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The Carolina franchise began in 1972 as the New England Whalers of the old World Hockey Association. The Whalers enjoyed immediate success and won the very first WHA championship in 1972-73. The franchise joined the NHL in 1979 as the Hartford Whalers when the NHL and WHA merged.

In 1997, the franchise was relocated to Raleigh, North Carolina, and rebranded as the current Hurricanes. Fans in the area can watch most of the Hurricanes NHL schedule on FOX Sports Carolinas. Nationally televised games are on NBC and NBCSN. Fans can also watch Carolina games via live stream using the FOX Sports GO app.


When the Hurricanes joined the NHL in 1979 as the Hartford Whalers, they were placed in the Norris Division of the Wales Conference. The team changed divisions a few times and when the team relocated to Carolina they remained members of the Northeast Division in the Eastern Conference. With the league’s last realignment in 2013, the Hurricanes currently reside in the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference.


Since the relocation, Carolina has qualified for the postseason six times. The Hurricanes won division titles in 1998-99, 2001-02, and 2005-06. Two of those postseason runs ended with trips to the Stanley Cup Finals.

In just their fifth year in Carolina, the Hurricanes beat Toronto in the Eastern Conference Finals in 2001-02 to advance to the Stanley Cup. There, they lost to the Detroit Red Wings four games to one. Four years later, the Hurricanes would return to the finals where they beat Edmonton in a dramatic seven-game series. It is the only Stanley Cup victory in Carolina history.


Carolina plays its home games at PNC Arena located in Raleigh, North Carolina. The Hurricanes began playing there in 1999. For their first two seasons, the team had to play at the Greensboro Coliseum, which is 80 miles away.

PNC Arena has a capacity of 18,680-plus for hockey games. The venue was the site of the deciding Game 7 in the 2005-06 Stanley Cup finals. Carolina’s run in the NHL playoffs victory marked the first-ever professional sports championship for the state of North Carolina.


The Hurricanes have only a handful of representatives in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Of those, only one played a majority of his career with the franchise. Ron Francis played the first ten years of his NHL career in Hartford and then returned to Carolina in 1998 for six more seasons.

Francis is the franchise’s all-time leading scorer with 1,175 points. He is 400 points ahead of second-place Eric Staal, who played 11 seasons in Carolina from 2005 to 2016. Francis is also Carolina’s leader in goals scored (382) and assists (793). Staal is second in both categories (322 G, 453 A). Francis is the only Carolina player to ever win the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (sportsmanship).

Rod Brind’Amour is fourth on Carolina’s all-time scoring list with 473 points. He is third in assists with 299. Brind’Amour played 10 of his 20 NHL seasons in Carolina and was the team captain of the 2005-06 team that won the Stanley Cup. He is currently the Hurricanes head coach and led the team to the Eastern Conference finals in his first season (2018-19).