The year 2023 NHL playoffs will give fans a spectacular clash on the ice between two fierce rivals—the Carolina Hurricanes and the Florida Panthers. This thrilling NHL playoff matchup will captivate fans across North America, as these two powerhouse teams engage in a battle for supremacy.

Both the Carolina Hurricanes and the Florida Panthers had impressive regular seasons, showcasing their exceptional skill and determination. The Hurricanes, led by their dynamic lineup and standout goaltending, finished the season atop the Metropolitan Division. Meanwhile, the Panthers, powered by a potent offensive force and solid defensive core, secured the top spot in the Atlantic Division. As this playoff series looms, anticipation builds for what promises to be an unforgettable series between these two hockey juggernauts.

The opening game of the playoff series will set the tone for what is anticipated to be a hard-fought battle that lays ahead. The Hurricanes, with their swift and relentless style of play, look to establish dominance early. Conversely, the Panthers, known for their offensive prowess, look to exploit any weaknesses in the Hurricanes’ defense. Fans will undoubtedly be treated to a display of speed, skill, and physicality as these two teams trade blows on the ice.

Both the Hurricanes and Panthers rosters boast formidable lineups that will fill the series with thrilling moments that will swing the momentum and kept fans on the edge of their seats. The 2023 Hurricanes vs Panthers NHL playoff matchup will be remembered as a clash of two titans. From the opening face off to the final whistle, the intensity and skill possessed by both teams should create a hockey spectacle that will be etched in the memories of fans. With their talented rosters, unwavering determination, and captivating performances, the Hurricanes and the Panthers will push each other to their limits in a battle that showcases the best of the NHL.

Check out the series schedule, and make sure you tune in for what’s gearing up to be an electric matchup. GO CANES!

Game 1: Thursday, May 18th at 8pm (PNC Arena) *Carolina falls 0-1 in the series in a 3-2 nail biting loss to the Panthers in the 4th overtime, which goes down as the 6th longest game in Stanley Cup Playoff history.

Game 2: Saturday, May 20th at 8pm (PNC Arena)

Game 3: Monday, May 22nd at 8pm (FLA Live Arena)

Game 4: Wednesday, May 24th at 8pm (FLA Live Arena)

Game 5*: Friday, May 26th at 8pm (PNC Arena)

Game 6*: Sunday, May 28th at 8pm (FLA Live Arena)

Game 7*: Tuesday, May 30th at 8pm (PNC Arena)