With October officially in the rear view mirror, we turn our sights to November. The 4-4-2 mark in October basically pushes the ball forward without much clarifying whether the 2017-18 Carolina Hurricanes can avoid digging a hole early in the season. As noted in today’s Daily Cup of Joe article, the road-heavy December schedule makes it even more critical that the Hurricanes at least tread water and ideally climb a few games above .500 in November.

The Thursday Coffee Shop considers November, its importance and the prospect of playing at least the first two games of it without Brett Pesce.


Carolina Hurricanes polls

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What are you thoughts on Brett Pesce's absence? (Choose as many as apply.)

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What is your target for "acceptable" for the next 10 games as the team heads into November?

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Discussion questions


1) Which player(s) are you looking for the lead the next step up from .500 hockey in November?


2) If you were Bill Peters, how would you configure and manage the blue line without Brett Pesce in the lineup?


3) What do you predict for November?


Go Canes!



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