The first two games of the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship showcased goals by two of Carolina's rising stars, Elias Lindholm and Sebastian Aho. Aho opened up the scoring less than three minutes into the first period to give Finland an early 1-0 lead over Belarus. The young Hurricane also tacked on an assist later in the… Continue reading Aho and Lindholm Shine in IIHF World Championship
Match Preview: Breaking Down Boston Opponent: Boston Breakers (2-1-0) When: Sunday, May 7th @ 6:00 pm Where: Jordan Field, Boston MA How to Watch: (In USA) go90 app or go90 website, (Internationally) NWSL website Preview On Sunday the number one North Carolina Courage (3-0-0) will travel to Boston to take on the second place… Continue reading Match Preview: Breaking Down Boston
On Sunday, October 9th, the Western New York Flash won the NWSL Championship in penalty kicks after an improbable trip to the playoffs. The Flash failed to win 7 consecutive games at the end of the 2016 season before winning their final game to clench the 4th seed in the playoffs. The Flash beat the… Continue reading Meet the North Carolina Courage
Courage Parker Cleveland, from Dirty South Soccer, analyzes the Courage's dominating performance over the Orlando Pride. MLSmultiplex writer Eric Harris takes you around the NWSL in his Week 3 Roundup. To the surprise of absolutely no one, The Courage still hold the top spot in the NWSL. NCFC Austin da Luz, NCFC midfielder and founder of… Continue reading Link Roundup: Courage Cruise, #TeamTurbo, Scott Darling and more.
To anybody remotely following the Carolina Hurricanes this season the team's goaltending woes were a major issue. Besides the month of November where someone replaced Cam Ward with a Westworld android, the Hurricanes' goalies were the worst in the league. Eddie Lack and Ward were respectively the seventh and eleventh worst goalies by save… Continue reading The Good and the Bad of the Scott Darling Trade
Well, it (kinda) happened. The Hurricanes (kinda) solved their goalie woes when they traded for the rights to Chicago Blackhawk’s goalie, Scott Darling, in exchange for a third round pick. With the trade, Carolina has exclusive bargaining rights with Darling until July 1st. If no deal is reached, the 28-year-old netminder will become an unrestricted… Continue reading Canes (kinda) Trade for Scott Darling.
Note: This is the second in a series of posts that will prove that Jeff Skinner, unlike Joe Flacco, is an elite talent. These stats are only for regular season play. Poor Jeffrey has never seen postseason action in the NHL. 2016-2017 Odds and Ends Skinner scored more even strength goals this season than Nathan MacKinnon… Continue reading Jeff Skinner is Elite: Volume Two