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    Andrew Poturalski on Calder Cup Title | The Instigators Overtime Ep. 34

    Andrew Poturalski joined Brian Duff and Martin Biron for a bonus episode of The Instigators Overtime podcast. The Williamsville, NY native discussed recently captaining the Chicago Wolves to a Calder Cup championship and what Chicago is like as an AHL city. He describes his experience playing with the Carolina Hurricanes during the season, what continues to fuel his dream of being an NHL player and how he’s working hard to make that dream a reality. Poturalski looks at some of his career mentors, growing up a Sabres fan, his experience at Sabres development camp in 2015 and what he will be looking for in his next contract. He describes some relationships with teammates, what Alex Lyon was doing in the team photo and answered a few rapid fire questions about playing golf. Brian and Martin wrapped the pod discussing three sports they always wanted to play more of.

    Every Overtime Winner From 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    Watch All 15 overtime winners from the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs including series clinchers from Johnny Gaudreau, Artturi Lehkonen and many more!

    Every Overtime Winner From 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    Watch All 15 overtime winners from the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs including series clinchers from Johnny Gaudreau, Artturi Lehkonen and many more!

    Hurricanes win Stanley Cup | This Date in History #shorts

    On June 19, 2006, the Hurricanes won their first Stanley Cup in franchise history

    Stanley Cup Playoffs: Winning Moments from the 2000s

    From the New Jersey Devils and Detroit Red Wings winning two Stanley Cup championships to first-time winners in the Lightning, Hurricanes, and Ducks, take a look back at every Stanley Cup win from the 2000s.

    Rangers 6, Hurricanes 2

    Chris Kreider scored twice, Ryan Strome beat Pyotr Kochetkov just seconds after he came in for an injured Antti Raanta, and Igor Shesterkin made 37 saves as the Rangers downed the Hurricanes in Game 7 to advance to the Eastern Conference Final. NYR wins series 4-3.

    NYR 6, CAR 2

    Second Round, Gm 7: Rangers @ Hurricanes 5/30 | NHL Playoffs 2022

    Extended highlights of the New York Rangers at the Carolina Hurricanes

    NYR 6, CAR 2

    NHL Game 7 Highlights | Rangers vs. Hurricanes - May 30, 2022

    Igor Shesterkin turned away 37 shots, Chris Kreider scored two goals, and the New York Rangers eliminated the Carolina Hurricanes 6-2 in Game 7 to advance to the Eastern Conference Final.

    NYR 6, CAR 2

    Rangers And Hurricanes Exchange Handshakes Following Their Seven-Game Series

    Watch as the New York Rangers and the Carolina Hurricanes exchange handshakes after their seven-game series which saw the New York Rangers advance to the Eastern Conference Final of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

    NYR 6, CAR 2

    Rangers pull off another series comeback to reach Eastern Conference Final

    The Rangers edged the Hurricanes in Game 7 to set up an Eastern Conference Final clash with the Lightning. Jamie McLennan examines how New York was able to pull off another series comeback, and looks ahead to the star-studded matchup between the pipes as Igor Shesterkin and Andrei Vasilevskiy get set to go head-to-head.

    NYR 6, CAR 2

    Filip Chytil Shuts Down Hurricanes' Comeback Hopes With Quick Goal

    Watch as New York Rangers forward Filip Chytil scores just 40 seconds after Carolina Hurricanes defenceman Tony DeAngelo made it a three-goal game during the third period of Game 7.

    NYR 6, CAR 2

    Anthony DeAngelo Beats Igor Shesterkin To Put The Carolina Hurricanes On The Scoreboard In Game 7

    Watch as Anthony DeAngelo is able to beat Igor Shesterkin to put the Hurricanes on the scoreboard in the third period of Game 7.

    NYR 6, CAR 2

    Chris Kreider Powers Through Jaccob Slavin Before Backhanding Puck Past Pyotr Kochetkov

    Watch as New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider receives a pass from Frank Vatrano and races up the ice before powering past Carolina Hurricanes defenceman Jaccob Slavin and backhanding his second goal of Game 7 past Pyotr Kochetkov.

    NYR 6, CAR 2

    Ryan Strome Scores His Second Goal Of The Playoffs With A Blocker-Side Shot On Pyotr Kochetkov

    Watch as the Rangers get a two-on-one break only for Ryan Strome to score his second goal of these playoffs on backup goalie Pyotr Kochetkov.

    NYR 6, CAR 2

    Antti Raanta Exits Game 7 After Suffering Apparent Injury

    Watch as Carolina Hurricanes goaltender Antti Raanta suffers an apparent injury during the second period of Game 7 and is replaced by Pyotr Kochetkov.

    NYR 6, CAR 2

    Power Rankings: Making All-Star Picks for Every Team

    Ahead of the All-Star rosters announcement, picking the player on each team most deserving of a selection for the tournament.

    NHL Power Rankings: New Year’s Resolutions for Every Team

    Whether it’s fixing the power play or figuring out how to win on the road, there are plenty of goals for teams to set in 2022.View the original article to see embedded media.While the new year for the NHL started back in October, the fresh calendar still offers teams a chance to take stock of where they stand.

    Power Rankings: The NHL’s Naughty and Nice Lists

    Maple Leafs goalie Jack Campbell can expect to find a nicely wrapped gift under the tree, but Kings forward Brendan Lemieux should look for coal in his stocking.View the original article to see embedded media.With the NHL’s holiday break off to an early start, let’s also get a head start on naughty and nice lists for Santa Claus.

    NHL Power Rankings: Which MCU Superhero Best Represents Each Team?

    From Howard the Duck (Coyotes) to Captain Marvel (Panthers), ranking every NHL team and their Marvel superhero counterparts.View the original article to see embedded media.Avengers, assemble! The newest Spider-Man movie hits theaters Thursday, which naturally got us thinking about the intersection of superheroes and hockey.

    NHL Power Rankings: Can Anyone Keep Pace With Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl?

    The two stars are not just carrying the Oilers, but the NHL as a whole as the league’s point leaders.

    NHL Power Rankings: The Undefeated Hurricanes Look Like the Real Deal

    From the last winless team in the league to the only undefeated team, here’s how every NHL team stacks up at the start of November.View the original article to see embedded media.This last winless team in the NHL and the last undefeated team bookend this week’s power rankings.

    NHL Power Rankings: Which Undefeated Team Can Sustain Perfection the Longest?

    The Blues and Oilers continue to shoot up the standings, while the Hurricanes and Panthers remain firmly entrenched at the top.View the original article to see embedded media.Four teams remain undefeated after the first two weeks of the season.

    NHL Power Rankings: How Do Teams Stack Up After the First Week of the Season?

    What do we make of Buffalo’s impressive start? Plus, are the Panthers a legitimate threat to the Lightning’s divisional dominance?View the original article to see embedded media.Just as everyone expected, the Sabres—yes, the same Sabres who finished last season with a league-worst 15 wins—have been one of the hottest teams to start this season, undefeated through their first three games.

    Ovechkin's 2nd goal leads Capitals past Hurricanes 5-4 in OT

    The Washington Capitals felt they gave away two goals. Alex Ovechkin got them right back when it mattered most.

    WSH 5, CAR 4

    Scottie Upshall breaks tie, Blue beat Hurricanes 3-2

    Upshall broke a tie midway through the third and the St.

    CAR 2, STL 3

    Hurricanes beat Penguins 2-1 for 4th straight win

    A coaches' challenge wiped away the Carolina Hurricanes' first go-ahead goal. There was no doubting the second one.

    PIT 1, CAR 2


    Buffalo Sabres' Jack Eichel (15) handles the puck ahead of Carolina Hurricanes' Jeff Skinner (53) during the first period of an NHL hockey game in Raleigh, N.C., Saturday, Dec. 23, 2017. (AP Photo/Ben McKeown)