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Game 10: Carolina Hurricanes (4-2-3) @ Minnesota Wild (4-3-3)

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What: Carolina Hurricanes @ Minnesota Wild
When: 8:00 P.M.
Where Xcel Energy Center (Saint Paul, Minnesota)

Tonight is going to be one of those nights where you have to have two tv's side by side as the Hurricanes and Panthers are playing at the same time.

As far as the Canes are concerned, Carolina is looking to extend their winning streak while also securing a possible seven out of ten points in the last five games. To keep pace with the Penguins, the Canes need to at least get a point in the standings tonight.



Tlusty - E. Staal - Semin

Gerbe - J. Staal - Dvorak

Skinner - Nash - Ruutu

Bowman - Sutter - Westgarth


Sekera - Faulk

Harrison - Murphy

Hainsey - Bellemore




Scratches: Mike Komisarek

Injured: Elias Lindholm (day-to-day), Patrick Dwyer (day-to-day), Tim Gleason (day-to-day), Anton Khudobin (1-2 weeks), Joni Pitkanen (season ending IR)

Go Canes, Go Panthers

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Definitely a night to wear out the channel return button.  Here's hoping for a successful Thursday!

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Hurricanes fall 3-1, but more importantly is the injuries to Ward, Skinner, and Murphy.

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Coincidentally every time I switch the channel to the Panthers game something bad happened in this game.  

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