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Hurricanes Newsstand — May 15

With the Eastern Conference Finals set to begin Monday, the Carolina Hurricanes and their fans have a couple days to relish another thrilling Game 7 victory. Next up? The NHL marketing machine and the Penguins. 

Canes Country: Cardiac Canes Continue to be Clutch - Canes 3, Bruins 2, OT • Dates, Times For Hurricanes And Penguins Eastern Conference Finals Series Announced

Stanley Cup Of Chowder: Bruins fall to Hurricanes 3-2 in OT of Game 7

PensBurgh: NHL gets Final Four - Bring on the Carolina Hurricanes • Carolina and Pittsburgh...By the numbers

News & Observer: Cardiac Canes pull off overtime win to advance • DeCock: One playoff goal, one playoff hero • NHL sets series schedule; Canes will play Monday • Brind'Amour's status is uncertain • Talking Points: Ward remains perfect in Game 7 • Tickets on sale now

Boston Globe: Over and out • Their Cup runneth empty • Whale of a chance, but a familiar finish • Video: Reaction roundup • Villain and a hero

Boston Herald: A villainous ending • A lost chance for Bruins • Bruins net one Hub of feat • Mark Recchi leaves no stone unturned

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Penguins vs. Hurricanes in Eastern Conference final • NHL Playoffs: No time to savor success in this grind • Penguins Notebook: Penalty-free play key to win • Penguins-Hurricanes - head to head - 5-15-09 From "villain" to hero • Power outage dooms Bruins • BOS / CAR series blog

From The Rink: Down goes Boston

Puck Daddy: Eulogy: Remembering the 2008-09 Boston Bruins • Thursday's Three Stars: Walker provides knockout blow Stories, video and audio

850 The Buzz: Walker Delivers Ultimate Knockout Punch • Goober Schadenfreude Letter from Boston

The Hockey News: Ward weaves Game 7 magic once again • Campbellnomics - Round 2 McKenzie: Walker goes into hero mode Ranking the finals

New York Times: Carolina Advances After Game 7 Thriller Against Boston Bill Simmons chat • Burnside: East finals preview