Following an injury-marred season that ended in disappointment, the Carolina Hurricanes are ready to regroup and make a run at the Stanley Cup Playoffs in 2015-16. Second-year coach Bill Peters should have a much more complete lineup in place when the ‘Canes take the ice this season, headlined by young stars such as Ryan Murphy, Victor Rask and captain Eric Staal. Although Carolina’s bracing for play in one of the NHL’s most grueling divisions, there’s no doubt that the talent is in place for a big turnaround this year. Follow the action firsthand with Carolina Hurricanes tickets, on sale today! You’ll always find great prices on the best seats here at Razorgator!
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9/14/15 - There’s no doubt that fans of the Carolina Hurricanes are ready to put last year behind them, one in which their home team mustered just a 30-41-11 regular season record. They picked up some help this week in the form of a pair of Chicago vets, forwards Joakim Nordstrom and Kris Versteeg. The ‘Canes gave up their third-round draft pick in 2017 to complete the deal, which shores up Carolina’s options on offense. Versteeg in particular had a quality 2014-15 season, posting 14 goals and 20 assists in 61 outings. Will the newcomers help give the Hurricanes the boost they need to compete in the Metropolitan Division? Find out firsthand starting this Wednesday with tickets for preseason action at PNC Arena! Get in the game for just $8!
4/6/15 - After winning against the Flyers on Saturday, April 4, The Carolina Hurricanes once again lost when they played against the Sabres on the 6th. After the Sabres had a 4-0 lead in the second period, the Hurricanes battled back to close the deficit. Patrick Dwyer was the first to get on the board, with a goal in the 18th minute of the second period. Alexander Semin and Eric Staal both scored in the third period, but they were unable to tie the game up. The Hurricanes only have a few games left in the season. They play the Red Wings in Detroit on the 7th, before heading to Philadelphia on the 9th (tickets start at $16) and then play their final game at home against the Red Wings again (tickets starting at $22).
3/30/15 - The Carolina Hurricanes narrowly lost against the Boston Bruins on Sunday March 29, which ended a possible winning streak before it began. Boston was the first to get on the board with an early goal, but Carolina was able to answer back in the second period. Nathan Gerbe scored with an assist by Chris Terry and Danny Biega during a delayed penalty against Torey Krug. Goalie Anton Khudobin made 28 saves to help keep the game close. Despite many close chances, the game remained tied through the rest of the regular play and went into overtime in which Boston was the only one to score, taking the win. However, the Hurricanes still got one point from the game. Their next game is against the Capitals on March 31, with tickets available with prices starting at $34.
3/23/15 - The Carolina Hurricanes lost another game, which makes a total of nine losses in the past 11 games. Despite the losing score, the Hurricanes played a good game against the Blackhawks. Goalie Anton Khudobin made 22 saves, helping to keep the game close. The Blackhawks scored twice in the first period. The Hurricanes worked hard to try to tie up the game, making 19 shots on goal during the second period. However, the Blackhawks' defense and goal tender prevented all but one goal. Victor Rask scored his 11th goal, helping to bring the game to a one-point difference. However, the Hurricanes were unable to score any more points, while the Blackhawks got one more in to win 3-1. The Hurricanes next face the Penguins at home on the 26th, with ticket prices starting at $21.
3/19/15 - The Carolina Hurricanes were unable to leave with a victory after facing the Ottawa Senators on the 17th. The game went into overtime, where Mark Stone scored to secure the win for the Senators. The Hurricanes started out with an early lead, when Elias Lindholm scored at 12:59 of the first period. This goal was answered late in the second period by the Senators, and after a scoreless third period, the teams battled it out during overtime. Although the Hurricanes did not leave with the win, coach Bill Peters felt it was an overall good game, with quality scoring chances and an exciting overtime. The Hurricanes next head to Montreal for a game against the Canadiens on the 19th (tickets starting at $100), before heading home to play the Rangers on the 21st (tickets starting at $32).
3/9/15 - The Carolina Hurricanes' series of home games has been rough so far. They have only managed to win one of the three games, losing to the Minnesota Wild on March 6th and the Columbus Blue Jackets on March 10th. You shouldn't count the Hurricanes out yet, however, because they beat the Edmonton Oilers with a whopping seven points. Elias Lindholm scored three times, Jeff Skinner added 2 points, and Eric Staal got four assists, bringing him to 24 for the season. Hopefully the Carolina Hurricanes can play like that in their two remaining games before they go back on the road. Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity. Tickets are still available for both games, the first of which can be purchased for only $8.
3/2/15 - Unfortunately, the Carolina Hurricanes ended their three-game winning streak on March 2nd with a 2-5 loss. Not including the most recent loss against the Chicago Blackhawks, the Hurricanes won five of their last seven games, easily the best they have played this season. Even though this loss is disappointing, it is now the time for Carolina to shine. They have five home games in a row and it all starts on March 6th when they take on the Minnesota Wild. Tickets begin at just $14. This is an excellent opportunity for fans to catch the Hurricanes in action, and if their recent games are any indication, these should be exciting matches. They hit the road again on March 15th, so be sure to catch them live before then.
2/23/15 - With the trade deadline looming just a week away, the Carolina Hurricanes are looking to make moves in the interest of rebuilding next season. Not on the list of moves, according to GM Ron Francis: trading Jordan Staal. The talented center has been at the heart of many trade rumors recently, but figures to be in a Hurricanes uniform next season as Carolina seeks to turn their team into a contender in the East. They have picked up solid wins recently, doubling-up the Ottawa Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs in their last four games. They will try to add on a few more W’s, with upcoming home games versus Philadelphia on Tuesday and Washington on Friday night. Come out to PNC Arena for ‘Canes vs. Capitals and get in for as low as $20!
2/16/15 - A see-saw scoring affair in Ottawa on Monday night resulted in a 6-3 win for the Carolina Hurricanes, who got goals from six different players en route to the victory. The ‘Canes struck first, with right wing Andrej Nestrasil putting in the game’s first goal seven minutes into the contest. The Senators would tie it in the first period, though, and draw even again at 2-2, as well as 3-3. Carolina would pull away in the third period, with power play scores by Michal Jordan and Chris Terry sealing the deal. The Hurricanes face a tall test on Tuesday night when they host the first-place Islanders—come out to PNC Arena and show your support for the home team, with tickets as low as $10!
2/9/15 - The Carolina Hurricanes followed up their 2-1 shootout win over the Arizona Coyotes with an impressive 5-4 road victory over the dangerous San Jose Sharks, as they fight to pull themselves up out of last place in the highly competitive Metropolitan Division. Although the playoffs appear to be out of reach for the ‘Canes, they are finding ways to win and building cohesion as a team. Coach Bill Peters cited a need for improved “team speed, gap speed, and puck speed” in order to build on his team’s recent success, but for now, Carolina fans can at least savor the last few victories. The Hurricanes return home for their next game, as they face the Pacific Division-leading Anaheim Ducks. You can be a part of all the action starting at just $10!
2/5/15 - With just over 11 minutes remaining in the game, the Carolina Hurricanes led the Anaheim Ducks by two goals, and seemed to be on the way to their 18th win of the season. However, the Pacific Division-leading Ducks rallied with a pair of goals in the third period, forcing overtime, where team captain Ryan Getzlaf knocked the game-winner into the net just 45 seconds in. The ‘Canes will try to regroup as they continue their road trip on Thursday night against the much more evenly-matched Arizona Coyotes, before moving on to San Jose to square off with Joe Pavelski and the Sharks on Saturday night. You can be a part of all the excitement at the SAP Center—great seats are available starting at just $26!
1/28/15 - The Carolina Hurricanes have had a rough season so far, but you wouldn't be able to tell just looking at their most recent game against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Even though the Lightning has nearly twice as many wins and half the losses as the Hurricanes, there wasn't a single moment Carolina was not in the lead. Eric Staal, assisted by Jordan Staal, managed to score only 22 seconds into the game. They brought the score to 2-0 just six minutes later, and they only added to their lead throughout the game. Finishing 2-4, this very strong victory brings the Hurricanes' record to 17-25-5 and their winning streak up to three. They are still trailing in the Metropolitan Division, but that could change if they keep up the pace. They play the St. Louis Blues on Jan. 30th.
1/19/15 - Looking to secure their best month of the season, the Carolina Hurricanes will try to win their third game in a row when they visit the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday. The ‘Canes defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs on the road Monday night, 4-1, getting goals from Brad Malone and Elias Lindholm less than 40 seconds apart in the first period. Eric Staal added two more, including an empty-netter in the final moments, bringing his season total to 15 goals. Having gone 6-3 since New Year’s Day, the Hurricanes have the opportunity to complete their first month this season with a winning record, provided they can take at least one of their next three games. Come out to PNC Arena on Friday night and support your ‘Canes as they host the St. Louis Blues! Tickets start at just $14 each.
1/13/15 - With a record of 14-24-5, the Carolina Hurricanes are trying to salvage their season. They are off to a good start, as they beat the Colorado Avalanche this last Tuesday. The final score ended up being 3-2 in an exciting shoot out. For three straight periods, both teams battled it out. Jordan Staal started things off right for the Hurricanes, getting the first goal in the shootout. This set the momentum for the two other goals scored, and it showed how clutch the Hurricanes can be when their backs are up against the wall. Their next game is against the Vancouver. It’s a tough match up, but they have enough firepower on the offensive end to hang. Tickets can be bought now for a low $12.
1/5/15 - The Carolina Hurricanes are still struggling this season, but they did pick up two wins over the New Year’s holiday weekend. The first was against the Philadelphia Flyers, and the second win came against the Boston Bruins in a shootout. This should help give the Hurricanes momentum in their next few games. Catch them on home ice on January 13 against the Colorado Avalanche and then on Friday versus the Vancouver Canucks. Find great seats at Razorgator, with ticket prices starting at the low price of $10 per seat. Break up the monotony of your week with a hockey game and cheer the Hurricanes on to another win. The team has a lot of talent, and they’re working on their game. Show them support when you come out to watch them play.
12/29/14 - The Hurricanes continue their lackluster season, losing to the Montreal Canadiens 3-1 on Monday, December 29. Injured center Jordan Staal made his first debut of the season, after missing 35 games due to a broken leg from a preseason game. Although the Hurricanes hoped Staal's return would give them the boost they needed, his impressive return that included winning face offs and assisting the team's sole goal by Eric Staal was not enough for a win. Jiri Tlusty also game off the injured list. Tlusty and Staal's return may not have made the difference in the game against the Canadiens, but their energy and skill is expected to make an impact in the long run. The Hurricanes next face the Pittsburgh Penguins in Pittsburgh on December 31, followed by a two home games. Tickets remain on sale starting at $29.
12/23/14 - The Carolina Hurricanes' 0-1 loss against the New York Rangers is part of an already lackluster season, with a record of 9-10-4. The loss came during a shoot out, with Ryan McDonagh scoring the winning goal for the Rangers. This puts the Hurricanes ranked 8th in the Metropolitan Division. They next meet the New Jersey Devils on December 23, and will be looking to turn their season around. The Devils won 2-1 in the last match between the two teams, despite a strong showing by the Hurricanes. Both teams are coming into the match with more losses than wins on their records in recent games, so the game could be anyone's. After the Devils, the Hurricanes will their streak of away game, with a match at Tampa Bay against the Lightening on December 27. Tickets are still on sale, starting at $24.
12/18/14 - Currently on a six-game losing streak following their 1-4 loss to the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday, the Carolina Hurricanes are looking at what they can improve upon as they move forward this NHL season. With a bevy of injured players and a ho-hum offense, Carolina is working on improving their tenacity and ability to overcome setbacks as they take on the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday night. The Leafs are coming in hot, having won eight of their last nine games, but the unpredictability of the Leafs means that the Hurricanes just might be able to make this game count. Following their game against the Leafs, Carolina has a two-game stretch this weekend against the New York Rangers, one at home and one on the road. Tickets are still available for both matches, with prices starting at $18 per seat in North Carolina and under $40 per ticket at New York’s Madison Square Garden.
12/10/14 - The Caroline Hurricanes dropped in rankings to 8th in the Metropolitan Division after losing to the New Jersey Devils on Monday, December 8. The game saw Devils' Jaromir Jagr score his 710th goal of his career in his 1500th game, being the 15th player in NHL history to reach this goal. The Hurricanes' loss was not from lack of trying. They had a total of 94 attempts, of which 40 were shots on goal. However, they only managed to make one goal, which was a similar score to their previous two games, also losses. Their record is now 8-16-3 as they turn to face the Tampa Bay Lightening on Thursday, December 11. The Hurricanes will look to find ways to convert more shots into points, including increasing their rebound attempts. Tickets are still on sale for the game in Tampa, starting at $5.
12/1/14 - The Carolina Hurricanes fell just short of the Pittsburg Penguins on Saturday in their game. They were down by one at the end of the first period, and both teams managed to shut the other down in the second. They scored again in the final period, but ultimately the Penguins won with 3-2. The Hurricanes did, however, outshoot the Penguins with 34 shots. This brings Carolina to 7-13-3 and 7th for the Metropolitan Division, only leading the Columbus Blue Jackets by a few losses. This was only the Hurricanes’ second game against the Penguins in a row, the previous one ending in a victory. Next, Carolina will be taking on the Nashville Predators in a home game. The Predators will put up quite a challenge, but the Hurricanes have a good shot.
11/25/14 - The Carolina Hurricanes were out with a bang in the first period with three goals against the Colorado Avalanche, but they were shut out in the last two periods of the game. The Avalanche steadily worked back to gain the lead and take the win. The Hurricanes just claimed Andrej Nestrasil from the Red Wings to add to their lineup, and he started in the game against the Avalanche. The Hurricanes are out on the road on the 26th and 28th to play Florida Panthers and the Pittsburgh Penguins respectively. On Saturday, you can catch the Hurricanes face the Penguins again on home ice. The Hurricanes are in 7th place in their division, and they are still playing great hockey. Get your tickets to see these two great teams meet at center ice.
11/18/14 - The Carolina Hurricanes need the support of their fans! At 8th in the Metropolitan Division, the Hurricanes are on a 3-game losing streak as they go out on the road for their next five games. They face the Dallas Stars, Los Angeles Kings, Colorado Avalanche, Florida Panthers, and Pittsburgh Penguins, which are strong teams. Don’t forget to buy your tickets to watch the Hurricanes work toward getting back on top of their game. At the Stars game, the Hurricanes’ Center Jay McClement will play his 700th career NHL game. You’ll want to catch this veteran on ice when you come out to a game. The Hurricanes need to get out strong in the first period, so make sure you get to the arena on time to watch the puck drop.
11/10/14 - Carolina Hurricanes’ fans had a great time when their left wing Jeff Skinner scored 100 career goals in their blowout game against the Calgary Flames on Monday night in 4-1 final score. Although the Hurricanes are not having the season they want, they have earned points in the last six games, the longest streak of the season. On the 16th, they come home to host the San Jose Sharks before going back on the road for their next five games. Get your tickets to watch them play the Sharks and give them momentum to keep playing well when they’re in 7th place in the Metropolitan Division. Maybe you’ll catch the next major milestone. The Hurricanes have some great talent. Stay optimistic if you are a fan.
11/3/14The Carolina Hurricanes are on a three game winning streak after their game against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday evening. With a 3-6-2 record, the Hurricanes are 7th in the Metropolitan Division. Even though the Hurricanes had the worst October in the season without winning one game, they are back in the game. It’s time to join them at PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina on Friday, November 7 for their rematch against the Blue Jackets. If you miss them that night, they’ll be back home on Monday and Thursday of the following week to face the Calgary Flames and the Winnipeg Jets respectively. Entering November, the Hurricanes are stronger than any other team with their 3 wins. Get your tickets now to fill the stands and cheer them on!
10/27/14 - The Carolina Hurricanes, coming off of an eight game losing streak, have finally won two games in a row, defeating the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 in Sunday night’s faceoff. In denying the defending Stanley Cup champions their elusive first road win of the season, it appears the Hurricanes may finally be adjusting to the new system put in place by first-year coach Bill Peters. Carolina’s goaltender, Cam Ward, helped the team achieve victory by posting 30 saves, including one late in the third period to deny a goal by the Kings’ Anze Kopitar.
Carolina’s next home game, against the Columbus Blue Jackets, will take place at the PNC arena on Friday, November 7th at 7:oo p.m. Tickets to the game are still available for purchase, ranging from $13-$112 each.
There’s no denying that the Carolina Hurricanes concluded last season with disappointment. Mustering the No. 13 seed in the Eastern Conference, the ‘Canes missed their fifth playoff in a row, which marks the longest drought in the conference. The upcoming 2014-2015 season will debut major moves to the front office, in an effort to jumpstart this franchise with the power it needs to make it back into the postseason for the first time in five years. ??
General Manager Jim Rutherford has been relieved by Ron Francis, while rookie NHL coach Bill Peters (former Detroit Asst. Coach) will take over for Kirk Muller. The offseason acquisitions of Brad Malone, Jay McClement and Tim Gleason should provide amole help to the roster.Injuries contributed greatly to the ‘Canes troubles last year, but Eric Staal returns 100% healthy from core muscle surgery, while Alexander Semin will make his first appearance back from wrist surgery. Not to mention, with the Staals hitting their prime (aged 29, 25), and a bevy of young talented players like Elias Lindholm, the Hurricanes should take a leap in the 2014-2015 season.??
Don’t miss out on the ‘Canes comeback and get your 2014-2015 Carolina Hurricanes tickets today! The Hurricanes open their season at PNC Arena, when they play host to the New York Islanders on Oct. 10. They host the defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings on Nov. 2. You can’t pass up on Hurricanes tickets when they face arch nemesis, the Florida Panthers on Nov. 26.
4/7/14 – Carolina has just one regulation loss in the past six which has helped to keep their faint playoff hopes alive. The Canes are five points behind New Jersey (whom they lost to Saturday) and eight points out of a playoff spot. Jeff Skinner logged his second 30-goal season despite only playing in 64 games thus far. Just one home game remains on the Carolina Hurricanes regular-season schedule, and you can catch it for as little as $5. 100-level seating inside PNC Arena for Thursday’s matchup against Washington starts at $31; Carolina is 18-16-6 as the host this season. Can the Canes’ finish above .500?
4/1/14 – The Hurricanes are seven points back of a wild card spot with seven games to play. Carolina has lost six straight to tonight’s division counterparts, Pittsburgh Penguins, and the team has had to recall Chris Terry from Charlotte after Andrei Loktionov and Jiri Tlusty left last night’s game with injuries. While Jeff Skinner scored his 30th goal and extended his goal-scoring streak to four games, Carolina has been lackluster since the Olympic break (6-10-2). Cheap Carolina Hurricanes tickets remain for both home games this week – 1/3 Dallas ($5) and 1/5 New Jersey ($8).
3/27/14 – After missing the postseason for the fifth straight year, rumors are beginning to surface about potential trades. Names include: Cam Ward, Jeff Skinner, and Eric Staal. Make sure to catch the trio before the Carolina Hurricanes lineup sees a change this offseason with Canes tickets. The only major league professional sports team in North Carolina returns to PNC Arena Saturday to take on the Columbus Blue Jackets (avg. $48).
3/18/14 – Carolina Hurricanes tickets for remaining home games can be found for as little as $2, far below face value. Demand has fallen for the promising team that began the season in the top 5 of the Eastern Conference. Now thirteenth in the East, Carolina will likely miss their fifth consecutive NHL Playoffs which means there is a limited amount of opportunity to see them this year. The most affordable game remaining will be played April 5 against the New Jersey Devils (avg. $57).
3/10/14 – In the final hours of the NHL trade deadline, the New Jersey Devils acquired Tuomo Ruutu from Carolina for Andrei Loktionov and a conditional third-round pick in 2017. The two teams played each other Saturday and Ruutu scored the go-ahead goal in the third to lift his new team past the Canes. The Hurricanes will look to rebound after two straight losses Tuesday night against the Edmonton Oilers at PNC Arena. Carolina Hurricanes tickets for the meeting are just $5! Tickets for under $10 are also available for Thursday and Sunday’s games against the Buffalo Sabres and Edmonton Oilers respectively.
3/3/14 – What should’ve been an easy win for the Hurricanes, turned into a disappointing 2-3 loss against Buffalo to open the post-Olympic break. Carolina has dropped four straight and are 7 points behind eighth placed, Detroit. The team will play its fifth (and final) road game tomorrow in San Jose, before returning home Mar 7 to face New York. Tough decisions are looming for the Hurricanes front office as the NHL trade deadline is lurking. Will Carolina trade one of its 3 goaltenders? Will it be Cam Ward? Check out the changes, if any, to the Carolina Hurricanes roster Friday in their first game back since Sochi.
2/26/14 - Down in Raleigh the Hurricanes still have a good shot at a Wild-Card spot in the Eastern Conference as they sit on 61 points, just 3 back of a playoff spot. Can the Stahl bros carry them to the playoffs? After a 5 game road trip to restart the season after the Olympic break, they return home with two big games against the NY Rangers on March 7 and 11 and what should be an easy win against Buffalo on March 13. Great seats are available starting under $10 each!
2/21/14 – Good news Canes fans - Tumom Ruutu has found his game again at the Olympics! In the winger’s first three games, he recorded three assists, four points, six shots on goal, and scored Finland’s only goal against Canada. Don’t miss Ruutu when he returns to the ice in Raleigh with his Canes teammates Mar 7. Carolina Hurricanes tickets against the New York Rangers are as low as $22 for a seat in the upper level (corner) and reach $193 for a lower level (side) view.
2/4/14 – The Carolina Hurricanes picked up 10 wins in January, and will play their first game in February Tuesday against the Winnipeg Jets. Will Canes have Cam Ward in the net for the first time in 2014? Get to PNC Arena to find out, tonight’s game is just $3 to get in as the Canes try for their sixth win in seven games! The club's No. 1 goaltender has been out since Dec 31 with a lower-body injury. On the rumor mill, the organization will likely move one of their three netminders – Ward, Anton Khudobin and Justin Peters – by March 5.
1/29/14 – The Canes had won four in a row, including two postponed games, before dropping one Tuesday against Montreal. Beginning Friday, the Hurricanes will play four straight in Carolina facing St. Louis (avg. $47), Winnipeg (avg. $27), Florida (avg. $109), and Montreal (avg. $182) for a chance to erase last night’s shutout from their memory. Canes fans can score some affordable Carolina Hurricanes tickets at PNC Arena; the average price of tickets to remaining games is down 25 percent since the start of 2014, the fourth biggest drop in the League during that time period.
After once again missing the playoffs in the lockout-shortened 2012-13 season, the Hurricanes hope to contend in the challenging new Metropolitan Division. The average price for Hurricanes tickets in 2013-14 is $84, fourth cheapest in the league. The Canes’ season opener on 10/4 at home against the Red Wings has an average price of $105, and is their third most expensive home game. The most expensive game at PNC Arena this season is on 3/7 against the Rangers, averaging $114.
2/25/13 - With injuries to some key defensemen on the Carolina Hurricanes hockey team and a concussion to Jeff Skinner that has left him out indefinitely, the Canes look to several prospects to fill the void. Will Skinner return to full strength? Can Carolina return to its first Stanley Cup playoffs since the 2008-2009 season?
The Carolina Hurricanes signed Alexander ("Sasha") Semin in the 2012 offseason. Previously Semin had played for the Washington Capitals. His addition to the lineup with Jordan Staal has helped the Canes reach first place in the Division at various times of the 2013 season. On February 12, 2013 Alex scored his 200th career goal in a 6-4 win over the New York Islanders.
Cheap Hurricane tickets are available; each of the remaining games on the Carolina Hurricanes schedule has tickets for less than $20. Although the average Canes ticket is up $12 since the beginning of the season, the team's average is much lower than that of the Leagues. And, you'll pay about 25% less to watch the Hurricanes at home as opposed to on the road. Carolina Hurricanes tickets for Divisional matchups are amongst the cheapest of all remaining Hurricanes games. Florida Panthers, Winnipeg Jets, and
Tampa Bay Lightning tickets are all averaging in the $50 range. Washington Capitals tickets at PNC Arena are averaging the highest at $62 among divisional opponents despite being in last place of the Southeast. When the Canes play the Caps at home (2/26), the average ticket for "Sasha's Return" is $76, the cheapest remaining Washington Capitals game.