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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 Waive Phillip Di Giuseppe

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The Carolina Hurricanes have placed Phillip Di Giuseppe on waivers, according to Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman.

Di Giuseppe has been in and out of the organization during the 2018-2019 season.

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Hurricanes’ Jordan Staal Activated From Injured Reserve

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The Carolina Hurricanes will be getting some help soon as they will get forward Jordan Staal, who suffered a concussion earlier this month back and who hasn’t played since December 5th, officially activating the veteran key player from the injured reserve.

Carolina is trying to gain ground in the Metropolitan Division and with Staal back in the fold they are more equipped to make a push.

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Hurricanes’ Valentin Zykov Assigned To AHL On Conditioning Loan

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Carolina Hurricanes forward Valentin Zykov has been heavily shopped on the trade market as of later, but without any deals in the works the Hurricanes have decided that they will assign Zykov to the minors on a conditioning loan.

By doing so, Zykov, 23, will still be able to play with a professional team, the Charlotte Checkers, as the Hurricanes continue to find a deal. Zykov has appeared in only 13 games for Carolina this season, notching less than 10 minutes of ice time on average.

 

 

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