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Hurricanes Newsstand — May 8

The Hurricanes and Bruins meet tonight in the fourth — and extremely pivotal — game of their Eastern Conference semifinals series at the RBC Center. Carolina holds a 2-1 series edge after winning Game 3 in overtime Wednesday.

The Bruins could be without defenseman Andrew Ference and forward Blake Wheeler, who were both hurt Wednesday. 

Canes Country: Hurricanes Embrace Role of Underdog • Want To See The Real Eric Staal? Wait For Playoff Time

Stanley Cup Of Chowder: Why the Bruins need to win this series...

News & Observer: Canes pick up winners • DeCock: Canes already knew Kobasew • Bruins keep their cool • Merchants cheer for Canes in playoffs • Canes hit a sour note • Hustle plays can spur Canes

Boston Globe: Bruins regroup after storm • Twists of fate swaying Carolina's way • Hurricanes are picking up steam • Savard faults himself • No Ference • Morning briefing

Boston Herald: Bruins need to work it out • Bruins regroup to find their game • GM Peter Chiarelli mindful of team’s effort • Offense spending too much time in dumps

NHL.com: BOS / CAR series blog

CarolinaHurricanes.com: No More Words for Jokinen • Game 4 Will be Pivotal

WRALSportsFan: Stories, audio and video

USA Today: Tim Thomas journal: Cooling off after tough Game 3