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Thursday, November 30, 2006

Canes hope to bounce back tonight

On Tuesday night, the Canes fell to the visiting Ottawa Senators 4-1. Andrew Ladd potted a goal for the Canes in the first few minutes of play, and the entire team fell asleep after that.
Carolina's former #1 goalie Martin Gerber played well in his return to the RBC Center, turning away 29 of 30 shots. On the other end, Johnny Crackers made his third consecutive start and took the loss.

The game was neither in my ticket package nor on teevee, so the best I could do was to listen to the radio feed.

Tonight, Les Habitants are in town. It's not in my ticket package, and tonight would normally be Scrabble night, but that's been cancelled. I'll be planted in front of the teevee and will possibly give intermission updates.

On Saturday, the Canes will wrap up the home stand against the Bs, and I'll be there. Then, it'll be another two weeks before I go back, followed by three in the last week of the year.

I'm guessing that Cam Ward will be back between the pipes tonight. I'm hoping that everyone (particularly Eric Staal) wakes up.

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