Yeah great game for the Bruins. Can they keep it going?? Too deep a hole?? Canes just have a bad game?? I see the Canes fired up at home for game 6 and putting it all on the line to try to finish this series. Hope the B's match their intensity and play like last night. I see Ward as one of the biggest keys of the game and whoever seems to forecheck the best has gotten the W's up to this point.
The Bruins were there for the start of the game at 7:00. The Canes showed up about 7:30. Don't know where their heads were in the beginning, but they dug a hole too deep to climb out of. Down to one game, winner take all.
Talk about a tight series. It came down to overtime in Game 7. In a game that might have gone either way, the Canes finally clinched the win 18 minutes into overtime. They take the series over Boston 4 to 3. Is their another Stanley Cup in their future?
Exciting game last night. Game 7 overtime! TheCarolinaScotsman your Canes played a great game again and deserved the series. It was a fun back and forth series. Good luck the rest of the way. There's always next year....................
Scott Walker is the Hurricane player who punched Aaron Ward in Game 5 and scored the winning goal in overtime in Game 7. Today, the Canes announced that Scott Walker's wife has been diagnosed with cervical cancer. The Walkers are "expecting" a positive outcome, but it is still a blow to Walker and the Canes organization and their fans. The Canes and their families have very much become a part of the community and we are all keeping Mrs. Walker in our thoughts and prayers.
Wow. Yes we all hope and pray and wish the best for the Walkers.
Walker's incident with Aaron Ward was unfortunate, part of hockey (and Ward should have protected himself in my opinion). Even though he became a villian in Boston for a couple of days all reports are that Scott is a great guy and not a bad person in the least. We wish him well in playoffs but multiply that by a million in our postive thoughts for his wife right now.
One interesting aspect of the series between the Canes and Penguins to watch is the match up between one of Cane's forwards and Pen's goalie. Eric Stahl is a star forward for the Canes; Jordan Stahl is the goalie for the Pens. In the off season, they are close brothers, but for the next few games, well, as I said, it should be interesting.
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