Hurricanes

Canes to host 2 preseason games, travel for 5

Posted June 8

Sebastian Aho (20) before NHL action at the PNC Arena between the Carolina Hurricanes and the Edmonton Oilers on February 3, 2017 in Raleigh, NC. (Will Bratton/WRAL contributor)

— The Carolina Hurricanes will play just two of their seven preseason games at home this year and open up with three games in three nights, the team announced Thursday with their schedule release.

The Canes will open their 2017 preseason schedule at Buffalo on Sept. 18. The following night, Carolina will square off against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Amalie Arena in Tampa before returning to Raleigh to host the Lightning at PNC Arena on Sept. 20.

After a road game at Washington on Sept. 23, the Hurricanes travel to Edmonton to open a two-game set against the Oilers. The first game will be at the Oilers’ home arena, Rogers Place, on Sept. 25, while the second will be a neutral site game between the clubs at SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon, Sask.

Carolina wraps up its exhibition schedule with a home game against the Capitals on Sept. 29.

CAROLINA HURRICANES 2017 EXHIBITION SCHEDULE

Day     Date                 Opponent            Time               Venue
Mon.   Sept. 18      at  Buffalo                 7 p.m.             KeyBank Center

Tue.    Sept. 19      at  Tampa Bay         7:30 p.m.       Amalie Arena

Wed.   Sept. 20           Tampa Bay         7 p.m.             PNC Arena

Sat.     Sept. 23      at  Washington        7 p.m.             Verizon Center

Mon.   Sept. 25      at  Edmonton           9 p.m.             Rogers Place

Wed.   Sept. 27           Edmonton           8 p.m.             SaskTel Centre (Saskatoon, Sask.)

Fri.      Sept. 29           Washington        7:30 p.m.       PNC Arena

* ALL TIMES EASTERN

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  • Thomas Williams Jun 8, 9:27 p.m.
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    I bet the Canes are wishing they had Laviolette and Rutherford back, two men they pretty much ran out of town. They would never admit it though.

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