Too much Geno + too much Sid = 3-0 hole.
That's where the Carolina Hurricanes sit right now, waiting for a chance at a shred of redemption in Tuesday's Game 4 at the RBC Center. Simply put, the Pittsburgh Penguins have dominated in every facet of the game this series. That doesn't mean the Canes haven't had their opportunities to seize control of each game, but they are yet to have a moment where one could sense a momentum shift.
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Pensburgh: Scheduling flub could give Penguins plenty of rest before Finals
News & Observer: Pens brace for battle with Canes • DeCock: Canes look spent against Pens • Maurice: Canes not defending well enough
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: For Hossa, final vs. Penguins would be 'interesting' • Penguins look to end series • Penguins Notebook: Crosby's beard scores with some • A surreal ride for Penguins' Bylsma • Hurricanes Notebook: Cole happy to be back on Carolina's roster
NHL.com: Ward, Hurricanes are perched on the brink • Going for the kill • No stopping Sid • 'Canes dazed and confused • Penguins-Hurricanes series blog
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CarolinaHurricanes.com: Canes Need the Perfect Storm
TSN: Dreger: Staal feeling the pressure against Penguins
ESPN.com: The power of Penguins' duo, Guerin's resurgence, Canes' no-name ... • Series blog