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Blackhawks @ Hurricanes 5/3-5/6 Final Three


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"The Carolina Hurricanes and Chicago Blackhawks conclude their eight-game season series with three straight games in Raleigh.

The Match-Up

Chicago Blackhawks (22-23-6, 50 points) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (34-10-7, 75 points)

Monday, May 3, 7 p.m.

Watch: Bally Sports South, Bally Sports app

Listen: 99.9 FM The Fan, Hurricanes.com/Listen, Hurricanes app

Numbers to Know

1: Alex Nedeljkovic made 31 saves on 32 shots and recorded his first career NHL point with the primary assist on Dougie Hamilton's game-winning goal in overtime against Columbus on Saturday night.

7: Sebastian Aho has recorded at least a point in a season-high seven consecutive games (3g, 9a).

10: The Canes are riding a 10-game point streak (7-0-3), which is the longest active in the NHL and the third-longest in the league this season. It's also the team's longest point streak the franchise-best run of 13 games in March 2017 (9-0-4).

The Opposition

Last five games: 1-3-1, 3 points
On the road: 10-12-3, 23 points
CAR vs. CHI: 3-2-0
Leading scorer: Patrick Kane, 62 points (15g, 47a) in 51 games

The Blackhawks posted a 5-7-1 record in the month of April and dropped a 5-4 decision to the Florida Panthers at home to begin May. This three-game trip to Raleigh marks Chicago's final road trip of the season."



"Here is the projected lineup for the Hurricanes.







Scratch: Gardiner

Injuries: Martinook (lower body), McGinn (upper body), Mrazek (lower body), Paquette (lower body)

Taxi squad: Ryan, Shore"

Really interest read between the lines quote from Rod on Petr that may suggest Petr is more injured than though or something else. If we or the predators win the blackhawks are out of the playoffs so be prepared for them to come out desperate tonight.

The exact quote is “At some point we got to get Petr going here, at some point, to see if he’s even in the mix. You know like we gotta gotta get him some games. And so.”

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Meanwhile, the Canes are 3-2 against a team that has taken a couple of huge hits this season with Jonathon Toews being out the entire season, Brent Seabrook retiring and the recent surprise retirement announcement from Andrew Shaw after one too many concussions at the age of 29. Add to the fact this team let go of some serious talent following their Stanley Cup run from the 2009/2010 season thru 2014/2015 (3 cups in 5 seasons) opting to keep some guys beyond their years.

I'll admit I was a long-time Hawks fan before I was a Canes fan and I still get a twinge when the 2 teams play. But, c'mon, another one of those teams the Canes should be dominating, but who have proven to create matchup issues. But hey, not may teams can keep track of Patrick Kane every shift.

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