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The 2005–06 Carolina Hurricanes season was the franchise's 34th season, 27th season in the National Hockey League and ninth as the Hurricanes. The Hurricanes won the Stanley Cup to win the second championship in team history. In 1973, the Whalers won the inaugural championship of the World Hockey Association.

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  • The 2005–06 Carolina Hurricanes season was the franchise's 34th season, 27th season in the National Hockey League and ninth as the Hurricanes. The Hurricanes won the Stanley Cup to win the second championship in team history. In 1973, the Whalers won the inaugural championship of the World Hockey Association.
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  • The 2005–06 Carolina Hurricanes season was the franchise's 34th season, 27th season in the National Hockey League and ninth as the Hurricanes. The Hurricanes won the Stanley Cup to win the second championship in team history. In 1973, the Whalers won the inaugural championship of the World Hockey Association.
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  • *17 Rod Brind'Amour *8 Matt Cullen *12 Eric Staal *14 Kevyn Adams *39 Doug Weight
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  • *2 Glen Wesley *4 Aaron Ward *5 Frantisek Kaberle *6 Bret Hedican *7 Niclas Wallin *48 Anton Babchuk *28 Andrew Hutchinson *22 Mike Commodore *70 Oleg Tverdovsky
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  • *30 Cam Ward *29 Martin Gerber
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  • *Peter Karmanos Jr. , Thomas Thewes *Jim Rutherford , Davin Olsen , *Jason Karmanos , Mike Amendola *Peter Laviolette , Kevin McCarthy, Jeff Daniels *Greg Stefan , Chris Huffine , *Skip Cunningham, Wally Tatomir, Bob Gorman , *Peter Freisen , Chris Stewart *Brian Tatum , Kelly Kirwin , *Sheldon Ferguson , Marshall Johnston *Claude Larose, Ron Smith, Tony MacDonald, Martin Madden, Bert Marshall , *Mike Sundheim , Kyle Hanlin .
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  • *11 Justin Williams *13 Ray Whitney *16 Andrew Ladd *18 Mark Recchi *27 Craig Adams *26 Erik Cole *59 Chad LaRose *61 Cory Stillman *63 Josef Vasicek
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  • Eric Staal, Cory Stillman
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  • Martin Gerber
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  • Eric Staal
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  • Eric Staal
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  • Nine players remained from the 2002 Carolina team that lost in the finals - Craig Adams, Kevyn Adams, Rod Brind'Amour, Erik Cole, Bret Hedican, Josef Vasicek, Niclas Wallin, Glen Wesley, Aaron Ward. Jeff Daniels also played in 2002, but was an Assistant Coach in 2006. Assistant Coach Kevin McCarthy was the only remaining member of 2002 Carolina Coaching Staff.
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