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Mother’s Day and the Canes

Sunday is Mother’s Day in Canada, the US, Finland and many other nations.  Don’t forget to phone your mom and tell her that you love her.  Don’t forget your wife, and don’t forget your mother-in-law.

To celebrate Mother’s Day, the Hurricanes will be taking on the Bruins, with a chance to finish off the series on road ice.  This will be the third time that Carolina has played on Mother’s Day, and they have had tremendous success, winning big games in 2002 and 2006.  They won both games.

In 2002, Carolina was at home against the Canadiens.  The series was tied 2-2, and Carolina had just pulled off “The Miracle at Molson”, erasing a three goal third period deficit and winning the game in overtime.  That wasn’t just a turning point in that series; it effectively ended it.

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