​​Baseball season is right around the corner. After their win over the Edmonton Oilers at home, the ​Carolina Hurricanes honored the victory with one of their usual team celebrations. The home fans watched on as the Canes lined up around the diamond and simulated a walk-off home run.

 That really was a no-doubter. 


With the win, the Canes have creeped to within a point of the Pittsburgh Penguins for fourth place in the Metro. Carolina's recent surge, which includes a 7-2-1 record in their last ten games, has surprised most of the NHL.


These team-wide celebrations were initially greeted with skepticism, but as Canes fans continue to embrace this patented approach to celebrating a well-deserved home win, there's no wonder attendance numbers in Carolina continue to rise.