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Carolina hires Brind'Amour as head coach, Waddell as GM

Hurricanes add veteran NHL executive Dudley to front office

Carolina terminates demoted GM Ron Francis' contract

Carolina coach Bill Peters resigns after 4 seasons with club

Hurricanes hire ex-agent Krepelka as VP of hockey operations

Lindholm scores in OT, Carolina beats Tampa Bay in season finale

Rangers beat Carolina 2-1, eliminate Canes from playoff race

Faulk scores as Hurricanes beat Capitals 4-1

Hurricanes keep slim playoff hopes alive

Draisaitl has goal, 3 assists as Oilers whip Hurricanes 7-3

Vesey, Zuccarello lead Rangers to 6-3 win over Hurricanes

Staal scores twice more for Wild in 6-2 romp over Hurricanes

Patrik Laine scores 2 more goals, Jets beat Hurricanes 3-2

76ers rally to beat Hornets 110-99, 13th straight in Philly

Hurricanes beat Devils 3-1 despite another goal for Hall

Hurricanes end 6-game losing streak in 4-1 win over Flyers

Red Wings beat Canes 3-1; Zetterberg scores to tie Lindsay

Kessel, Malkin lead Pens past Canes 6-1 for 6th straight win

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