The Carolina Hurricanes will look to avoid a sweep at the hands of the Pittsburgh Penguins and extend the Eastern Conference Finals series tonight at the RBC Center. The reasons for the Pens' 3-0 series lead are many, but the biggest hurdle will be regaining their confidence early in Game 4.
Also, be sure to read the N&O's article on 10-year-old anthem singer Katherine Fritsch.
Canes Country: Things Could be Worse • Raleigh - A Hockey Melting Pot
Pensburgh: Killer Instinct: The Penguins look to take out Carolina • Pittsburgh's special teams steady throughout playoff run
News & Observer: No margin for error • Tudor: Canes keep it in perspective • Canes keep a can-do attitude • Ward says he can be better • Girl brings Canes big voice, lucky socks
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Penguins restore power to power play • Gonchar's right calf improves • Penguins Notebook: Speedy end to Hurricanes' threat top priority • Hurricanes Notebook: Carolina is unrattled by elimination threat
NHL.com: Monday is fun day for Pens / Crosby compliments • Numbers not adding up for Hurricanes • Penguins-Hurricanes series blog
WRALSportsFan.com: Stories, video and audio
CarolinaHurricanes.com: Droschak: Digging out with Defense • Canes Positive Heading into Game 4
ESPN.com: Collision course for Finals rematch? • Burnside: Dead team walking
USA Today: Hurricanes keeping hope after spiraling into 3-0 hole vs. Pens