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After a few season-long slump, the Hurricanes will look to bounce back led by Jordan Staal and Jeff Skinner. From the thrilling hockey to the fan-friendly environment, a game at PNC Arena should not be missed. Find cheap Carolina Hurricanes tickets on Rukkus today!

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The best way to purchase Carolina Hurricanes tickets is to go directly to the specific Carolina Hurricanes page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Hurricanes listed in order starting with the games that are closest in geographical location. Proceeding that will be all of their games in chronological order with games from similar teams near the bottom. After finding a seat, you can flip through the pictures taken from each seating chart for PNC Arena that provides a seat view of every possible section. If you are either looking to purchase a ticket or have already bought your seat, our seat view will give you the ability to see exactly what the view of the game will be from your seat. The interactive seating charts of PNC Arena provide a convenient way to preview everything about your experience so that you are completely informed before making your game purchase.

How much do Carolina Hurricanes tickets cost?

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Can I buy away tickets for the Carolina Hurricanes?

Purchasing tickets for the Carolina Hurricanes when they are on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to the Carolina Hurricanes page. Rukkus has every home and away game listed from tonight on through the end of the season. Regardless of whether you bought a ticket last minute or months ahead of time, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold.

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What makes PNC Arena special?

Built in 1999, PNC Arena has undergone renovations in 2004, 2008, and 2009. These renovations were to address updates for modernization as the arena plays host to not just the Carolina Hurricanes, but also to the North Carolina State University Wolfpack men’s basketball team of NCAA Division I. Having both of these tenants in the arena means high levels of traffic throughout the year and made certain upgrades necessary such as a new sound system in 2008 and a new scoreboard in 2009.

Who are some marquee players that have been apart of the Carolina Hurricans team in the past?

Before the Hurricanes moved to Caroline in 1997, the franchise was previously known as the Hartford Whalers. Through the franchise’s time in the NHL, many greats have suited up for the franchise as both the Whalers and the Hurricanes. Players such as Eric Staal, Ron Francis, Rod Brind’Amour, Jeff O’Neill, Kevin Dineen, Glen Wesley, and Blaine Stoughton to name a few.

How have the Carolina Hurricanes performed historically?

Through their history as both the Whalers and the Hurricanes, the franchise has won just 1 Stanley Cup, while making two appearances in the Stanley Cup Final. On top of their 1 Stanley Cup, the franchise has also won the Conference Championship a total of 2 times, as well as the Division Championship 3 total times.

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The experience of a Carolina Hurricanes game at the PNC Arena is unforgettable. From the thrilling hockey to the fan-friendly environment, this is an event you don’t want to miss. Hurricanes players fly up and down the ice making brilliant plays while the energetic home crowd loudly cheers them on. If you are looking for an evening of exciting NHL action, this is the perfect venue. Grab your Hurricanes tickets today!

The Hurricanes have been a successful franchise since moving to Raleigh, North Carolina in 1997. Their impressive resume includes a Stanley Cup championship that they won in front of their home crowd in 2005. The Hurricanes have continued to keep their fan base entertained with terrific hockey and personable players that are active in the community. Come join “The Canes” and experience the thrill of live NHL action!

Along with the exciting hockey on the ice, an enthusiastic crowd makes the experience of a Hurricanes game remarkable. Fans donning red and white jerseys of their favorite players are found throughout the city. An incredible atmosphere surrounds this hockey club and the intensity can be felt as the puck is about to be dropped. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of the excitement!

The Carolina Hurricanes will have you on the edge of your seat all game long. Come join the thousands of passionate hockey fans in Raleigh as they cheer on their team. Big hits, clutch goals and incredible toughness are the signatures of Hurricanes hockey. You don’t want to miss this amazing NL action. Get your tickets right away!

Carolina Hurricanes Overview

The Carolina Hurricanes have a relatively brief yet impactful history to them. They hold the memories of an entire state that they no longer play in. The Hurricanes also reached the ultimate mountaintop in professional hockey. Carolina may not be a storied franchise, but it certainly has stories.

When the team began, it wasn’t located in Carolina and it didn’t go by the moniker of Hurricanes. Things started in New England, and the team was called the Whalers. Beginning in 1972 through the rest of the 1970s, the Whalers played in Boston as a member of the World Hockey Association. When the WHA merged with the NHL in 1979, the Whalers merged with it and moved to Hartford, Connecticut. The Hartford Whalers were born and survived for close to 20 years.

The Whalers were the only thing in town because, after all, it was Connecticut. The state is ruled by college basketball and hasn’t had a professional sport to root for since the NHL was there.

The Whale was a good, stable and successful franchise during its WHA days, hence the invite upon the merge of the two leagues. Once a member of the NHL, Hartford didn’t find quite the same level of success. Over its 18-year run before relocating, the team made the playoffs eight times. It won its division once; won a playoff series once. And yet, to this day, the Whalers resonate with citizens of CT. It’s a small, oft forgotten state in the sports landscape. In fact, that’s part of the reason the team moved to Carolina. The Whalers simply couldn’t generate enough popularity, especially with many CT hockey lifers already split between the Bruins and the New York franchises.

So in 1997, owner Peter Karmanos moved the team to North Carolina. They said goodbye to the quaint Hartford Civic Center and moved down south to pick up new residence in Greensboro while their pending arena was built. The Greensboro Coliseum was the de-facto largest arena in the NHL, but because the fact that it was located some 90 miles away from the team’s proper home in Raleigh, fans were sparse. The Hurricanes (as was the new nickname chosen by Karmanos) essentially played all 82 games on the road in 1997-98.

A sluggish first year was followed by a division title and playoff berth though in just the team’s second season in North Carolina. Leading the team on its climb up from despair was forward Ron Francis, AKA the greatest player in Hurricanes history.

Francis played an amazing 25 years in the NHL. 16 of them came as a member of the Hartford/Carolina organization. His number 10 is one of just three numbers retired by the Canes. He is also the only player in the hockey Hall of Fame to have played the majority of his career with this team. As would stand to reason, Francis holds a number of franchise records, not the least of which is career points.

In 1,186 games between Hartford and Carolina, Francis tallied 1,175 points. He also individually leads the team in all-time goals and assists with 382 and 793 respectively.

With Captain Francis leading the way, the Hurricanes moved into their new arena, now called PNC Arena, prior to the 1999 season. One more tough year after that and the team finally took off.

2001 saw the Canes make the playoffs. In 2002, they won their division and ventured all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals before eventually losing to the Detroit Red Wings four games to one. The very next season, Carolina drafted future team-leader Eric Staal.

If Francis is the best at everything in Carolina history, Staal may be second best. Still active, the now-30 year old captain is approaching 800 games for the Hurricanes. He ranks second to Francis is points (688), goals (289) and assists (399). Staal also holds the franchise marks for most career postseason goals and career postseason points.

Francis’ last season with the team and in the NHL in general was in 2003-04. The following year was canceled because of a lockout and he never returned. Despite the absence, the Hurricanes came out firing during the season after the lockout. In the 2005-06 regular season, Carolina won a personal-record 52 games and another division title. It also topped anything the franchise had previously done by going all the way and winning the Stanley Cup.

The team defeated the Oilers in the finals in a seven-game battle. Rookie goaltender Cam Ward was honored with the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoffs MVP. Longtime team member Rod Brind'Amour also captured his first ever Cup after 15 years of coming up short. While Brind’Amour didn’t put up the statistical totals for the Canes that Francis or Staal did, he still had his number 17 jersey retired by the team in 2001.

Brind’Amour was the bridge captain between Francis and Staal, from 2005 to 2010. He is fourth all-time in team scoring and the only Hurricane to ever win the Selke Trophy for best defensive forward. He won it twice.

Since that title team though, Carolina has been in a dry spell. Cam Ward had a few great seasons after his rookie playoff breakout, but he has now begun to break down and finds himself in a timeshare in net. Francis is far departed from his time on the ice but now is in charge off the ice as the team’s general manager, taking over for Jim Rutherford in 2014. Francis is looking to get his team back to the level it was at around the turn of the century. It has now been five full years since Carolina was in the playoffs.

Staal is one of the elder statesmen now, but he is flanked by some young and talented skaters. His brother Jordan is also a member of Carolina and is the alternate captain.

This past year, the Hurricanes finished last in the Metropolitan division but do have the fifth overall selection in the 2015 NHL Draft to look forward to. A game-changing player added to this roster could be just the spark it needs to begin the battle for the team’s second Stanley Cup championship.

Carolina Hurricanes Lineup

  • Zach Boychuk
  • Elias Lindholm
  • Brad Malone
  • Jay McClement
  • Riley Nash
  • Victor Rask
  • Eric Staal
  • Jordan Staal
  • Nathan Gerbe
  • Jeff Skinner
  • Chris Terry
  • Jiri Tlusty
  • Patrick Dwyer
  • Alexander Semin
  • Brett Bellemore
  • Justin Faulk
  • Tim Gleason
  • Ron Hainsey
  • Jay Harrison
  • Michal Jordan
  • John-Michael Liles
  • Andrej Sekera
  • Anton Khudobin
  • Cam Ward

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Cheap Carolina Hurricanes Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 NHL Preseason: Carolina Hurricanes at Washington Capitals — 10/05/2014
Verizon Center; Washington, DC
$2.00 NHL Preseason: Carolina Hurricanes at Washington Capitals — 09/21/2015
Verizon Center; Washington, DC
$2.00 NHL Preseason: Carolina Hurricanes at Buffalo Sabres — 09/18/2017
KeyBank Center; Buffalo, NY
$3.00 NHL Preseason: Carolina Hurricanes at Washington Capitals — 09/23/2017
Verizon Center; Washington, DC
$4.00 Florida Panthers at Carolina Hurricanes — 10/13/2015
PNC Arena; Raleigh, NC
$5.00 Dallas Stars at Carolina Hurricanes — 11/06/2015
PNC Arena; Raleigh, NC
$5.00 Anaheim Ducks at Carolina Hurricanes — 11/16/2015
PNC Arena; Raleigh, NC
$5.00 NHL Preseason: Washington Capitals at Carolina Hurricanes — 09/30/2015
PNC Arena; Raleigh, NC
$5.00 Minnesota Wild at Carolina Hurricanes — 11/12/2015
PNC Arena; Raleigh, NC
$5.00 Los Angeles Kings at Carolina Hurricanes — 11/22/2015
PNC Arena; Raleigh, NC

Best and Most Expensive Carolina Hurricanes Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$820.00Carolina Hurricanes at New Jersey Devils — 12/29/2015
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$454.00Pittsburgh Penguins at Carolina Hurricanes — 02/12/2016
PNC Arena; Raleigh, NC
$451.00Carolina Hurricanes at Chicago Blackhawks — 12/27/2015
United Center; Chicago, IL
$429.00Carolina Hurricanes at Chicago Blackhawks — 12/27/2015
United Center; Chicago, IL
$161.00Carolina Hurricanes at New York Islanders — 09/26/2015
Scotiabank Centre; Halifax, Canada
$146.00Carolina Hurricanes at Dallas Stars — 02/11/2017
American Airlines Center; Dallas, TX
$134.00Carolina Hurricanes at Winnipeg Jets — 10/21/2014
MTS Centre; Winnipeg, MB
$132.00Minnesota Wild at Carolina Hurricanes — 10/07/2017
PNC Arena; Raleigh, NC
$132.00Carolina Hurricanes at New York Rangers — 01/31/2015
Madison Square Garden; New York, NY
$123.00NHL Preseason: Carolina Hurricanes at Buffalo Sabres — 10/05/2016
Essar Centre; Sault Ste Marie, ON