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Carolina wins another wild one

For the second time in as many nights, the Hurricanes dug a hole for themselves in the first period.  For the second time, they climbed all the way out.  This time, they needed overtime to do it, but they beat the Lightning 4-3.
On Friday night, Carolina got scoring from a bunch of unlikely sources.  Tonight, they brought out the big guns.  Matt Cullen had one marker, Rod Brind’Amour had one, and Eric Staal had two, including the game-winner.
Carolina was very sluggish and undisciplined early on, but as the game wore on, they were the team with all the jump and none of the penalties.

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Carolina opens with wild ride, win

Carolina opened their 11th season on Friday with a wild game against division foe Florida and a 6-4 win.  It wasn’t pretty, but two points in the standings look good any day of the week.
The Hurricanes stumbled out of the gates, giving up two goals in the first six minutes of the contest, but settled in nicely with goals from six different players and assists from seven different players.  At the end of it all, Tim Gleason earned the game’s first star with three assists.

Recap and notes after the jump

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