.25.2016 / 12:00 AM
and makes good decisions with very few mistakes. In today’s NHL, you have to have defenders who can think. You have to be able to move the puck and make plays.”
“I’m a two-way defenseman who can play big minutes against the other team’s top guys,” said Bean, whose favorite NHL player to watch is Cam Fowler of the Anaheim Ducks. “I’m a guy who sees the ice really well and can make a good first pass
Thursday, 06.16.2016 / 6:15 PM
An emotionally honest Cam Ward faced the media after the conclusion of the 2015-16 regular season, what might have been his final locker clean-out day with the Carolina Hurricanes. An unrestricted free agent-to-be, he made clear his preference to remain with the only team he’s ever known in his 11-season NHL career.
On Thursday, a half-month before he would have hit the open market, Ward re
Ron Francis speaks on the signing of Cam Ward and the future outlook in goal, as well as the assets for the team to utilize at the NHL Draft...
Thursday, 06.16.2016 / 11:15 AM
RALEIGH, NC – Ron Francis, Executive Vice President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that the team has signed goaltender Cam Ward to a two-year contract extension. The deal will pay Ward $3.5 million in the 2016-17 season and $3.1 million in 2017-18.
“Cam has been a major face of the Hurricanes both on the ice and in our community for more
Thursday, 06.09.2016 / 4:00 PM
positive. Nothing I’d be concerned about based on our meeting.”
On a new contract for Victor Rask, who is a restricted free agent: “We are in talks, yes.”
On Cam Ward’s future: “I think we’ll make a decision fairly soon in that regard. When we look at Cam, part of my job is making sure I go through the meetings with my pro (scouting) guys and assessing what’s out there in the free agent market
Wednesday, 06.08.2016 / 11:45 AM
of Eric Staal and Cam Ward coming off the books, freeing up a good chunk of money to spend at their discretion.
That flexibility in spending is going to create a fascinating environment come July 1. The Hurricanes are going to need to spend some money, and there will likely be some key names available. Steven Stamkos is the undisputed prize of the free agent market, considering his elite skill set
Wednesday, 06.01.2016 / 3:55 PM
with the draft and free agency and in the not-so-distant future with the 2016-17 regular season.
On Ron Francis and potential trades at the draft: “Just watch him work the magic. … Whatever is going to make us better. I think Ronnie’s got a real good handle of what’s going on.”
On if he gets the impression Cam Ward wants to remain with the Hurricanes: “I get that impression, for sure. Why wouldn’t you want
Friday, 04.22.2016 / 2:15 PM
them (Slavin, Hanifin and Pesce) was their maturity, not only on the ice but off the ice, too,” Canes’ goaltender Cam Ward said. “That’s how you know those kids are for real. They’ll be big parts of this organization for a longtime, and I had fun playing with them.”
Slavin said that he learned a lot about routines from watching the veteran guys and learned to work towards getting better each day