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|Brind'Amour done after 21 seasons |
|(6/30/10) Rod Brind'Amour is retiring after 21 NHL seasons to take an unspecified front-office job with the Carolina Hurricanes. The team's former captain said Wednesday that his decision was made simpler after he talked with general manager Jim Rutherford and they decided the aging veteran wouldn't fit with the Hurricanes' rebuilding plan. Trying to find a roster spot on another team "never, ever felt right," he said, and Rutherford asked him to remain with the organization in some capacity. "The only question would be how much do I want to play for another team," Brind'Amour said. "When I knew for sure the direction the team was going and I wasn't going to be a part of it as a player, and (Rutherford) said, 'We want you to come on and do whatever -- we'll figure that out. Just be a part of our organization.' I said, 'I'm done. It's over.' I don't want to go play anymore, and certainly don't want to play anywhere else."|
|Brind'Amour done for the year |
|(4/9/10) Hurricanes F Rod BrindAmour will not travel with the team to Boston for Saturday's season finale against the Bruins, according to NHL.com. BrindAmour suffered a groin injury in Thursday's game against Montreal. Jerome Samson will be recalled to take his place. |
|Brind'Amour awakens from long slumber |
|(4/7/10) Hurricanes C Rod Brind'Amour emerged from his season-long slumber to score twice in Tuesday's win over the Lightning.|
|Brind'Amour's game in the dumps |
|(2/18/10) Hurricanes C Rod Brind'Amour has failed to record a point in his last nine games. He has just one goal and one assist in 13 games since being replaced by Eric Staal as team captain.|
|Brind'Amour stripped of captaincy |
|(1/20/10) Eric Staal is taking over as captain of the Carolina Hurricanes. The team said Wednesday that the 25-year-old All-Star center has replaced veteran Rod Brind'Amour as team captain. General manager Jim Rutherford says the switch comes as part of the team's rebuilding process because "Eric is the player around whom the team will be structured." The Hurricanes, who reached the Eastern Conference finals last season, entered Wednesday night's games with an NHL-worst 35 points. Brind'Amour had been the captain since 2005 and led the team to its only Stanley Cup in 2006. Rutherford says the 39-year-old will take Staal's spot as an alternate captain and will continue to hold a leadership role.|
Week 22 Fantasy Hockey Planner
The Fantasy Hockey postseason is upon us in most leagues, making informed lineup decisions all the more important. Our Michael Hurcomb talks up San Jose's Joe Pavelski as a sleeper in Week 22 and more in his latest Planner.
Coyotes' Bryzgalov stops 29 shots to collect NHL-best eighth shutout
Ilya Bryzgalov made 29 saves for his NHL-leading eighth shutout, and Lee Stempniak and Martin Hanzel each scored twice to help the Phoenix Coyotes beat the Carolina Hurricanes 4-0 on Saturday.
Regrouped Hurricanes storming back into chase
The start of the season was a disaster for the Hurricanes, part of last season's final four. With playoff hopes still faintly alive, Carolina is trying to make things interesting, Wes Goldstein says.
Hurricanes 4, Thrashers 0
Manny Legace made 27 saves for Carolina's first shutout of the season, and Jussi Jokinen had a goal and an assist in the Hurricanes' 4-0 victory over the Atlanta Thrashers on Sunday night.
Hurricanes take down Senators for seventh consecutive victory
Tom Kostopoulos and Rod Brind'Amour scored about a minute apart in the first period, Manny Legace made 25 saves and the Carolina Hurricanes beat Ottawa 4-1 on Thursday for their seventh straight victory.