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All Carolina Hurricanes events

Hurricanes vs. Rangers

7:00 PM - PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC
From $110+
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Capitals vs. Hurricanes

7:00 PM - Capital One Arena - Washington, DC
From $41+
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Hurricanes vs. Canadiens

7:00 PM - PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC
From $43+

NHL Stadium Series: Hurricanes vs. Capitals

8:00 PM - Carter Finley Stadium - Raleigh, NC
From $368+
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Hurricanes vs. Blues

7:00 PM - PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC
From $39+

Hurricanes vs. Senators

7:00 PM - PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC
From $52+

Hurricanes vs. Ducks

7:00 PM - PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC
From $68+
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Golden Knights vs. Hurricanes

7:00 PM - T-Mobile Arena - Las Vegas, NV
From $57+

Coyotes vs. Hurricanes

7:30 PM - Mullett Arena - Tempe, AZ
From $155+

Hurricanes vs. Lightning

3:00 PM - PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC
From $89+
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Canadiens vs. Hurricanes

7:00 PM - Centre Bell - Montreal, QC
From $44+

Hurricanes vs. Flyers

7:00 PM - PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC
From $46+

Hurricanes vs. Golden Knights

7:00 PM - PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC
From $64+

Devils vs. Hurricanes

7:00 PM - Prudential Center - Newark, NJ
From $37+

Hurricanes vs. Jets

7:00 PM - PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC
From $47+

Maple Leafs vs. Hurricanes

7:00 PM - Scotiabank Arena - Toronto, ON
From $129+

Flyers vs. Hurricanes

5:00 PM - Wells Fargo Center - PA - Philadelphia, PA
From $60+

Rangers vs. Hurricanes

7:00 PM - Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
From $104+

Hurricanes vs. Rangers

7:00 PM - PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC
From $67+

Hurricanes vs. Maple Leafs

7:00 PM - PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC
From $74+

Carolina Hurricanes Info

The Carolina Hurricanes were founded in 1971 as the New England Whalers of the World Hockey Association (WHA). The franchise was renamed the Hartford Whalers when they joined the NHL in 1979 as part of the NHL-WHA merger. After largely struggling in Hartford, the franchise moved to Raleigh, North Carolina in 1997 and were rebranded as the Carolina Hurricanes. The Hurricanes have had periods of sustained success since then, appearing in two Stanley Cup Finals and hoisting The Cup in 2005-06. Buy cheap Carolina Hurricanes tickets on TickPick this season at the guaranteed best prices.

How Much Do Carolina Hurricanes Tickets Cost?

Carolina Hurricanes tickets can resell for well above face value, but TickPick has the guaranteed best prices on Carolina Hurricanes tickets of any secondary ticket site. The cheapest get-in price for the next Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York Rangers game at PNC Arena on Saturday, February 11 is currently $110.00 and the average ticket price is $467.98. The most expensive ticket for this Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York Rangers game is $1,729.00. No matter what seats you're looking for, we guarantee you'll get your tickets at the best prices on TickPick because you'll never pay any service fees.

How Many Tickets Are Available for the Next Carolina Hurricanes Game?

There are 827 tickets still available on TickPick for the next Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York Rangers game at PNC Arena on Saturday, February 11.

Where do the Carolina Hurricanes play their home games?

The Carolina Hurricanes play their home games at PNC Arena.

Who is the Head Coach for the Carolina Hurricanes?

Former Hurricanes great Rod Brind’Amour enters his fifth season as Carolina head coach. Brind’Amour, who captained the Hurricanes to their lone Stanley Cup, won the Jack Adams Award in 2021-22, which is given to the NHL’s coach of the year. Brind’Amour has led Carolina to four consecutive playoff appearances.

How Many Stanley Cups Have the Carolina Hurricanes Won?

The Carolina Hurricanes have won one Stanley Cup, defeating the Edmonton Oilers in the 2005-06 season. Carolina lost their first appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals, losing to the Detroit Red Wings in 2001-02. Prior to joining the NHL in 1979, the then-New England Whalers won the first WHA championship in 1972-73.

Who are the Carolina Hurricanes’ Biggest Rivals?

A more recent rival, the Hurricanes have bad blood with the Montreal Canadiens stemming from an offer sheet in 2019 to then-free agent Sebastian Aho (who stayed with Carolina). The Hurricanes also have rivalries with the Boston Bruins, Florida Panthers, and Washington Capitals.

Do Children Need Their Own Ticket for Carolina Hurricanes Games?

All fans 24 months and older must have a ticket to attend games at PNC Arena.

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