Carolina Hurricanes Player Evaluations and Grades

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Oct 17, 2013; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Carolina Hurricanes center Eric Staal (12) congratulates goalie Cam Ward (30) after defeating the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Air Canada Centre. The Hurricanes beat the Maple Leafs 3-2. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports

We are about one month into the NHL season. A little bit of a rollercoaster start from the Carolina Hurricanes puts them at 4-5-3 at the end of October. See the October recap here. Let’s take a look at how the players are doing on the Carolina Hurricanes

 

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All players on the list have played in at least four of the 12 October games, so one-third of the games so far. Anton Khudobin, Jusin Peters, Mike Komisarek, and Tim Gleason have all played three or less, but I will have one slide that covers what these four players have done in their limited time.

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  • thestormchaser

    I agree with all of your ratings except the Stahl brothers. First Eric – I am not sure why he is the captain. I can’t say I have seen another player who pouts as much as Eric. He misses a shot or gets beat and he skates off like a whipped puppy. His leadership is spotty at best. Grade C+. One simple question for Jordan Stahl – At $6M, is he significantly better than Brandon Sutter? Absolutely not, grade D.

    Also, what about a grade for the coaching staff? PK – OK, PP – ugly. And does anyone train the goalies? Seriously, three years in a row with lower body (aka groin) injuries. Somebody needs to train the goalies so they can stretch like Gumby. Grade C-

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