http://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/can-we-capture-energy-hurricane-180960750/ from this article... "The wind from just one storm is a gold mine of clean energy." "The energy output from the wind is about 1.5 terawatts from your average cyclone."
It's not worth it even if you could trap the energy.
You'd need a massive, specially designed wind farm, huge storage facilities all for the remote chance of a hurricane. Hurricanes don't follow a set path so where do you place the farm?
You'd be better off making an ordinary wind or solar farm to collect energy normally for the 99.99% of the time when there is no hurricane.
It's complicated. If a hurricane devastated a wind farm, I'd say that there would be a huge output of electricity into the power grid, but the grid would probably fail due to being ripped apart by a hurricane. But, if talking about technology in the future, which I assume is okay, as you didn't put 'currently' in your question, then yes. Tiny fan nanobots, released into a hurricane, would generate a lot of power from the... hurricane-force winds.