GAME NOTES: Carolina Hurricanes vs. Boston BruinsCarolina Hurricanes vs. Boston BruinsWednesday, March 1, 7:00 p. m. (ET) RBC Center, Raleigh, NC Tickets | Listen LIVE! (7 p. ) Hurricanes: 39-14-4 (82 pts. ), Southeast Division, 1st place Bruins: 24-24-10 (58 pts. ), Northeast Division, 5th place Tonight's Game The Southeast Division-leading Carolina Hurricanes resume regular-season play on Wednesday at the RBC Center against the Boston Bruins (7 p. m., Hurricanes Radio Network) following the NHL's two-week Olympic break. Carolina has 25 games remaining in their 82-game regular-season schedule, with all games against Eastern Conference opponents. The Hurricanes' 82 points prior to the Olympic Break put them three points ahead of Ottawa for first place in the conference and 14 points ahead of Tampa Bay for first place in the Southeast Division. Detroit's 83 points led the NHL prior to the Olympic Break.
J. Greer Hampus Lindholm – Matt Grzelcyk Derek Forbort – Connor Clifton Mike Reilly – Brandon Carlo Linus Ullmark Jeremy Swayman Carolina Hurricanes Ryan Dzingel – Sebastian Aho – Jesper Fast Mackenzie MacEachern – Seth Jarvis – Ondrej Kase Jordan Martinook – Jesperi Kotkaniemi – Stefan Noesen Max Pacioretty – Martin Necas – Andrei Svechnikov Ethan Bear – Brent Burns Jalen Chatfield – Dylan Coghlan Jake Gardiner – Eric Gelinas Frederik Andersen Antti Raanta Injury Report Bruins: Trent Frederic: day to day (shoulder), Derek Forbort: out (upper-body), Matthew Filipe: out (undisclosed) Hurricanes: Ondrej Kase: out (concussion), Frederik Andersen: out (undisclosed), Jake Gardiner: out (hip/back), Cavan Fitzgerald: out (undisclosed), Teuvo Teravainen: out (upper body), Max Pacioretty: out (achilles) Form Guide DateOpponentScoreResult24.
Through games of Feb. 12, Staal ranked third in the league with 75 points and tied for fourth in the NHL with 36 goals. He has notched points in 42 of the Hurricanes' 57 games this season. 12, he ranked tied for sixth in the league with 15 power-play goals and three shorthanded goals. CAROLINA AT HOME: 24-5-1 CAROLINA ON THE ROAD: 15-8-3 CAROLINA ON THE POWER PLAY: 73-of-381 (19. 2%) CAROLINA SHORTHANDED: 255-of-312 (81. 7%) Injury Report Defenseman Andrew Hutchinson, wrist, surgery 2/1, out two months, missed 5 games Center Josef Vasicek, left knee, surgery 12/5, injured reserve, out 3-4 months, missed 42 games Hurricanes Practice Schedule March 1 Wednesday RBC Center 10:30 a. March 2 Thursday RBC Center 11:00 a.
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Hurricanes Current Streaks Left wing Erik Cole has earned points in each of the last four games (2/5-2/12: 3g, 1a) Left wing Cory Stillman has earned assists and points in each of the last four games (2/5-2/12: 1g, 5a) Center Eric Staal has earned assists and points in each of the last two games (2/10-2/12: 2g, 2a) Left wing Ray Whitney has earned assists and points in each of the last two games (2/10-2/12: 0g, 3a) Milestone Watch Left wing Cory Stillman is one goal shy of 200 for his NHL career Television: none Radio: Hurricanes Radio Network - WWMY 102. 9 FM (Raleigh - flagship), WYSR 1590 AM (High Point), WMFD 630 AM (Wilmington) Internet: www. carolinahurricanes. comCarolina Notes The Hurricanes currently post a 39-14-4 record, including a 16-4-0 record in 20 games since Dec. 31. Carolina had its franchise-best nine-game home winning streak (12/13-1/28) snapped against Pittsburgh on Feb.
Martin Gerber made 24 saves to earn his third straight win for Carolina. Feb. 5, 2006 Hurricanes 4, Boston 3 (SO) Carolina scored its fifth shootout win of the 2005-06 season when center Doug Weight scored Carolina's second shootout goal and goaltender Martin Gerber stopped Boston's fourth and final shooter Sergei Samsonov. The game marked the return of left wing Cory Stillman to the Hurricanes' lineup, and Stillman earned assists on goals by linemates Eric Staal and Erik Cole.
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Hurricanes vs. Bruins 2005-06 Schedule Oct. 26 RBC Center W, 4-3 (OT) Feb. 5 TD Banknorth Garden W, 4-3 (SO) March 1 RBC Center 7:00 p. March 18 TD Banknorth Garden 12:00 p. Oct. 26, 2005 Hurricanes 4, Boston 3 (OT) The Carolina Hurricanes scored their second straight come-from-behind victory when Matt Cullen scored 3:24 into overtime to keep the Hurricanes undefeated at the RBC Center for 2005-06. Cullen put the Hurricanes ahead 1-0 into the game, but Boston scored three straight goals to take a 3-1 lead 10:20 into the second period. Carolina rallied on goals by defenseman Frantisek Kaberle and Erik Cole to take the game to overtime when Cullen gave the Hurricanes their first 4-on-4 overtime win of the season. Eric Staal won the game's first star with assists on Kaberle's and Cole's goals. Defenseman Aaron Ward earned the first assists on each of Cullen's goals for his first two-assists game of his career and first two-point game since March 8, 2004.
Boston Bruins vs Carolina Hurricanes Head to HeadA complete record of competitive matches played between the two teams, This page lists the head-to-head record of Boston Bruins vs Carolina Hurricanes including biggest victories and defeats between the two sides, and H2H stats in all competitions. The Teams Boston Bruins and Carolina Hurricanes played 31 Games up to today. Among them, Boston Bruins won 18 games ( 12 at Home Stadium, 6 at Away Stadium away), Carolina Hurricanes won 13 (5 at Away Stadium, 8 at Home Stadium away), and drew 0 (0 at Home Stadium, 0 at Away Stadium). In the National Hockey League, the two teams played a total of 31 games before, of which Boston Bruins won 18, Carolina Hurricanes won 13 and the two teams drew 0. Head-to-head records of Boston Bruins against other teams.
10. The home winning streak is tied for the longest in the NHL this season (Philadelphia, 10/7-11/12) and the Hurricanes currently post the best home record in the league at 24-5-1 (49 points). With 82 points in their first 57 games, the Hurricanes have enjoyed their best first-57 games in franchise history, eclipsing the 64-point, 57-game mark recorded by the 1986-87 squad. Hurricanes center Eric Staal scored twice and had an assist on Feb. 10 for his 21st multi-point game and eighth multi-goal game of the season.
Doug Weight scored as Carolina's fourth shooter, and Martin Gerber held off Sergei Samsonov (Boston's fourth shooter) as the Hurricanes scored a 4-3 shootout win in the team's last meeting on Feb. 5 at TD Banknorth Garden. The teams will wrap up the season series on March 18 in Boston. The Hurricanes won the 2003-04 season series against the Bruins 2-1-1-0, scoring wins in each of their two visits to Boston, including a 2-0 shutout win on Oct. 23, 2003. Josef Vasicek (2g, 4a) led Carolina in the 2003-04 season series against the Bruins with six points (2g, 4a). Joe Thornton paced Boston with five points (1g, 4a) in the four-game season series. The Carolina franchise posts a 58-82-16 all-time record against the Bruins, going 32-36-9 at home and 26-46-7 in Boston.
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