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Game 4: Hurricanes (1-1-1) @ Capitals (1-2-0)

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What: Carolina Hurricanes @ Washington Capitals

Where Verizon Center, Washington D.C.

When 7:00 P.M.

TV SportsSouth (TWC: SD- 521, HD- 1521) (DirectTV: 647/647-1)

The Hurricanes are back at it tonight, playing against the Capitals at the Verizon Center.

The Canes are already in a familiar place as they currently are 8th in the Eastern Conference. A win tonight is vital to getting back on track and maintaining pace with the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Metropolitan division.

Khudobin is back in net, but other than that; Muller said the lines (for the most part) will remain the same. However he may go with seven defenseman tonight meaning Mike Komisarek will get his first action of the season.

As of right now, the lines are as following...

Jiri Tlusty - Eric Staal - Alexander Semin

Nathan Gerbe - Jordan Staal - Patrick Dwyer

Jeff Skinner - Riley Nash - Radek Dvorak

Drayson Bowman - Elias Lindholm - Brett Sutter

Justin Faulk - Andrej Sekera

Ron Hainsey - Brett Bellemore

Ryan Murphy - Jay Harrison

Anton Khudobin

Cam Ward

Extras: Mike Komisarek, Kevin Westgarth

Injured: Tuomo Ruutu, Tim Gleason, Joni Pitkanen

Go Canes!!!

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Been waiting all day for this

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fug me...really?  that's a complete garbage goal.

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This is going to become a brawl at some point if this keeps up

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Nice to see Lindholm get his first and Semin score.

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couldn't tell if they let time run out, or not.  looks like it's game over.  woo hoo!

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