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NHL releases Canes' schedule for 2014-15

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The Carolina Hurricanes open Oct. 10 against the New York Islanders and end April 11 against the Detroit Red Wings, the NHL announced Sunday.

The league released schedules for all teams Sunday afternoon.

The Canes schedule includes five straight games on the road in October while the North Carolina State Fair is in town.

But the Canes finish with a heavy home presence. In March, 11 of the Canes’ 15 games are at PNC Arena.

Carolina is looking to get back in the playoffs with new coach Bill Peters, a former Red Wings assistant.

New general manager Ron Francis hired Peters last week.

The Canes will play many of their games on weekends.

Of the Hurricanes’ 41 home games, 22 will fall on Fridays, Saturdays or Sundays.

You can find the Canes’ schedule in a PDF format here.

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