All teams face adversity, but in Carolina, it's different because the Canes are family -- albeit a not-so-happy one at the moment.
The Carolina Hurricanes will keep their coaching staff together after their run to the Eastern Conference finals.
One of the big reasons the Canes have reached three conference finals since 2002? Loyalty. From the top on down, players and personnel seem to come home to Carolina.
Petr Sykora scored two goals, Sidney Crosby had four assists and the Penguins routed Carolina 5-2 to spoil the start of Paul Maurice's second stint coaching the slumping Hurricanes.
Jim Wilkie looks at the fantasy effect of the coaching change in Carolina.
The Carolina Hurricanes have fired coach Peter Laviolette, just two years after winning the Stanley Cup, according to multiple media reports.
New coach Peter Laviolette is looking to shift Carolina to a more aggressive approach.
Brad Richards scored in the first period, and Nikolai Khabibulin allowed just one goal against the Carolina Hurricanes for a third straight game in a 1-1 tie Wednesday night.
There's plenty of help out there. It's just a matter of picking up the phone.
Despite reaching the finals, the Hurricanes and coach Paul Maurice still have their detractors.
Paul Maurice deserves a lot of the credit for getting the 'Canes to the Stanley Cup finals.
After missing the playoffs, the reorganized 'Canes could storm the East again this season.
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