There is still a final home game remaining on Sunday, but this Sunday’s Canes Chronicle finds the Hurricanes already assured of their first winning week of the season with wins on Tuesday and Friday. The winning week comes on the heels of consecutive 1-1-1 weeks to start November, so the trend is positive and the team seems to be getting its feet underneath them for the 2016-17 season.

This week’s Canes Chronicle featured a collection of articles on the youth movement


The Carolina Hurricanes schedule

Andrew Schnittker from the Technician looks ahead at the Hurricanes schedule and suggests that the stretch that the team is in the middle of could be critical to the 2016-17 season.

eatRaleigh wrote an incredibly good in-depth article on the new “Hurricanes Homegrown Series” which kicked off on Friday.


Carolina Hurricanes prospects

Kevin LeBlanc at Canes Country offers this check on the Hurricanes prospects in total.

Meanwhile, Matthew Barlowe from Fansided’s Cardiac Cane checks in on the Hurricanes goalie prospects.


Canes listening pleasure

If you are not one of the regular Caniac listeners and/or just missed it during a busy week, Section 328’s latest podcast can be found here for your listening pleasure.

CanesVision had this update from Coach Bill Peters on his team between the San Jose and Montreal wins.


Roster/player challenges especially in #6 defense slot

Ben Pope from The Hockey Writers offers his viewpoint on Matt Tennyson who is the latest to get a look in the #6 defense slot.

Luke DeCock from the News & Observer suggests that the speedy arrival and then departure of Jakub Nakladal more than an insignificant foot note.

Finally, Jared Clinton from The Hockey News writes about the healthy scratch of 2015-16 phenom Shayne Gostisbehere suggesting that even good young players should not necessarily be exempt from being benched if not playing well.


Go Canes!

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