Jeff Skinner scored the winner and Anton Khudobin made 41 saves to lead the Carolina Hurricanes to a 3-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night.
Brayden McNabb had two goals and an assist to lead the Buffalo Sabres to a 5-2 preseason victory over the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday night.
Sean Collins scored with 13:34 left and the Columbus Blue Jackets beat the Carolina Hurricanes 5-4 in an exhibition game Wednesday night.
The Carolina Hurricanes opened preseason camp Thursday by filling a gaping hole on the blue line when general manager Jim Rutherford announced that free-agent defenseman Ron Hainsey had agreed to a one-year, $2 million contract.
Duke loses another offensive tackle ... UNC's Roy Williams 'tired' of P.J. Hairston drama
Colts part ways with embattled former Riverside High star Weslye Saunders ... Peter Karmanos, Doug Weight named to U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame ...
NCCU football announces schedule change, moving game from Saturday Oct. 12 to Thursday Oct. 10 to accomodate national TV broadcast. Nov. 2 game will also be televised nationally.
Hurricanes to open regular season at home against Detroit on Friday, Oct. 4.
Hurricanes sign winger, goalie and defenseman to one-year, two-way deals ... More ...
Ex-UNC ace Matt Harvey to sit out scheduled start for Mets Saturday with blister, putting him among top candidates to start for NL in Tuesday's MLB All-Star Game.
The Carolina Hurricanes opened free agency by giving one-year contracts to veteran defenseman Mike Komisarek and backup goalie Anton Khudobin.
The deals announced Friday will pay Komisarek $700,000 and Khudobin $800,000.
Carolina drafts Elias Lindholm, swaps McBain for Sekera with Buffalo
The Colorado Avalanche own the top pick in the NHL draft and a whole lot of options. Nathan MacKinnon and Seth Jones. Jonathan Drouin and Aleksander Barkov. They are the top candidates to go first Sunday at the Prudential Center.
NCCU's Willie Calvin wins MEAC high jump title
Each living honoree will speak at tonight’s North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet. When asked how long his speech will be, former North Carolina running back Kelvin Bryant chuckled.
“Not that long, trust me,” Bryant said. “It’s real short and straight to the point.”