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Flames drop 4-2 decision to Hurricanes

The next one — Saturday’s date with the St. Louis Blues — has likely been circled on his calendar awhile.

Calgary Flames netminding newbie Brian Elliott was hoping to have a few wins under his belt before his old buddies come to town. 884 more words

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Game Day Preview: Flames look to keep a good thing rolling against Hurricanes

Carolina Hurricanes (0-1-2) at Calgary Flames (1-2-1)

The Calgary Flames had a good thing going in the third period of Tuesday’s 4-3 overtime win when they mixed up their lines and sparked some chemistry. 540 more words

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Game Day: Calgary Flames vs. Carolina Hurricanes

Carolina Hurricanes (0-1-2) at Calgary Flames (1-2-1)

7 p.m, Sportsnet Flames, Sportsnet 960 The Fan

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Edmonton Oilers hold on to beat Carolina Hurricanes 3-2

Tyler Pitlick scored the eventual winner as the Edmonton Oilers came away with a 3-2 victory over the winless Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday.

Anton Slepyshev and Jordan Eberle also scored for the Oilers, who improved to 3-1-0. 373 more words


Just twin, baby! Oilers goalie Cam Talbot holds off siege to defeat Hurricanes 3-2

Just Twin, Baby!

The Talbot family’s delivery schedule is pretty crowded this week: Two points on Tuesday night, two babies on Wednesday morning.

Netminders normally need nerves of steel and ice water in their veins to play in the NHL, but Edmonton’s Cam Talbot took it to another level on Tuesday, backstopping the Oilers to a 3-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes just a few hours his wife Kelly was scheduled to deliver a set of twins. 960 more words

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It’s Too Early to Give up on the Hurricanes

The Carolina Hurricanes have played two games this season, both of which resulted in a blown three goal lead and a Hurricanes’ loss. While both losses were very disappointing, there were many positives to take from both games. 642 more words

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Fighting in Hockey and The Human Response

Five years ago today, the defending World Champion Boston Bruins hosted the Carolina Hurricanes, in a match-up that featured many big, bad “bruisers” but also had their fair share of fast, talented goal scorers. 621 more words