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Canes Take 2-Game Series in Columbus

Cary, NC — Rod Brind’Amour was steadfast about the Canes’ effort in the two extra time losses in Raleigh, except for the poor start in the first period of the first game.

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Canes Fall To Blue Jackets Twice, Both 3-2 

Cary, NC — The better team won, plain and simple.

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Canes Split in Detroit, 8 Game Win Streak Snapped 

Cary, NC — Following a near franchise record-breaking win streak, the Red Wings handed the Canes a tough loss on Tuesday.

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Canes Down Predators, Snatch their 7th Consecutive Win

Cary, NC — This week, the Canes took on the Nashville Predators at PNC Arena on Tuesday and Thursday, both nights ending in victory and with fan-favorite storm surges.

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Canes Snag 5th Straight Win, Beating Panthers 4-2

Cary, NC — The three previous meetings against the Florida Panthers all went into overtime or a shootout so everyone knew this would be a tight game.

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Canes Welcome Back Fans, Take 5-2 Win Over Red Wings

Cary, NC — What a night. The first home game with fans in over a year, the 100th win for head coach Rod Brind’Amour and the return of the beloved storm surge celebrations.

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Canes Tame Predators in 4-2 Win

Cary, NC — The Carolina Hurricanes have wrapped up a 5 game road trip with 3 straight wins, the latest being last night’s win over the surging Nashville Predators.

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Canes Get the Sweep in South Florida

Cary, NC — Coming off a reality check in Tampa Bay, the Hurricanes knew it wouldn’t be easier across the other side of Florida with the revived first-place Panthers.

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Niederreiter Nets 2 In Canes 5-3 Win Over Blackhawks 

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.

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Panthers Claw Out OT Win Over Canes 4-3

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.

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