Due to conflicts at the arena in Boston, the Hurricanes did not practice on the ice Saturday in preparation for game two on Sunday night. Instead, they had a video session and team meeting. Paul Maurice said that the problem with game one was between the player's ears, and was not going to be fixed with ice time anyway.
Most of the news out and about favors Boston, and why not? The Hurricanes have not performed any better than the Habs so far and after one game, have certainly not given Boston fans any reason for concern.
Stanley Cup of Chowder: Bruins Look to go up 2-0
News and Observer: Canes Confident they can rebound . Canes Must regroup quickly
Boston Globe: Stormproof . Anything but a close shave...Staal been stalled by Chara
Boston Herald: Michael Ryder Trucks along . Winning Plan outside box
NHL.com: Hurricanes Look for answers
The Hockey News: Bruins Staying out of box against Hurricanes
850 The Buzz: What Rust?
WRAL.com: Cracking the Bruins Code
NHLPA.com: LaRose and Canes starting to Believe
Gunaxin.com: Hurricanes girls vs Bruins girls
CH.com: Learning from game one
Interviews from Saturday, May 2nd.