Hurricanes' goal song vote includes 'Brass Bonanza'

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The Carolina Hurricanes might turn back the clock this season.

The club is holding a fan vote for their 2018-19 goal song, and a modern version of "Brass Bonanza" - the iconic tune of the Hartford Whalers - is one of the options.

The Whalers relocated to Carolina in 1997.

Tom Dundon, who became the Hurricanes' majority owner in January, hasn't been shy about wanting a throwback presence at PNC Arena, as one of his first moves was making Whalers gear available for purchase at home games.

"Brass Bonanza" was certainly a fan favorite. Heck, even Chris Pronger, who spent two seasons in Hartford, admitted to humming it.

"Oh yeah! That's a very iconic goal song," he laughed in an interview with theScore last November.

Despite the song's history, it faces some stiff competition in this fan vote.

Song Artist
Jump Around House of Pain
Lithium Nirvana
Party Up DMX
Raise Up Petey Pablo
Rock and Roll Led Zeppelin
The Nights Avicii
Uprising Muse

Voting closes at 11:59 p.m. ET on Monday, Aug. 13.

Hurricanes' goal song vote includes 'Brass Bonanza'
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