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Hurricanes @ Red Wings 3/14-3/16


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6 minutes ago, Rocky Davis said:

Another solid win, Dougie is starting to heat up.

When this team can win with a patchwork lineup you know they are solid.  Let's get the gang healthy before the playoffs though!

I'm probably in the minority but I wouldn't call it patchwork the Canes have drafted fantastically and developed these young guys into Rods system, They are not mere replacements, it's solid young depth.

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21 hours ago, TrevorLaurenceTime22 said:

I'm probably in the minority but I wouldn't call it patchwork the Canes have drafted fantastically and developed these young guys into Rods system, They are not mere replacements, it's solid young depth.

I didn't mean it in that sense, I meant "patchwork" as in this would not be our lineup if we didn't have all the injuries.

I wholeheartedly agree that we have a talented farm system and a heck of a coach!

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13 minutes ago, TrevorLaurenceTime22 said:

I am becoming a Ned believer, hope he's in goal tonight.

Seems like they are just going to continue trading games. Also I don't know when it happened but TT is on IR officially now.

https://www.nhl.com/hurricanes/news/projected-lineup-carolina-hurricanes-detroit-red-wings/c-322572466

DETROIT - For the first time since 2009, the Carolina Hurricanes have won eight games in a row. They can make it nine, which would match a franchise record, with a win in Detroit tonight.

James Reimer will take to the crease for the Canes, while Andrei Svechnikov will face off against his brother, Evgeny, for the second time this season.

GAME PREVIEW

Here is the projected lineup for the Hurricanes.

Forwards

Niederreiter-Aho-Necas
Svechnikov-Staal-Fast
McGinn-Martinook-Foegele
Paquette-Geekie-Lorentz

Defensemen

Slavin-Hamilton
Skjei-Pesce
Fleury-Bean

Goalies

Reimer
Nedeljkovic

Injuries: Mrazek (right thumb), Teravainen (concussion symptoms; injured reserve), Trocheck (upper body)

Taxi squad: Gardiner, Keane, McCormick, Warm

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5 minutes ago, Harbingers said:

Seems like they are just going to continue trading games. Also I don't know when it happened but TT is on IR officially now.

https://www.nhl.com/hurricanes/news/projected-lineup-carolina-hurricanes-detroit-red-wings/c-322572466

DETROIT - For the first time since 2009, the Carolina Hurricanes have won eight games in a row. They can make it nine, which would match a franchise record, with a win in Detroit tonight.

James Reimer will take to the crease for the Canes, while Andrei Svechnikov will face off against his brother, Evgeny, for the second time this season.

GAME PREVIEW

Here is the projected lineup for the Hurricanes.

Forwards

Niederreiter-Aho-Necas
Svechnikov-Staal-Fast
McGinn-Martinook-Foegele
Paquette-Geekie-Lorentz

Defensemen

Slavin-Hamilton
Skjei-Pesce
Fleury-Bean

Goalies

Reimer
Nedeljkovic

Injuries: Mrazek (right thumb), Teravainen (concussion symptoms; injured reserve), Trocheck (upper body)

Taxi squad: Gardiner, Keane, McCormick, Warm

TT is kinda expected concussions are no joke, he has been out the majority of the season because of covid and the concussion. Trockeck from the research I've done was expected to miss 7-10 days. 

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