With many returning to Hurricanes hockey for the start of the season, this week’s Sunday Canes Chronicle offers a nice sampling of fresh new articles paired in most cases with a complementary post from over the summer at Canes and Coffee to help catch up those who were away.


Eric Tulsky and the role of data analytics for the Hurricanes

Ben Pope from the News & Observer profiles Hurricanes data analyst Eric Tulsky.

Back in July, I wrote about the advantage that I thought the Hurricanes had in terms of analytics and the incredibly important people part of integrating and leveraging this new skill set into an NHL organization.


Carolina Hurricanes prospects

Kevin LeBlanc from Canes Country provided a great summary of the whereabouts and status for all of the Hurricanes prospects below the AHL level.

A menu of 15 Hurricanes prospect profile articles with paired interviews (1 from an analyst/scout writer and 1 from a coach when possible) can be found inside the most recent ‘back to school’ entry for Nicolas Roy.


2016-17 Carolina Hurricanes season previews

Brett Finger from The Hockey Writers offers a thorough 2016-17 Hurricanes season preview.

Scott Burnside from ESPN.com previews the Hurricanes 2016-17 season, and you will like what he predicts for the team’s place in the standings.

Last week’s Sunday Canes Chronicle featured a broader round up of Hurricanes season preview articles.


The fourth line and Jay McClement

A well-timed article by Cane-alytics at Section 328 as Coach Bill Peters works to finalize his lineup puts numbers behind the growing opinion that Jay McClement might not be among the Hurricanes 12 best forwards.

Recently, I included tinkering with the fourth line in my ‘If I was Bill Peters…’ article.


Go Canes!

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