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Carolina Hurricanes Have 10 Prospects in the NCAA and USHL

The Carolina Hurricanes have drafted many players from the NCAA and USHL, but what do their futures look like?
Massimo Rizzo

Hurricanes prospect Massimo Rizzo celebrates a goal in the 2022 Frozen Four championship game.

The Carolina Hurricanes have taken a liking to the American pipeline for prospect development. With 10 Canes prospects currently playing in the NCAA or USHL, it appears at least some of them should have a chance to sign their entry-level contracts with Carolina and remain in the organization.

Mike Stephens and Sydney Wolf go through every Canes prospect in the NCAA and USHL in the Oct. 22 episode of The Hockey News American Pipeline Podcast.

Here are more podcasts from the past week:

- The Hockey News On The 'Q': Wild West and Carolina Prospects (Team profile: Carolina Hurricanes)

- The Hockey News On The 'O': OHL Predictions and Surprises (Team profile: Boston Bruins)

- The Hockey News On The 'Dub': Standout Stars in the WHL (Team profile: Arizona Coyotes)

- The Hockey News Podcast: How About Those Canucks?


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