Florida Panthers Rally Falls Short After Hurricanes Give up Five Early Goals

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Ryan Dzingel and Carolina Storm are off to a perfect start. Dzingel has scored only two goals and the Hurricanes defeat the Florida Panthers 6–3 on last Tuesday night to register themselves a fourth win to start this season, this is one of the best runs in franchise history. (Carolina Hurricanes image)

Ryan Dzingel and Carolina Storm are off to a perfect start. Dzingel has scored only two goals and the Hurricanes defeat the Florida Panthers 6–3 on last Tuesday night to register themselves a fourth win to start this season, this is one of the best runs in franchise history.

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Teuvo Terravainen and Jordan Staal each had a goal and an assist for Carolina, scoring four times in the first period to take a 5–0 lead after 21 {minutes. “The beginning was very good. Coach Rod Brind’Amoor said, in fact, this game was won for us. Dougie Hamilton also scored for Carolina and Sebastian Ego added an empty-net goal. 

Andrei Svevikov and Hayden Flurry added two assists as Hurricanes made a 4–0–0 start by the Hartford Whalers before being transferred to Club Carolina in 1995–96. Evgeny Dadonov, Keith Yandle and McKenzie Wager scored for the Panthers. Alexander Barkov had two murderers.

Sergei Bobrovsky allowed four goals on 14 shots before starting the second period by Sam Montumbelt. Montembial finished with 19 saves. Diesel’s second goal cut Carolina’s lead to 5-0 at 1:31 of the second.

“When you are scoring one or two goals at home, it hurts and it is meant to bother you and you get excited about it. I did not like our response. “Reimer faced 40 shots in the last two periods, as the Panthers scored three times.

“You’re just ready to defend yourself and hang in there and try and stay square and hope they kill you,” Reimer said.

“There were some huge blocks at the end of our people and it was fun to be a part of it.” Florida got on the board when Weeger flipped from the front into a loose crust at 3:51. Yandle’s power-play goal with 10:26 closed out the Panthers 5-2. Dadonov made it 5–3 on a power-play goal with a 5–3 lead. “Coming here and getting some momentum early was huge,” Dodgingale said. “Obviously, we want to end up a little better, but we’ll work on that.”

Aho scored in an empty net with 1:19 remaining. The Hurricanes got four goals in less than 12 minutes during the first period.

When he deflected off a defenseman’s skate at 6:48, Staal gave him a 1-0 lead when he scored from the front into the puck. When the Hurricanes hit 5-on-3, Terravanen won 2–0 when he deflected to a point shot from Fleury at 11:04.

“For me, it’s game plays. We got some huge blocks and then we went down and scored,” Brind’Amore said. “It basically kills the other team.” Hamilton took a 3–0 lead when he took a pass from Svechnikov into the net at 15:37. Leaving Dingell’s power-play goal in 1:46 to take the first 4-0 lead.

Yandle became the fifth player in NHL history to be born for the first time in the United States to play in 800 consecutive games.

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