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Hurricanes’ Bill Peters Resigns

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The Carolina Hurricanes will be in the market for a new head coach this offseason as Bill Peters has resigned from his post, the team announced on Friday.

Peters, 51, went 137-138-53 in his four seasons with Carolina, but the Hurricanes missed the playoffs for the 9th consecutive season, the longest drought in the league.

“I have a lot of respect for Bill as a person and coach,” Hurricanes owner Tom Dundon said in a official statement. “We thank him for his time with the Hurricanes and wish him success in whatever comes next.”

Carolina is also without a general manager.

“I want to thank Tom Dundon, Peter Karmanos and Ron Francis for the trust they put in me to lead the team,” Peters said in a statement. “I feel the incoming general manager should have the ability to hire his own head coach.”

Peters may pursue head coaching opportunities with the New York Rangers, Calgary Flames, and/or the Dallas Stars.

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Hurricanes Activate Goalie Scott Darling

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Carolina Hurricanes goalie Scott Darling has been officially activated from injured reserve Monday and then subsequently assigned to the AHL’s Charlotte Checkers on a conditioning stint,  Hurricanes’ general manager Don Waddell announced on Monday.

Darling will suit up on Wendesday for the Checkers as they take on the Utica Comets and it will mark Darling’s first appearance since suffering a lower-body injury during Carolina’s final preseason contest back on September 30th.

Darling is looking to bounce back following a rough 2017-2018 campaign.

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Hurricanes’ Scott Darling Out 2 Weeks

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Carolina Hurricanes goalie Scott Darling will miss two weeks of action due to a lower-body injury, Canes head coach Rod Brind’Amour announced, according to Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer.

Darling suffered the injury during Sunday’s preseason contest against the Nashville Predators and the injury was described by Brind’Amour as a hamstring issue following the game.

Darling signed a four-year, $16.6-million contract with Carolina last offseason and struggled during his first year, going 13-21-7 with an .888 save percentage.

 

 

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Hurricanes’ Victor Rask Out Indefintely

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Carolina Hurricanes’ forward Victor Rask underwent surgery to repair his fourth and fifth fingers on his right hand after injuring them while slicing food in his kitchen, according to a team announcement on Thursday.

Rask has been ruled out indefinitely.

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