Hurricanes Game Night
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Another sluggish start doomed the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night, as the Tampa Bay Lightning paid their first visit of the season to PNC Arena on the back half of a back-to-back and left town with a 4-1 win in the Canes' home opener.
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On the strength of a four-goal first period, the Florida Panthers went on cruise control for the final 40 minutes and skated away with an easy 5-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes in Sunrise, Fla., on Saturday night.
A bunch of firsts for Carolina hockey as the Canes are in Charlotte for the 5pm game as they welcome the Thrasher-Jets back to the Sunbelt. Link to the latest Printable Camp Guide too.
The Hurricanes prospects are on television at 3pm playing the Rangers squad (NHLNetwork). Carolyn is hosting the gamethread for discussion, hopefully a few goal cellies, and to answer any questions you have about this group or the upcoming Training camp.
The Canes look to regain the 8th spot in the East, Ward plays his 15th consecutive and Brett Sutter debuts for the club.
Though Sportsclubstats puts their odds at ridiculously slim .013% (that's 13 out of 100,000) and allows them only four losses in the 29 games remaining this season, they are seemingly sipping the Koolaid (or at least thinking about mixing up a batch).
Kipper vs Ward. Jokinen returns. With points in 7 straight, will today's ASG roster energy continue into the game?
The two teams are tied for 9th, though the Canes have 2 games in had, both are 6pts out of playoffs. Is this a must win?
With a tight battle for the top spot in the SE Division, there's a lot riding on the game between these two rivals tonight.
With Jay Harrison still injured, the Checkers' powerplay quarterback Bryan Rodney is meeting the team in Florida for the next 2 games.
Will Stars Finnish netminder Kari Lehtonen find better luck with his new sweater at the RBC Center? Or will the Canes Finns dominate the Stars again?
The Defense comes through
For the 18,978 fans who were on their feet for the entire game, it's a night they'll never forget. For those who watched on TV, it was one sweet night as well. Tonight, at 8pm on the NHL Network, the "Raise the Cup" summer series arrives at Raleigh's RBC Center, June 2006.
Hurricanes game preview
The Carolina Hurricanes host the New York Islanders at the RBC Center. Rick DiPietro — looking for his first win in Raleigh since 2004 — and Cam Ward will face off in net. Doug Weight and Brandon Sutter meet for the first time since "The Hit."
Trailing 3-0 in their best-of-seven Eastern Conference Finals series against the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Carolina Hurricanes host Game 4 hoping to avoid a sweep and get back in the series.