Jay Harrison


Carolina Hurricanes Gameday: Important Pair of Games Left Before Break

By Michael Smith RALEIGH, NC Feb. 7, 2014 – Two games separate the Carolina Hurricanes from the Olympic break, and it’s a set of two very important games as it relates to the standings and playoff positioning. The Hurricanes come into Friday’s contest versus the Florida Panthers sitting in sixth […]


Canes Activate Harrison from Injured Reserve

Cam Ward placed on injured reserve retroactive to Dec. 31 By Ken Preston RALEIGH, NC January 5, 2013 – Jim Rutherford, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that the team has activated defenseman Jay Harrison from injured reserve. The team also placed goaltender […]


Carolina Hurricanes Assign Khudobin to Charlotte

Jay Harrison placed on injured reserve with a concussion By Terrell Williams RALEIGH, NC December 27, 2013 – Jim Rutherford, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, announced today that the team has activated goaltender Anton Khudobin (hoo-DOH-bihn) from injured reserve and assigned him to Charlotte […]


Canes Recall Forward Zach Boychuk

Forward earned an assist in team’s victory Friday night By Terrell Williams RALEIGH, NC December 7, 2013 – Jim Rutherford, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that the team has reassigned forward Zach Boychuk to the Charlotte Checkers of the American Hockey League […]


Big second period helps Hurricanes handle Capitals

Adam Vingan – NHL.com Correspondent WASHINGTON, DC December 3, 2013 – The Carolina Hurricanes had lost six of eight entering their game against the Washington Capitals on Tuesday and face a stretch of six of seven on the road, so they were in need of some positive momentum to carry […]


Carolina Hurricanes November 2013 Monthly Report

By Michael Smith RALEIGH, NC November 30, 2013 – Taken as a whole, the month of November was a mixed bag for the Carolina Hurricanes. There were some good elements – stringing together a 4-0-1 homestand, topping some of the league’s best teams, finding ways to grind out low-scoring games, […]


Persistence in the Face of Adversity for the Carolina Hurricanes

By Michael Smith RALEIGH, NC November 4, 2013 – Persistence. It has been a word often tossed around in the Carolina Hurricanes dressing room during the last week as the team searches for answers on how to break what is now a five-game losing skid. As oxymoronic as it may […]


Totally Radek-Al

Radek Dvorak nets the winner as Canes down Flyers, 2-1 Michael Smith Raleigh, NC October 6, 2013 – The Carolina Hurricanes came away from Friday’s game against Detroit pleased with the effort but disappointed with the result. Tonight, they come away pleased with both, as they topped the Philadelphia Flyers […]


Does Hybrid Icing Pass the Test?

By Michael Smith Raleigh, NC September 25, 2013 – It’s hard to argue against safety. That seems to be the consensus in the Carolina Hurricanes locker room when it comes to hybrid icing, which is currently being tested in the preseason and could be implemented in the regular season, pending […]


Carolina Hurricanes Sign Two on First Day of Free Agency

By Michael Smith Raleigh, NC July 5, 2013 – A week ago, Carolina Hurricanes President and General Manager Jim Rutherford had a specific set of goals: draft an elite player and acquire a top-four defenseman. He ended up doing that – and more. After selecting forward Elias Lindholm fifth overall […]