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Blue Jackets @ Hurricanes 5/1 Final Game


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    • I still believe it's a trash move to add one more game, but take away the bye week for the #2 seeds.
    • "The home finale of the 2020-21 regular season features a third straight match-up between the Carolina Hurricanes and Chicago Blackhawks. The Match-Up Chicago Blackhawks (22-25-6, 50 points) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (36-10-7, 79 points) Thursday, May 6, 7 p.m. Watch: Bally Sports South, Bally Sports app Listen: 99.9 FM The Fan, Hurricanes.com/Listen, Hurricanes app Tracking the Storylines There's No Place Like Home: This marks the Canes' 28th and final home game of the regular season. The team has posted a remarkable 20-3-4 record at PNC Arena this season, an .815 points percentage that is bested only by the New York Islanders (20-3-3, .827). The Canes are 4-0-0 on this five-game homestand, and, no matter the opponent, the First Round of the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs will open at PNC Arena. Star Fish: The Central Division's Star of the Month for April has continued to put points on the scoresheet in May. Sebastian Aho is riding a season-long, nine-game point streak, during which he's recorded 17 points (6g, 11a). Only Connor McDavid has recorded more points (19) since April 20. High IQ: When he returned to the lineup on April 27 in Dallas, Teuvo Teravainen was reunited on a line with Aho and Andrei Svechnikov. In the five games since, that dynamic trio has combined for 26 points (9g, 17a). Svechnikov has also tallied at least a point in each of those five games (2g, 7a)."   https://www.nhl.com/hurricanes/news/gameday-preview-chicago-blackhawks-carolina-hurricanes/c-324388946 https://www.nhl.com/hurricanes/news/projected-lineup-chicago-blackhawks-carolina-hurricanes/c-324407486 "Here is the projected lineup for the Hurricanes. Forwards Svechnikov-Aho-Teravainen Niederreiter-Trocheck-Necas Foegele-Staal-Fast McCormick-Lorentz-Geekie Defensemen Slavin-Hamilton Skjei-Pesce Bean-Hakanpaa Goalies Mrazek Nedeljkovic Scratches: Gardiner, Reimer Injuries: Martinook (lower body), McGinn (upper body), Paquette (lower body)" Last home game(regular season). Hopefully we come out with some nice energy and give the fans something to cheer about early.
    • Agree, and the reason I’m not concerned too much about your oline.    Really excited he has an elite RB, always loved McCaffrey when he was at Stanford, IMO, USC’s second biggest miss, which includes Tom Brady. Can you imagine turning one away (Brady), and never offering the other (McCaffrey) ?  
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