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Game 45: Hurricanes vs. Flyers

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Hopefully this is a close game, it usually isn't when we play Philly; but we will see.

Go Canes

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Cam Ward with another "save of the year." On a shorthanded attempt he took a shot from a two on one and I believe the shot went of the shaft of his stick. It was an incredible save.

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Flyers Goal

Goal Scored By: Brayden Schenn

Goal Assisted By: Wayne Simmonds

Cam Ward makes first save on Simmonds on a two on two and Schenn puts the rebound high over the left shoulder of the slumping Ward.

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This young team just doesn't give the same effort that former Canes teams that were much less talented have given. Skinner and Faulk the two youngest guys on this team seem to give the most effort on the team and the veterans need to start looking at how these young guys play because this team is on the decline and if a lot of them don't start giving the effort that say Cory Stillman, Glen Wesley, Rod Brind'Amour, and Ray Whitney gave when they were with the Canes then this team with look drastically different come next year.

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HURRICANES GOAL!!!

On the Power Play

Goal Scored By: Jerome Samson (His First of the Year)

Goal Assisted By: Justin Faulk and Eric Staal

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Should definitely be a no call there. For once Tripp actually knows what he is talking about.

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Ward is playing one of his best games this season in my opinion. We are being out-shot 27-22 and the scoring chances don't really even seem close. Wardo and the goal by Samson (obviously) is keeping us in this game.

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Flyers Goal

Goal Scored By: Sean Couturier

Goal Assisted By: Harry Zolnierczyk

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Samson with two golden opportunities and misses both of them.

On the bright side, he is creating opportunities; that is something that no other player besides Eric Staal, Brandon Sutter, Tuomo Ruutu, Jussi Jokinen, and Jeff Skinner can do on this team.

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