It was a crazy, exciting, and sometimes depressing year for the Carolina Hurricanes. Last spring was as hot of a stretch there could be for the 'Canes, who came back from 10th place last New Year's Day to finish sixth and then make a miraculous run to the Eastern Conference Finals. But the most recent season, autumn, didn't bring a lot of success for the 'Canes. Once again, they enter the New Year of 2010 in a tough spot, in last place and 10 points out of 14th. The Hurricanes have just 27 points and only 10 wins in a whopping 40 games. December was a slightly better month than the previous two were, as the Hurricanes recovered a bit to finish the month with a record of just 5-6-2, good enough for 12 points in 13 games. Just as the standings point production picked up a bit in December, so ...
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