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After relocating to Raleigh, the Carolina Hurricanes hockey team failed to make the playoffs in 2000 and lost in the opening round in 2001. Morton describes the memorable 2002 season in which the team went to the Stanley Cup Finals but was defeated by Detroit four games to one.
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In 1990, the Hartford Whalers NHL team relocated to North Carolina, becoming the Carolina Hurricanes. Pearson describes the lean, early years in Greensboro, competing with other teams for fans, and the final move to a permanent home in Raleigh and eventual success.
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Metro Magazine (NoCar F 264 R1 M48), Vol. 3 Issue 7, Oct 2002, p14-16, 18-20, il Periodical Website
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A strike canceled the hockey season for 2004-2005, and a settlement was finally reached in July 2005. When professional sports teams go on strike, a drop in fan attendance is typical for the following season. Raleigh's National Hockey League team, the Carolina Hurricanes, hope the fans haven't forgotten them. Roush discusses some things owners are planning to attract fans. Hockey fans say putting a competitive Hurricane team on the ice will bring them back.
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North Carolina's professional sports teams--the Carolina Panthers (Football); Charlotte Bobcats (Basketball); Carolina Hurricanes (Hockey); and NASCAR racing--play a major role in the state's economy.
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NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 66 Issue 11, Nov 2008, p10-12, il
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There are few more technologically advanced sports franchises than the Carolina Hurricanes. From an impressive website to high-tech wireless hockey, the Carolina Hurricanes lead the pack in technological innovation, if not in scores.
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The Stanley Cup finals filled the arena, and North Carolina's hockey team, the Carolina Hurricanes, did well. Ticket prices are rising next season, so the team must continue to do well in order to draw fans out to the arena.
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In 1997, the New England Whalers hockey team moved south to Raleigh and became the Carolina Hurricanes. Over the following years, the Hurricanes battled low attendance ratings and poor team performance until their first playoff showing in 2001 and peaked when they won the Stanley Cup in 2006. Today, the team faces lower attendance and losing records, but die-hard fans still support them and are optimistic that their team will improve soon.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 83 Issue 7, December 2015, p204-210, 212, il, por, map Periodical Website
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