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Hurricanes Rally, Stop Sharks in Shootout



It took a while for the Carolina Hurricanes to start in the PNC Arena on Friday, but when they did …

The Hurricanes cleared a 2-goal deficit against the San Jose Sharks and recorded the game Overtime to a shootout, with a 4-3 victory.

Brock McGinn, who scored for the Canes in the second period, had the only shooting goal to win it. He then led the canes to the postgame celebration, with the canes at first pretending to make another skating jump in the glass just to reverse the course and glide down the ice below, kayak-style.

"I think the way we won was what's important," said Canes coach Rod Brind & # 39; Amour. "The way we came back after being hit in the face a few times, what it really was and always coming back, speaks a lot for the group."

Brind & Amour sent Justin Williams, McGinn and Sebastian Aho on penalties. Williams and Aho were denied ̵

1; Aho, who now has a 10-point points series, got the metal – but McGinn beat goalkeeper Aaron Dell, who had masterfully played in extra time, with a top-shelf shot.

The Sharks (5-3-2) went with Logan Couture, Joe Pavelski and Joonas Donskoi against the Can Mrazek of the Canes, but no one could find the net. Mrazek is now 13-6 in his career in shootings.

"The shootout I think you have to look a bit different," said Brind & Amour. "It's kind of a bonus thing, and whatever happens, it's just a fantasy point, just for the fans."

Canes fans enjoyed it. They also enjoyed the postgame antics, including some shimmying by defender Dougie Hamilton, who was called as the second star of the game.

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The Carolina Hurricanes team glides solemnly over the ice after defeating the San Jose Sharks on Friday, October 26, 2018, in an NHL hockey game in Raleigh, NC.

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19659014] The Hurricanes (6-3-1), who started a three-game home, fell 2-0 after the first half and were in the second half 3: 1 back.

Hamilton, McGinn and Teuvo Teravainen had all the second-half goals, earning the Canes within 40 minutes 3: 3. Aho extended his scoring series to 10 games on the Teravainen goal, a Hurricanes record to start the season as the sticks began to control the flow of the game.

Mrazek had to survive a difficult first phase when the Canes were sluggish and the Sharks led 2-0. But the canes found their legs and Mrazek got more help as the game unfolded.

"We never won a race or battle in the rest of the game," said Sharks coach Peter DeBoer.

Defender Justin Faulk showed another goalkeeping ability, as did Detroit on Monday, when he made a free-kick to help Mrazek.

Forward Martin Martinook made a big defensive play in the third round by retiring after a jump by Mariner Sorensen.

The Canes had not played since Monday and the 3-1 win over the Red Wings and it showed up in the first. Nothing was sharp, nor were the canes the aggressors. Passes have never found the tape. The players were slow on the puck.

The Sharks used a 2-0 lead against Antti Suomela – his first in the NHL – and Timo Meier on a power play.

But the second would be different. From the first shift, the canes fired, with speed, with a target.

"We wanted to get out and play as we could," McGinn said.

Hamilton met a one-timer who bounced off the Sharks defender Brent Burns' stick into the slot – Hamilton's first goal of the season and first with the Hurricanes.

One penalty against Canes Center Lucas Wallmark appeared to be a momentum killer when Tomas Hertl scored in the power play for leading 3-1 Sharks. But the canes continued to attack and the sharks became sloppy and undecided in their zone.

Sharks sales became McGinn's first goal of the season after Wallmark and Brenden Dillon fought for the puck in front of the net.

Another sales, on a terrible pass from the wall by the Sharks & # 39; Evander Kane, resulted in a Tie score when Teravainen snapped a shot past Dell. Teraväinen also helped with Hamilton's goal.

Both goalkeepers ensured that Huges was able to save in the middle of the third third – Dell twice defeated a highly competitive Warren Foegele.

On a cold, rainy night, a crowd of 12,311 turned up. Also in the PNC arena: Toronto Maple Leafs general director Kyle Dubas to explore the game.


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