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Bruins beat Carolina 2-1, take 3-0 series lead

Bruins thump Hurricanes 6-2, take 2-0 lead in East Conference Final

Bruins’ score 4 goals in 3rd, beat Hurricanes 5-2 in Game 1

Hurricanes set to open playoff series against the Bruins

Hurricanes injured goalie Petr Mrazek returns to practice

Hurricanes sweep Islanders with 5-2 victory in Game 4

Carolina hosts New York with 2-0 series lead

Injuries piling up for Hurricanes during playoff run

Rangers acquire Hobey Baker finalist Fox from Hurricanes

Hurricanes rally past Islanders to take 2-0 series lead

Staal lifts Hurricanes past Islanders 1-0 in OT in Game 1

Hurricanes stun defending champion Capitals in 2OT in Game 7

Hurricanes rally past Capitals 5-2, force Game 7

Capitals beat Hurricanes 6-0 to take 3-2 series lead

Teravainen, Hurricanes beat Capitals 2-1, even series

Svechnikov in concussion protocol after fight with Ovechkin

Hurricanes rout Caps 5-0 in 1st home playoff game since '09

Orpik scores in OT, Capitals take 2-0 lead over Hurricanes

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