Photo: Tyler Ganly has split the season between the AHL and the ECHL–with success in both. (Courtesy of Frank Jansky/Icon Sportswire)
Head coach Mark Morris’ first year with the Carolina Hurricanes AHL affiliate likely doesn’t look as he expected when he took the job last July. When the season opened, the Checkers had defenseman Brett Pesce and Jaccob Slavin—both first-year pros, but highly regarded prospects—penciled into the blueline, with the possibility that 2015 fifth overall pick Noah Hanifin could need some seasoning in Charlotte. Read more»
Photo: Forward Phil Di Giuseppe has been solid in his first full season of professional hockey, posting four goals and seven assists through 29 AHL games. (courtesy of Andy Mead/YCJ/Icon Sportswire)
In what is already looking like a lost season before the campaign even reaches the All-Star break, the Carolina Hurricanes – currently one of the frontrunners in the Connor McDavid/Jack Eichel sweepstakes – have begun giving some of their AHL players a closer look.
Photo: Forward Clark Bishop is off to a strong start to the 2014-15 season, managing 17 points in his first 18 games with the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles. (courtesy of Francois Laplante/FreestylePhoto/Getty Images)
The Carolina Hurricanes‘ junior prospects are being expected to carry heavy loads this season. As far as player development goes, you cannot ask for much more.
Photo: Defenseman Brett Pesce is part of a deep group of defensive prospects for the Carolina Hurricanes. Pesce was picked in the third round of the 2013 NHL Draft. (courtesy of Fred Kfoury/Icon Sportswire)
The Carolina Hurricanes NHL roster is filled with young players, from established mainstays like Justin Faulk and Jeff Skinner to emerging talents like Elias Lindholm and Ryan Murphy.
Photo: Goaltender Daniel Altshuller had a strong playoff run with the Oshawa Generals, posting a 1.89 goals against average and a .931 save percentage. (courtesy of Terry Wilson/OHL Images)
The Carolina Hurricanes missed the playoffs for the fifth straight season, and both their minor league affiliates – the AHL's Charlotte Checkers and the ECHL's Florida Everblades – also came up short in reaching the postseason.