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Hurricanes Newsstand — May 14

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The Hurricane face Game 7 ... again. Instead of Newark, this time the site will be Boston, and it is their opponent who holds the momentum after the Bruins took Games 5 and 6 to force this deciding matchup.

Coach Paul Maurice hinted that their could be some lineup shuffling. Whether that means a change in who is dressed or simply line and/or defense pairing mixing is not known. Expect the same Bruins team that won the past two games — Marc Savard is ready to go after a leg-to-leg collision with Chad LaRose near the end of Game 6.

 

Canes Country: Pressure Now on the Bruins? - Game 7 Preview • Hurricanes Hold Edge In Game 7 Experience -- And Success -- Over Bruins

Stanley Cup of Chowder: Twas the Night Before Game 7

News & Observer: Hurricanes confident going into Game 7 • Leader knows when enough has been said • TV schedule has Game 7 starting later • Bruins hope to complete unlikely playoff comeback • Maurice weighs changes for Game 7

Boston Globe: Bruins attempt to finish rally • Games of chance • Hurricanes remain calm before the storm • Chara on No. 7: 'Just play ... be smart'

Boston Herald: Coaches looking for changes in Game 7 • Net worth up in Game 7 • Claude Julien expects Marc Savard to play

NHL.com: BOS / CAR series blog • Hurricanes still believe

CarolinaHurricanes.com: Facts and Superstitions • Game Notes

WRALSportsFan.com: Stories, video and audio

USA Today: Demers: Thoughts, picks for Game 7s

FoxSports: Conference semis generate maximum excitement