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Brett Finger is the Editor for Cardiac Cane. You can get in touch with him via email ([email protected]) or twitter (@brettfinger). When Brett isn't trying to figure out how the Canes haven't made the playoffs in 5 seasons, he is probably wondering why the Atlanta Braves haven't won the World Series since '95. Also a big fan of everything NC State related.
Justin Dixon is currently a student at NC State University studying Molecular Biology and a Staff Writer for Cardiac Cane. Outside of hockey he follows the NFL (Cowboys), MLB (Braves), Collegiate Football and Basketball (NC State), and English Premier League (Manchester City). You can contact him at [email protected] or on Twitter @youngGM1105. Go Canes (and Wolfpack)!
Mark Bellesheim is a staff writer for Cardiac Cane. He is currently attending UNC Wilmington. You can contact him at [email protected]
Hurricanes fan since 1999, music addict, recreational drummer, Ant, rookie web designer, non-profit worker, college student, and village jokester. Inquiries: [email protected]
I never know what to say here, but here we go! My name is Conor. I'm 23-years-old, gay and proud. New Jersey born, North Carolina raised. I am a Carolina Hurricanes Full-Season Ticket Holder. Grand Opening Night, October 29, 1999 in Raleigh at the then Entertainment & Sports Arena was the day I fell in love with the Carolina Hurricanes and the game of hockey itself. I hope you enjoy what I have to share with you all. Thanks for stopping by!
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