Cary, NC — In case you missed it, here the latest 2-game recap of the Carolina Hurricanes hosting the reigning Stanley Cup champs in Raleigh.
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Cary, NC — Nino Niederreiter led the way on Friday with 2 goals and an assist in a total team effort with a 5-3 win over the Chicago Blackhawks, extending the Canes point streak to 5 games going 4-0-1.
Cary, NC — First place in the Central/Discovery division was on the line as both teams were 1 point behind the idle Tampa Bay Lightning. Though, after falling behind by 2 goals in the first, the Florida Panthers clawed back for a 4-3 win in overtime—handing the Canes their first loss on home ice.
Cary, NC — For the second time in his NHL career, Brock McGinn had a 4 point night with the Canes starting off the 5-game homestand with a victory. The team came back from a 2-0 deficit with a solid 7-3 victory and 6 unanswered goals.
Cary, NC — The Carolina Hurricanes won another entertaining contest against the Dallas Stars by a score of 4-3 in a shootout with Vincent Trocheck netting the game-winner.
Cary, NC — The Carolina Hurricanes had a rare 2 days between games in this crazy season and Coach Rod Brind’Amour used one day to tweak some issues and gave the Canes a day off for family time.
Cary, NC — The Canes won the first game of the series in Columbus with a wild 6-5 win on Super Bowl Sunday before falling 3-2 the next night.
Cary, NC — The Carolina Hurricanes split their midweek series with the Chicago Blackhawks, winning the first game in a shootout while losing the second, 6-4, in what was the poorest defensive game of the season. The Blackhawks, like the Red Wings, are in a rebuilding mode having a very young team built on speed.
Cary, NC — Friday night the Canes knocked off the Stanley Cup Champions, Tampa Bay, then followed it up with handing the Cup runner up, Dallas Stars, their first loss of the season with a very solid 4-1 win.
Cary, NC — The Carolina Hurricanes beat the defending Stanley Cup champions, the Tampa Bay Lightning in a tense game dominated by both goalies with the Canes winning in overtime 1-0.