On the 4 on 3 power play, Stamkos scored the game winner meaning the Canes lost another game influenced by officiating controversy.
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The Canes still had fire in their bellies and were pressing. After Ward made an excellent save on Gaborik, the Canes went on the attack again. With the puck behind the Rangers goal…
Bryan Allen was in the penalty box at the start of the third, finishing the Canes only penalty of the night. With the puck in the Canes end, Allen’s penalty ended. Staal saw Allen come out of the box, made a pretty lead pass to set Allen up on a breakaway.
Skinner had a very nice shootout goal but it wasn’t enough as the Panthers put in 2, keeping the Canes as the only team not to win a shootout in the NHL.
The Carolina Hurricanes lost another shootout, this time to the Anaheim Ducks, 3-2 after a game well played game by both teams. I’ve never been a fan of shootouts and neither can the Canes as they are the only team not to win a shootout this season dropping all five that they’ve been in.
The Carolina Hurricanes played an outstanding game in every aspect blanking the Washington Capitals 5-0 behind Justin Peter’s first NHL shutout.
The Carolina Hurricanes beat the San Jose Sharks at The RBC center 3-2 on Friday February 17th in front of a sellout (and loud) crowd.
The Carolina Hurricanes had a slow start in the first period but came back with good effort in the second and third for a 2-1 victory over the L. A. Kings.
Admittedly I’m an Eric Staal fan, but more so since covering the team for CaryCitizen. One benefit of press row is being up high to have the ability to watch plays form while concentrating on one player at the same time. What Staal does off the puck is very impressive.
The Carolina Hurricanes finally got a win against the Winnipeg Jets this season in a 2-1 squeaker at the RBC Center, January 23, 2012.