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    Don Waddell New President and GM of Carolina Hurricanes

    It was a joke
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    Dundon in Charge

    I won't...I could live with Brindamour, but I see Waddell as a huge mistake...I could be wrong...maybe he learned from his mistakes in Atlanta...Guess we will soon see with the upcoming offseason moves...They have a lot of work in front of them! I hope for the Caniacs that I'm wrong about Waddell. Heck, I was wrong about JR in Pittsburgh!
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    Dundon in Charge

    Dumb moves TD...What does Waddell have on you? Did you not look at his previous employment??? During his tenure as general manager of the Thrashers, the team recorded a 308-401-45-66 record and made their lone playoff appearance after winning the NHL's Southeast Division in 2006-07. That's 10 years of NO PLAYOFFS out of 11 years! Brindamour probably need to be the HC in Charlotte first. We will know how truly dumb you are if you let Waddell trade the #2 pick.
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    Don Waddell New President and GM of Carolina Hurricanes

    Welcome to the Carolina Thrashers...How long before we start hearing moving to Quebec rumors???
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    2018 NHL Draft

    Craig Button: "A huge jump up to the second-overall selection should see the Carolina Hurricanes land winger Andrew Svechnikov. The Barrie Colts winger has a blend of skill, sense, power and drive that reminds me in style of Marian Hossa. Svechnikov is a factor in all areas of the game and will be in the NHL next season." Don't mess this up...add Svechnikov , & Necas to our forward group...Finally a good break for the Canes! Compare him to Ovie, Malkin, Hossa...I don't care canes need goal scoring!!!
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    2018 NHL Draft

    Svechnikov also led all players with a near goal-a-game pace (0.91 G/GP) and in primary points per game (1.45 P1/GP), just a notch above St. Louis Blues’ prospect Jordan Kyrou. In fact, all but eight of his 72 points were primary points. After watching Ovie score a bazillion goals on the canes it be nice to have a natural sniper in a Canes jersey! Among Svechnikov’s best assets are his quick trigger shot, whether it comes from the slot or from a tight angle. His shooting percentage was at 22.99 per cent this past season, sixth best among OHL forwards. Svechnikov, of course, led all shooters in the top 10 of shot rates in goals. In addition, he averaged nearly four shots a game this past season, which means he isn’t afraid to shoot. The forward is also able to create chances for other teammates while in the attacking zone, normally from along the half-wall or behind the net, making the right passes to teammates who have better chances to score. Svechnikov’s size, great hands, and skating ability are also strengths for the 18-year old. He’s able to control the puck fearlessly and isn’t afraid to use his skill to sidestep defencemen.
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    2018 NHL Draft Me Like This!!!
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    2018 NHL Draft

    Right wing Andrei Svechnikov, Left wing Filip Zadina Left wing Brady Tkachuk Pick one!!!
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    2018 NHL Draft

    Slugs take the top Dman then the top forward is a CANE!
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    Needed A New Bench Boss

    Fixed that for you!
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    The Bill Peters Watch

    So Calgary?
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    To Trade, or not to trade

    Toews, Kane, & Anisimov have NMC...only one I could see here is maybe Saad...but for what???
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    The Thread about Goalies

    You have to waive him to send him to Charlotte...not a bad thing based on the way he has played and his contract he should easily clear, but you do risk it trying to send him down.
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    In Season 2017-18 Talk

    Problem solved!
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    Off-Season Talk 2017

    These are good problems to have...there will be another expansion team in the future, and the Canes will lose a player that we have heard of before the expansion draft day...also the Canes are getting to the tipping point where they will go from a trade deadline seller to a buyer and some of these problems can be work out then or in the offseason...again these are the problems that you want!!!