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Hurricanes Newsstand — April 27

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A week and a half has passed and the Hurricanes and Devils are right where many thought they would be: facing a Game 7 in their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series. The deciding game will be tomorrow in Newark, but for today the story is the Hurricanes' dominant Game 6 performance, an effort that included a bit of everything: Eric Staal and Ray Whitney filling up the scoresheet, Cam Ward blanking New Jersey and Tim Gleason giving David Clarkson a taste of his own medicine. Combine those efforts with a top-to-bottom dominant performance and it's easy to see why the Canes came away with a 4-0 victory.

Game 6 Recaps And News

Canes Country: Hurricanes dominate Devils, 4-0, and force Game 7

In Lou We Trust: Hurricanes dominate Devils in Game 6, Win 4-0

News & Observer: Hurricanes force Game 7 • DeCock: There's another goalie in this series • Maurice finds the right mix • Time Warner customers miss some Canes action • Staal answers the call • Big play from Babchuk

The Star-Ledger: Hurricanes force Game 7 with 4-0 rout of Devils • Notebook: Devils realizing why home ice matters with Game 7 looming • Hurricanes' Whitney shows up at right time • Devils need their best players to shine in Game 7 • This time there was no comeback for Devils • 

CarolinaHurricanes.com: Hurricanes 4, Devils 0 • Line changes work beautifully for Canes • Soak it in

NHL.com: Devils hope home ice works to their advantage • Devils' top line goes silent

The Hockey News: Canes' top line strikes devastating balance

WRALSportsFan: Stories, audio and video

850 The Buzz: Canes force Game 7 (audio files)

Howard Berger: Maurice Not Gloating

MyNC.com:  Dancin' Granny a hit

NJ.com:  Fans embracing hockey

NHL Fanhouse:  History behind "Let's Go Canes"