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Hurricanes Newsstand — May 13

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The Hurricanes will see their fourth straight series — and second this season — decided by a Game 7. With their Game 5 victory and win Tuesday, the Bruins erased  3-1 series deficit  to force a deciding game back in Boston. Cam Ward, who has looked solid but human the past two games, holds a 3-0 record in Game 7s. Carolina will likely need him outduel Tim Thomas to have a chance at advancing.

Canes Country: Boston Ties Series - Bruins 4, Canes 2 • You Make the Call - Babchuk or Kaberle? • Boxscore and summary

Stanley Cup of Chowder: Bruins force Game 7 after 4-2 win • This is how you handle the media... • Playoff Corsi Ratings: The Good, The Bad, & The Mediocre

News & Observer: Canes' loss forces Game 7 • Maurice weighs changes for Game 7 • DeCock: Hurricanes need to wake up before it's too late • Bruins find patience, turn around their game • Talking Points: Don't call Hurricanes fans 'goobers'

Boston Globe: Storming back • Bruins just better than Carolina? (video) • Garden ice the place for chilling climax • Visitors knocked the wind out of the Hurricanes • Bruins coach Julien says Savard will be OK for Game 7 • Bruins' Recchi takes a leading role

Boston Herald: Motivated Bruins force Game 7 • Scary time for Marc Savard • Tim Thomas calm during storm • Patrice Bergeron’s play pivotal • Scott Walker, brass throw dirt on team’s clean rep

NHL.com: No time to dwell • Bergeron comes up big • BOS / CAR series blog

CarolinaHurricanes.com: Canes Fall, Will Play Game 7 • Forget Everything for Game 7 • Believing • FSC to Broadcast Game 7 in HD

From The Rink: Two days, three Game 7s: Are the miles adding up? • Ranking the Round 2 teams: Age and size • 

WRALSportsFan.com: Stories, video and audio • Raleigh girl begins Carolina Hurricanes' games

850 The Buzz: Canes Do Nothing Easy, Forced Into Game 7

USA Today: Tim Thomas's Blog: We're on the verge of making history