Hurricanes Betting, Odds and Stats

Carolina Hurricanes

If it’s Carolina Hurricanes information you are after, then look no further. We’ve scoured the internet to assemble all of the most important info you will need to place your wagers on the Canes. With NHL betting sites becoming more and more sophisticated, we thought it would be a great idea to centralize all the pertinent information in one location.  ...more less

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Carolina Hurricanes Team Stats

We’ve managed to compile all of the essential statistics to help you along the way when placing your next wager on the Carolina Hurricanes at USA sports betting sites. On the below tables you’ll find all of the most relevant team-based statistics, which will paint a picture of how the team are performing in a variety of different areas. Not only that, but if you want to dig down into skater and goalie stats, we have you covered there too. With player prop betting becoming increasingly popular, and more and more common on NHL betting apps, there is a whole new world of betting markets for you to consider.

Year 2023
GP 82
GF/G 3.2
A 425
PTS 687
PPG 50
PP% 19.8
SHG 11
S 2852
S% 9.2
PIM 614
PK% 84.4
SOA 20
SOG 11
SO% 55

Carolina Hurricanes Player Stats

The latest goalie stats could help you win your next Carolina Hurricanes wager: 

Carolina Hurricanes Goaltending Stats

Season 2023
GP 27
GS 26
L 3
GA -
GA/G 2.23
SA 644
SV 586
SV% 0.91
SO 4
TOI/G 1561:13

Skater stats can tell you all you need to know to win a bet on the Carolina Hurricanes: 

Carolina Hurricanes Skating Stats

Season 2023
GP 73
GS 9
L 22
GA 16
GA/G 80
SA 2
SV 2
SV% 0
SO 0
SO 3
SO -
TOI/G 11:52

Carolina Hurricanes Betting Offers & Promo Codes

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Carolina Hurricanes Betting Odds

The Carolina Hurricanes have been one of the NHL’s most consistent franchises in recent years, making the playoffs and winning series year after year. With that in mind, they are always there or thereabouts in the markets for the Presidents’ Trophy, the Eastern Conference and even the Stanley Cup itself at the best US betting apps. With the Hurricanes being so successful in recent years, it stands to reason that they are a popular bet on game day. Below, you’ll find odds for not only their next game, but also some interesting futures bets too. For good measure, we’ll throw in some prop bets and NHL expert picks from time to time to make sure you’ve more than enough choice for your next wager. 

Carolina Hurricanes Next Games Odds

Find odds on the next Carolina Hurricanes matchup right here:

Carolina Hurricanes Odds to Win the Stanley Cup

The Carolina Hurricanes are always seemingly one of the favorites for the Stanley Cup. Here are their latest odds with the best sportsbooks:

Carolina Hurricanes Odds to Win the Eastern Conference

Can the Carolina Hurricanes run the gauntlet that is the Eastern Conference?

Carolina Hurricanes Starting Lineups

With up-to-date information on NHL starting lineups, you will be well on you way to a winning wager.

Carolina Hurricanes Prop Bets

NHL player prop betting can be a fun way to wager without ever needing to predict the outcome of a match.

Carolina Hurricanes Game Picks

The Carolina Hurricanes are always popular picks, but take some time to check out the latest NHL picks from PickFinder just to be sure. 

Carolina Hurricanes History

Based in Raleigh, North Carolina, the Carolina Hurricanes have been an NHL franchise for over a quarter of a century. The franchise moved to Raleigh from Massachusetts in 1997, having originally been the Hartford Whalers, who had competed in the league from 1979. With limited scope to grow the team in Hartford, the decision was made to relocate south. Teething problems with arenas and television coverage caused some initial headaches for the Hurricanes, but the on-ice success wasn’t far away.

Within five years of the move to Raleigh, the Hurricanes were in the Stanley Cup Finals, they had their new home arena and were seeing attendances increase, year-on-year. The 2002 cup run ended in a 4-1 series defeat against the Red Wings, but the impact it had upon the franchise and the local market was immense. It was to be only four years until the team returned to the finals, this time winning the 2006 Stanley Cup in a Game 7 victory over the Edmonton Oilers. This triumph also gave the state of North Carolina its first men’s major league professional championship.

Among the franchise legends are Ron Francis, who played in both Hartford and Carolina, and holds the points record for the combined organization with 1,175. Francis is one of three players to have their jersey numbers officially retired, along with Glen Wesley and Rod Brind’Amour, both of whom were part of the 2006 cup-winning side. Brind’Amour would also later return to coach the side and won the Jack Adams Award in 2020-21. 

In 2019, the Hurricanes caused a stir in the hockey world with the “Storm Surge” celebrations on the ice after victories. The subsequent fallout with Don Cherry caused the Carolina supporters and management team to affectionately refer to themselves as a “Bunch of Jerks”, recycling the very same phrase that Cherry had intended to demean the players.