Carolina Hurricanes general manager had a smile on his face and said the news all Canes fans wanted to hear.
“We’ve reached a contract extension (three years) with Rod Brind’Amour. We truly believe we are heading in the right direction.”
Brind’Amour is one of the best guys I’ve ever covered as a
The Carolina Hurricanes beat the New York Rangers 3-2 in Game One of their Stanley Cup Qualifier. Two young players who stood out for them were Andrei Svechnikov (2nd overall pick in the 2018 NHL Draft) and Martin Necas (12th overall in 2017). Necas was credited with the third goal
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These are my rankings. This isn’t a mock draft. If I haven’t seen enough of a player, I don’t put them on my list. This is an early list that will change.
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I had a chance to take in a few games yesterday and here are some of the highlights. They’re all 2018 draft eligible with the exception of Hughes and Honka:
1) Andrei Svechnikov – 6-2, 188 – RW - He had a pretty goal on a one-timer. He really looks good
Andrei Svechnikov is a 2018 draft eligible star who currently plays for the Barrie Colts. He’s had quite the season even though he suffered a broken hand early on. In 16 games, he has 14 goals and 21 points. He was once thought of as the potential first overall selection