Matthew Somma and Brandon Stanley break down all things Carolina Hurricanes, including prospects, game and roster storylines, other assorted news and happenings around the NHL, and much, much more!
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Matt and Brandon discuss the Hurricanes' devastating loss of star forward Andrei Svechnikov for the rest of the year to a torn ACL, what players must step up in his absence, and how the team must adapt in order to maintain their status as contenders.... more
Brandon returns to discuss his thoughts on the Hurricanes' trade deadline, and he and Matt discuss the big seasons from the Carolina prospects at the NCAA level - including which ones worth watching for potentially signing over the next week or so. G... more
Matt flies solo to talk about the Hurricanes relatively quiet 2023 trade deadline, acquiring Jesse Puljujarvi from the Edmonton Oilers and powerplay quarterback Shayne Gostisbehere from the Arizona Coyotes.If you or someone you know has a gambling pr... more
No canes podcast has ever embodied the notion of being a bunch of jerks better than this cast. And I mean that with all of the love and admiration possible! Way to go!
Easily the best Canes pod out there.
Man, that guy with multiple canes Twitter accounts is more insufferable than anything on Canes Twitter.
Thanks Brandon, Matt, and Alex! Very informative. Good stuff!
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Tracking The Storm launched 2 years ago and published 104 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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