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This day in Hurricanes history

June 19, 2006 was the biggest day in Hurricanes history and indeed the best day in the lives of many Hurricanes fans. 

Game seven of the Stanley Cup finals.  After winning three of the first four, Carolina lost the next two, and it came down to a single game on home ice.  We all know what happened. 

Here’s how the final moment looked through my eyes (and a cruddy digital camera that I used to have):

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Alanah McGinley's avatar

That must have been so awesome.  I’m envious. (Came soooo close! Grrrr!) wink

Posted by Alanah McGinley from British Columbia on 06/20/11 at 02:44 PM ET

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David Lee is a restaurant manager with an unused degree in political science.  He can be found at Carolina Hurricanes games, Scrabble tournaments and indie-rock shows.  Sometimes, all in the same day. 

David has contributed to CBC.ca for their Stanley Cup playoff coverage in 2006 and to the New York Times Slapshot blog for theirs in 2008. Red and Black Hockey was founded in July of 2005.