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Hurricanes Newsstand — May 11

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The Carolina Hurricanes have today to erase the memories of yesterday's lopsided defeat to the Bruins. The good news? The Canes still lead the best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinals series 3-2, with Tuesday's Game 6 on home ice instead of in Boston. 

The Canes await word on the status of Scott Walker, whose late-game punch to Bruins defenseman Aaron Ward earned him an instigator penalty (on top of a fighting infraction and 10-minute misconduct) and thus a review by the league for a possible one-game suspension. TSN's Bob McKenzie thinks Walker may not be suspended for the hit, and his argument is one I've heard from a couple different places already.

Canes Country: Boston Stays Alive - Bruins 4, Canes 0

Stanley Cup Of Chowder: Bruins roll to 4-0 victory in Game 5

News & Observer: Bruins roar back • Hurricanes quickly set Game 5 loss aside • DeCock: Canes still have the upper hand -- for now • Bruins' Ward examined for broken facial bone

Boston Globe: Bearing down • On this night, end not in sight • No better time to be better • Chara's return was a big relief • Hurricanes suddenly twisting and turning • Briuns' Lucic an immediate hit • Video: Reaction roundup

Boston Herald: Bruins back with fury • Bruins fire fully fueled now • Rout brings new hope • Shots come cheap • Scott Walker might punch out • Players go with flow

NHL.com: The comeback kid • BOS / CAR series blog

CarolinaHurricanes.com: Looking Towards Tuesday • More Signs of the Times

TSN.ca: McKenzie: Walker could avoid suspension for Ward incident

Puck Daddy: What We Learned: Don't worry, the Bruins got this, no problem • Video: Scott Walker apparently doesn't follow 'Queensbury Rules'

WRALSportsFan.com: Stories, video and audio

850 The Buzz: Suspension Looming For Walker? • A Game Not Even A Mother Could Love

USA Today:  Tim Thomas' blog