Carolina Hurricanes Season in Review: Top 10 Moments from the 2023-24 Season

There was no shortage of incredible moments over the last seven months for the Carolina Hurricanes, between jaw-dropping saves and clutch goals.
New York Rangers v Carolina Hurricanes - Game Six
New York Rangers v Carolina Hurricanes - Game Six / Grant Halverson/GettyImages
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6. The Comeback Canes Strike in the Playoffs (April 22 vs. New York)

Jordan Martinook
New York Islanders v Carolina Hurricanes - Game Two / Grant Halverson/GettyImages

The Carolina Hurricanes have developed a knack for completing incredible comebacks in the regular season. Historically, they've done a decent job of doing the same in the postseason, too. Game 2 against the Islanders didn't start on the best foot, with the Canes allowing three goals to New York in the first 24 minutes of the game. It turns out that the Canes were just playing with their food.

Teuvo Teravainen kickstarted the comeback late in the second period, and Seth Jarvis brought them within on midway through the third. The real mayhem came with Frederik Andersen on the bench in the final three minutes. Sebastian Aho tipped home a slap pass from Andrei Svechnikov before Jordan Martinook gave Carolina the lead nine seconds later. An empty-net goal by Jake Guentzel was the icing on the cake, completing an improbable comeback to take a 2-0 series lead.