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Hurricanes Newsstand — April 20

The Carolina Hurricanes have often felt at home during postseason overtimes, but Sunday's 3-2 extra-session loss to the Devils shifted control of the series back to New Jersey. With Game 4 set for the RBC Center, the Canes will need to bounce back and even the series or face an elimination game in New Jersey.

Game 3 Recaps And Stories

Canes Country: Jersey back in control of series — Devils 3, Canes 2, OT • Boxscore/Summaries

In Lou We Trust: Devils break streaks to win Game 3, 3-2 in OT

News & Observer: Devils find an answer • Overtime not Carolina's time • Without captain, Devils still display depth • Corvo avoids wrong kid of history • Canes fans prepare for the playoffs

The Star-Ledger: Thinking positive, Devils took 2-1 lead in best-of-seven series • Devils defy history in 3-2 OT win • Zajac puts to rest any goal-scoring concerns • Hurricanes dig deep on roster • Things you may have missed • Rolston comes through with a strong game for Devils

Canadian Press: Zajac the OT hero as Devils take 2-1 series lead

CarolinaHurricanes.com: Devils 3, Canes 2, OT

NHL.com: Second-straight game goes down to the wire

WRALSportsFan.com: Game audio and video in sidebar

850 The Buzz: Revenge is a dish best served cold (audio also)

CHL Playoffs

Belleville Bulls (trail series with Brampton 2-1): Lose Game 2, 7-2 • Win Game 3, 6-2

Finally, here's why the Bruins were my favorite going into the playoffs. Check out the oft-concussed Patrice Bergeron absolutely flooring Josh Gorges. For Bergeron, his first ever pro fight. For Gorges, a summary of the Habs' season: expected to win, instead clobbered.