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MillionDollarCam

2017-2018 Carolina Hurricanes Season

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2 hours ago, iamcline said:

Dumba initiated a rugby scrum and got away with it.



Because he did such a subtle move and because Faulk ended up stuck behind Darling before anybody. Had that not occurred, I think they would have given the call to us. Faulk has to not do that to begin with. Darling was reaching his posts all night. But it is what it is. Hopefully that situation gets worked on because we can't have those kinds of issues all season late in games when we have a 1 goal lead.



The crowd was great to see tonight. Seemed like a packed house and everybody was into it. We need that all season. You could tell the players were feeling the energy in the third period when everybody started picking their game up. We can't have this crowd on opening night and only when we are winning. The fairweather fans need to weed themselves out and we need to start getting people watching hockey. I seriously want to just start making threads in the main forum...lol

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That game had a little bit of everything, fun one to be at.

Peters said the boys were cramping so that's possibly why we looked sluggish through the first two periods.

Usually we lose that type of game. Glad we're off and running!

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Officially a sellout last night. 18,680.

As for the non-call of interference...had we been Toronto or Montreal you can bet your arse that we'd have gotten the call.

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43 minutes ago, iamcline said:

Officially a sellout last night. 18,680.

As for the non-call of interference...had we been Toronto or Montreal you can bet your arse that we'd have gotten the call.

Definitely some empty seats there (predominantly center ice lowers) but the crowd was into it in the third. Real quiet during the first and second but once the boys were flying around in the 3rd it got pretty loud.

 

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Game 2 coming at ya!!!

Lines

Aho - Staal - Lindholm

Teravainen - Rask - Williams

Skinner - Ryan - Kuokkanen

Nordstrom - Kruger - McGinn

Slavin - Pesce

Hanifin - Faulk

Fleury - Dahlbeck

Darling

Ward

Scratches: Necas, Jooris

Injured: Van Riemsdyk (concussion), Stempniak (upper body IR)

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The Canes finally get to play their third game tonight! With the Canes schedule backloaded this year, it's important to win these early season games.

A couple of notes: Trevor Carrick was called up with TVR going to IR with a concussion and Skinner is playing his 500th game today.

Line Up

Aho - Staal - Lindholm

Teravainen - Rask - Williams

Skinner - Ryan - Kuokkanen

Nordstrom - Kruger - McGinn

Slavin - Faulk

Hanifin - Pesce

Fleury - Dahlbeck

Darling

Ward

Scratches: Necas, Jooris, Carrick

Injured: Stempniak (upper body, IR), Trevor Van Riemsdyk (concussion, IR)

Season Leaders

Points: Aho, Lindholm, Rask with 2

Goals: 5 tied with 1

Assists: Aho, Lindholm with 2

 

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To echo the previous sentiment, we NEED 2 points tonight.

The Canes are going with a different lineup tonight: in: Necas, Jooris, Carrick, and Ward; out: Kuokkanen, McGinn, Dahlbeck, and Darling.

Line Up

Teravainen - Staal - Williams

Skinner - Rask - Ryan

Aho - Necas - Lindholm

Nordstrom - Kruger - Jooris

Slavin - Pesce

Faulk - Hanifin

Fleury - Carrick

Ward Darling

Scratches: Kuokkanen, McGinn, Dahlbeck

Injuries: Van Riemsdyk (concussion, IR) & Stempniak (upper body, IR)

Van Riemsdyk is making progress and has joined the team in Edmonton.

GO CANES!!!

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The Canes get a big win on the road with a 5-3 win over Edmonton. Jaccob Slavin was phenomenal tonight and completely shut down McDavid.

Box Score

  1. Jordan Staal: 1 goal, 3 assists, 4 points, +2
  2. Teuvo Teravainen: 2 goals, +1
  3. Jaccob Slavin: 1 goal, 1 assist, 2 points, +3
  4. Justin Williams: 2 assists, +1
  5. Justin Faulk: 2 assists
  6. Elias Lindholm: 1 goal, +1
  7. Cam Ward: 48/51, .941 sv. %

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