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Game 32: Carolina Hurricanes (15-14-2) @ Toronto Maple Leafs (18-12-4)

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The Carolina Hurricanes are on the road tonight taking on the Toronto Maple Leafs as they still search to rekindle the passion, grit, and toughness they displayed earlier in the year. The Canes only have three wins in their last ten games, but lucky for them; Toronto also only has three wins in their last ten games.

With the Canes having recent success against the Leafs, I would expect tonight will be the night when the Canes finally get back on track.

As far as news goes...

The only news I have for you guys right now is that James Reimer will be in net for the Maple Leafs.

Regarding injuries, John-Michael Liles and and Clarke MacArthur are day-to-day and could see action as where Leo Komarov is on IR and will be out for the Leafs.

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Ughh...talk about a must win.

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Playoff hopes ride on winning this game.

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Who's goalie?

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Probably Peters but no word yet, the PR guys don't travel so I don't really have any news.

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I'll poo a fuging brick if John Muse starts

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Peters is starting.

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is Fox Sport South fuging up for anyone else?

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Jokinen (healthy) and LaRose (flu) are the scratches.

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well there's nothing else on so i guess i'll watch this train wreck.

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