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TORONTO -- Jordan and Eric Staal, Justin Faulk and Patrick Dwyer scored as the Carolina Hurricanes defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-1 on Monday before a crowd of 19,073 at Air Canada Centre. Matt Frattin scored for the Maple Leafs, who took a 1-0 lead out of the first period. Cam Ward stopped all but one of 41 shots in the Carolina goal and was strong during a Toronto power play near the midpoint of the third period. James Reimer stopped 35 of 39 shots in the Toronto goal. Carolina took the lead with two second-period goals and started the third period with a two-man advantage after two Toronto penalties late in the second period. The Hurricanes made it pay off 43 seconds into the third when Faulk scored his second goal of the season. A video review showed the puck had crossed the goal line, just getting past Reimer, who was making his fifth consecutive start. Carolina took a three-goal lead at 9:58 of the third period when Dwyer put a wrist shot past Reimer for his third ...
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The Hurricanes made a surprising move today by deciding to send down forward Zac Dalpe to the Charlotte Checkers of the American Hockey League and recall Tim Wallace. Dalpe had two points in six games and is the only forward on the team who can go to the AHL without needing waivers, so he was sent down in favor of Tim Wallace who could possibly add some grit to the team. Wallace...
TORONTO (AP) -- Jordan Staal scored his first goal with the Hurricanes, and his brother Eric added the winner in Carolina's 4-1 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday night.
Jeff Skinner had three assists, Patrick Dwyer added a goal and an assist, and Justin Faulk also scored for Carolina. Cam Ward backed up the offense with a 41-save performance.
Matt Frattin scored...
Carolina Hurricanes at Toronto Maple Leafs
7 p.m., Air Canada Centre
TV: FS-Carolinas, SportsNet-Ontario
Starting this long road trip with a 5-3 loss to an injury-depleted Flyers team on Saturday night probably wasn't what the Hurricanes had in mind, so they will look to turn things around tonight against the Toronto Maple Leafs. That loss to the Flyers was yet another...
A puck was shot towards the bench area and Toronto Maple Leafs forward Phil Kessel had a priceless reaction. I can’t blame him for flinching, it was just the way he went about it that makes this absolutely hysterical. It was like he was completely shocked that he didn’t get hit and wasn’t ready to let his guard down.[The Score]
The Toronto Maple Leafs have had quite a week winning two games and losing a close one on the weekend. After watching these games I realized two things. One, Buffalo’s net minder, Ryan Miller can be beaten, two no matter how hard he tries, Phil Kessel can not seem to score a goal, not even an empty netter. He now has 36 shots on net and no goals to show for it. He did...
But goal waved off after it was reviewed, kicking motion.
added 9:16pm, via the Situation Room Blog at NHL.com,
At 18:44 of the second period in the Hurricanes/Maple Leafs game, video review determined that Toronto forward Tyler Bozak directed the puck into the net with his right skate. According to rule 49.2 "A goal cannot be scored...
Congrats to the Maple Leafs broadcast network for pulling this Staal Brothers (Jordan & Eric) 2, Maple Leafs 1 stunt during last night’s game. The Hurricanes would win, 4-2, but the Leafs shutout the Staal’s in the 3rd period. Some call that a moral victory.
Speaking of hockey, would you buy a soft pretzel shaped like the Stanley Cup? Of course you would. Would you buy...
Once again, the Hurricanes were involved in a game where they were playing from behind and ended up having a huge lead in shots and scoring chances partially because of it. Don't get me wrong, Carolina having an advantage in shots and scoring chances for yet another game is a good thing in the long-run, but it's still very early in the year and I'm not sure how much stock...
The Hurricanes have been a pretty decent team at even strength so far this year but their underlying numbers are skewed heavily due to the fact that they have been forced to play from behind in all but two of their games. This is partially the reason why they have outchanced their opponents in every game this year and why most of their players have very positive underlying numbers...
The Toronto Maple Leafs just can't get the job done at home. It's been a different story on the road.
Toronto looks to match its best road start since 1998-99 on Tuesday night when it faces the slumping Washington Capitals for the second time in less than a week.
After picking up their first home points of the season on Thursday with a 3-2 win over Washington (2-6-1), the...
Tonight's game against the Toronto Maple Leafs provided the Hurricanes with a chance to get back to .500 and give the team some positive vibes as they continue this long road trip. It looked like they could be in for another long game as Carolina got off to the worst start imaginable in the first 20 minutes. The Canes were stuck in their own zone for about 60% of the frame, couldn...
This graph is the ES Corsi of all Avs players with 50min of time on ice with Ryan O'Rilly last season. Green is CS% with O'Reiily on the ice with them, and Orange is their CS% without them on the ice.
(Because Joomla is weird with big pics, here's a link to the full size graph, making it easier to read)
On Adrian Dater's podcast today I said I understood...