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Hartford Whalers

Hartford Whalers
Former NHL franchise in Hartford from 1979–97. The franchise moved to Raleigh, North Carolina, in 1997 where it became the Carolina Hurricanes.
Former NHL franchise in Hartford from 1979–97. The franchise moved to Raleigh, North Carolina, in 1997 where it became the Carolina Hurricanes. « Show less

Top Hartford Whalers Articles

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  • On The Fly: Big Eats Tournament - Joey Chestnut, Gluttony At Foxwoods

    On The Fly: Big Eats Tournament - Joey Chestnut, Gluttony At Foxwoods
    You think your Thanksgiving Day table is a competition of gluttony? Head to Foxwoods the Saturday before the holiday to witness the professionals attack a turkey. None other than Joey "Jaws" Chestnut, the world's No. 1 ranked competitive eater, will...
  • Ryan Malone Lands In Hartford 30 Years After Whaler Dad

    HARTFORD — As he reported to practice on his first day with his new team, Ryan Malone had a question when he walked into the XL Center. "Is this where the Whalers played?" Malone said. Forgive Malone if his memory of Hartford's downtown arena is...
  • Report: NHL Hall of Famer Gordie Howe suffers stroke

    Report: NHL Hall of Famer Gordie Howe suffers stroke
    Gordie Howe, a Hall of Famer known to many as "Mr. Hockey," has lost some function on one side of his body and is having trouble speaking after suffering a stroke, the Detroit News reported on Tuesday. The 86-year-old Howe, who spent the bulk of his...
  • Hockey legend Gordie Howe suffers stroke

    Hockey legend Gordie Howe suffers stroke
    Hall of Famer Gordie Howe, long ago nicknamed “Mr. Hockey” for his legendary toughness, durability and scoring exploits, suffered a serious stroke Sunday and has lost some of the function and strength on the right side of his body, his son,...
  • Renovations Nearly Complete, XL Center Looks To Long-Term Future

    Renovations Nearly Complete, XL Center Looks To Long-Term Future
    HARTFORD — A $35 million renovation of the city's aging XL Center arena is nearly complete: Black granite shines in the new fan club; lighted signs brighten a refreshed concourse; and lower-level loge boxes offer premium seating closer to the...
  • Extra Credit

    YOU KNOW THE TUNE: The UConn hockey team played "Brass Bonanza," which for years was the Hartford Whalers' song, after goals during an exhibition game against Dalhousie Oct. 5 in Storrs. The Huskies are considering it as their official goal song moving...
  • Panthers seeking goals, wins - and fans

    Just three games into his first season behind the Panthers' bench Gerard Gallant is already sounding a lot like former coach Kevin Dineen did when it comes to his players looking to make highlight-reel goals instead of the simple play. "Yeah, trying...
  • Chris Pronger to work in NHL's player safety office

    Chris Pronger to work in NHL's player safety office
    Chris Pronger is joining the NHL's Department of Player Safety while is still technically under contract with the Philadelphia Flyers. The news was confirmed Thursday after reports circulated that the former defenseman was joining the league office....
  • Love of music, hockey runs in Ben Smith's family

    Love of music, hockey runs in Ben Smith's family
    There always was music in the car. Lots of Frank Sinatra, Billy Joel and James Taylor, singers who will always remind Blackhawks forward Ben Smith of being with his father, Larry Alan Smith, as they made lengthy drives around New England, sometimes five...
  • Kevin Dineen named Blackhawks assistant coach

    Kevin Dineen named Blackhawks assistant coach
    Joel Quenneville tapped into his stable of hockey friends and hired Kevin Dineen as an assistant coach for the Blackhawks on Monday. Dineen, who coached the Canadian women's national team to the gold medal at the Sochi Olympics, was a teammate of...
  • XL Center Sells Pairs Of Arena Seats For $200 Each

    XL Center Sells Pairs Of Arena Seats For $200 Each
    If you liked your concert seats at Hartford's XL Center, now you can have two of them on your back deck, in your living room or anywhere else you want them. The XL Center is selling pairs of seats that are being removed as part of the arena's $35 million...