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Canes lose ugly game.  Cole hurt.

On Saturday night, the Hurricanes traveled to Boston and left with a lot of cuts, bruises, and possibly a break.  They also lost the game 7-2 to the Bruins. 

The first period did not go well, as the Bruins jumped out to a 3-0 lead on goals by Marc Savard, Michael Ryder and Blake Wheeler.  After that, it went from bad to worse as Cam Ward was chased, no fewer than five different Hurricanes players ended up getting cut.  One was Eric Staal, who left the game, bloodied, in the second period after being hit in the ear by a teammate’s slapshot.  Erik Cole suffered an ugly-looking knee injury late in the game.  Carolina managed to score two goals, but if you’re a Canes fan, there really isn’t anything good to take from this game.

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Bs take game one

The Canes and Bruins opened their Eastern Conference semifinal series on Friday, and it was a solid victory for Boston.  Just as the Devils did in game one of the first round, the Bruins won game one 4-1.  The Bruins have won all five postseason games, and none of them have been close. 

David Krejci started things off for the home team at 1:34, tipping a right point blast from Aaron Ward.  Michael Ryder got the secondary assist.  To me, it looked like Ward’s goal.  However, they determined that it was touched by Krejci in the slot, and he gets the credit….

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