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Game 19: Carolina Hurricanes (9-8-1) vs. Pittsburgh Penguins (13-7-0)

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Was at the game...as always...LOT of Pittsburgh peeps there. They were quite humbled and were sloppy in their own end. Skinner's skating was fun to watch and lot of speed.

Orpik made a run at Skinner...piece of crap.

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Was at the game as well, way too many Crosby jerseys but the "Crosby you suck" chants are glorious.

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No reason not to sweep Florida this weekend - Go Canes!

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Any word on Pitkanen is coming back? Faulk has continued to impress this season however. Will feel a bit better about our defense when Joni comes back, although I still think we need to make a trade for another defender. BTW does anyone else think that Jussi has been less that worthless the last few games?

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Any word on Pitkanen is coming back? Faulk has continued to impress this season however. Will feel a bit better about our defense when Joni comes back, although I still think we need to make a trade for another defender. BTW does anyone else think that Jussi has been less that worthless the last few games?

1. Muller said Pitkanen could be back this Saturday.

2. Agree with still making the trade for a d-man because Sangs needs more time in Charlotte

3. Agree 100% on the Jokinen front, he needs to be the one shipped out in the trade for a defender. We can replace him with Dalpe.

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WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! HURRICANES!!! :)

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