Hailing from Raleigh, North Carolina the Carolina Huricanes have been a team in the NHL since 1979. The Carolina Huricanes are one of the only teams located on the East Coast south of New England. They have won one Stanley Cup, in 2006, and 2 Conference championships in 2002 and 2006. They play in the Metropolitan Division as well as the Eastern Conference. Sporting red, white, and black, the Carolina Hurricanes represent the mid-atlantic states in the National Hockey League.
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Being one of the newer teams in the NHL, the Hurricanes joined the league in 1979 as the Hartford Whalers. After rebranding themselves, they won their first and only Stanley Cup in 2006. In the past 5 years, the Huricanes have not qualified for the playoffs. In the 2015-2016 regular season they finished 18th in the league, 10th in the Eastern Conference, and 6th in the Metropoitan division.
The Hurricane's main strenghts are their unique players, especially their centers. Moreover, their strong defensemen also give them an edge of their opponents. The main weaknesses of the Hurricane's are their weak forwards and the lack of diversity in their goalies. The Hurricanes have not done well in the past five years, meaning that the potential for improvement is possible.
Usually, the Hurricanes score 2.4 goals for the team per game. This number contrasts with the goals against the Hurricanes per game which is 2.7. These numbers show the tough times that the Hurricanes have had in recent years. One of the Hurricane's key player is Jeff Skinner, the teams point leader and goal leader.
The success of the hurricanes lays in the hads of their players. With a young team that is full of potential, the Hurricaned could become a force to be reckoned with. Since the Hurricanes are familliar with the bottom if the league standings, the only way to go is up.