You know I’m a dreamer

But my heart’s of gold

I had to run away high

So I wouldn’t come home low

Ahhh…The 80’s and rock ballads. They were……something….something unique.


After a 6-game, 2-week road trip to start the season while the North Carolina State Fair was in town, the Hurricanes finally played home hockey on Friday, and the results were fantabulous. If you did not attend the game and did not hear about it, the recap is here.

For your game day reading, today’s Sunday Canes Chronicle is a miscellaneous collection with a few articles paired up with complementary articles from Canes and Coffee.


Cam Ward and Eddie Lack

Prior to Ward’s strong outing and win on Friday, Ben Pope from Today’s Slapshot detailed the struggles of the Hurricanes goalies through 6 games on the road.

Also this week, Cory Fogg from here at CandC neatly chronicled Cam Ward’s career in a Hurricanes sweater and his journey from rookie up until now.


Hurricanes prospect Hudson Elynuik

Joe Everson from the Spokane Chiefs web site profiled Hudson Elynuik this week as part of his ‘Meet the Chiefs’ series.

Back in September Canes and Coffee profiled Elynuik with interviews from his WHL coach and a WHL writer. You will like who his coach noted as an NHL comparable in terms of style of play.


Bill Peters on Canes early-season struggles

He was a bit evasive in parts, but this short 4-minute media interview from a media scrum that was posted by the News & Observer offers some insight into where Bill Peter’s head was at after the 6-game road trip.

Some of Peters’ thoughts line up pretty well with my daily post from about 24 hours earlier, and I do not need to keep things close to vest and be evasive with some details.


Inside the lineup

Matt Barlowe from Cardiac Cane offered his thoughts and analysis on the Hurricanes power play which has been a strength so far this season.

Kyle Morton from Canes Country offers a stats-driven analysis of how Peters should pair up the Canes defensemen.


Go Canes!



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