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So glad to have CG back at full bore. We really missed you during the season and now that the Buffalo team is eliminated we get you 100%. That is the best news we could get mojo wise. We flat out don't win the cup without CG's dedication to the beep beep video and our "thread that didn't exist", and our swearing off mexican food for various inane reasons.
I have that thread bookmarked for those days that I really...really..need a laugh. Like when Afino and I got our bad news last week, I thought nothing would cheer me up. And actually, since that thread doesn't exist....nothing really did cheer me up.

And I know "Beep Beep" will forever go down in history as THE most annoying commercial in the world, I did find one that rivals it here in Rochester/Buffalo. They play it about 100 times during Sabres games....and sneak attacks during regular TV.


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Here is the series thread I made for The Wolf Web. Feel free to use any of it for the first post if you wish.





Eastern Conference Quarterfinals

New Jersey Devils (3) vs. Carolina Hurricanes (6)

Game 1 - New Jersey
Game 2 - New Jersey
Game 3 - Raleigh
Game 4 - Raleigh
Game 5 - New Jersey (if necessary)
Game 6 - Raleigh (if necessary)
Game 7 - New Jersey (if necessary)

Times, dates, and TV info will be edited in after it is released tonight or tomorrow.

Regular Season:

Carolina - 45-30-7, 97 points, 2nd place, Southeast Division, 6th place, Eastern Conference
New Jersey - 51-27-4, 106 points, 1st place, Atlantic Division, 3rd place, Eastern Conference

Carolina - 26-14-1 at home, 19-16-6 on the road
New Jersey - 28-12-1 at home, 23-15-3 on the road

Special Teams:

Carolina PP - 18.7%, 18th overall
New Jersey PP - 18.9%, 15th overall

Carolina PK - 80.4%, 18th overall
New Jersey PK - 79.9%, 21st overall

Scoring:

Carolina - 2.88 per game, 16th overall
New Jersey - 2.90 per game, 15th overall

Carolina - 2.70 allowed per game, 8th overall
New Jersey - 2.52 allowed per game, 4th overall

Season Series: Carolina 3-1-0

-January 6, 2009 - Carolina 3, New Jersey 2 at RBC Center
A then season high 4 game winning streak was put on the board by averting a third period New Jersey comeback. Ray Whitney, Sergei Samsonov, and Tuomo Ruutu scored for Carolina, but the Devils scored twice in the final ten minutes of the third to make it interesting. Brandon Sutter played against his father for the first time. It was the first time in 140 games that Carolina did not have a player on the injury list. Scott Clemmensen took the loss for the Devils.

-March 18, 2009 - Carolina 4, New Jersey 2 at RBC Center
Following a come from behind 5-4 shootout loss to the Capitals at the Verizon Center, Carolina opened up a home stand with a win over the Devils one game after Martin Brodeur set the NHL wins record. Kevin Weekes returned to the RBC Center as a starter, and Anton Babchuk scored twice, joined by Sergei Samsonov and Eric Staal. Cam Ward stopped 40 of 42 shots, and for Carolina it would be the first of a franchise record tying 9 straight victories.

-March 28, 2009 - Carolina 2, New Jersey 1 at Prudential Center
Carolina had defeated the Devils twice, but had not faced Martin Brodeur. Looking for their 6th straight win, they did just that. Carolina outshot New Jersey 48-32, but still trailed 1-0 after 2 thanks to a Patrick Elias goal. With less than 7 minutes to go, Sergei Samsonov, who had scored in both previous games against New Jersey, tied the game. Minutes later on the powerplay, Tuomo Ruutu jammed in a rebound for the winner.

-April 11, 2009 - New Jersey 3, Carolina 2 at Prudential Center
In the regular season finale for both teams, Martin Brodeur defeated Michael Leighton despite a pair of powerplay goals from Anton Babchuk, who tallied 4 goals against the Devils this season. New Jersey's first two goals came courtesy of wild board and glass seams in Newark that resulted in tap in goals into a vacated net. By beating Carolina, the Devils ensured that they would face the Canes again a week later in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals.

Playoff History:

Since moving from the Greensboro Coliseum to the RBC Center in 1999, the Hurricanes have been to the playoffs 4 times. All 4 appearances have involved a meeting with the New Jersey Devils.

-2001: Quarterfinals - New Jersey (1) 4, Carolina (8) 2
Raleigh saw playoff hockey for the first time against the heavily favored top seed defending champion Devils. Some would argue that the end of this series was where the Caniac Nation was born. It did not look like that would be the case early, as the Devils popped Carolina 5-1, 2-0, and 4-0 in the first three games. In addition to the convincing losses, the Hurricanes lost Shane Willis in game 2 and Ron Francis in game 3 to brutal hits from future Hall of Famer Scott Stevens. Willis was never the same, fading out of the NHL to become a career minor league player. But suddenly, there was a glimmer of hope. Rod Brind'Amour scored in overtime of game 4 to give Carolina a 3-2 win and send the series back to Jersey. They weren't done yet, winning 3-2 in New Jersey to deliver one more game in Raleigh. While New Jersey dominated 5-1 in Game 6 to win the series, a sold out ESA gave the team a 5 minute standing ovation as time ran down, and hockey had truly arrived in the Triangle.

-2002: Quarterfinals - Carolina (3) 4, New Jersey (6) 2
16 years of playoff frustration and tough memories from one year prior, but it was only fitting that Carolina would get their chance for revenge against New Jersey. The last and only NHL playoff series won by the Carolina franchise was by Hartford against Quebec in 1986. Ron Francis was 23 then. He was 39 this time when he scored the only goal of the game in Game 6 to send Carolina on to the second round and ultimately to destiny with an Eastern Conference title and a hard fought series against the big guns of the Detroit Red Wings. It was an embarrassment for New Jersey following back to back years in the Stanley Cup Finals (they lost to Colorado in 7 games in 2001). The series was marked by two clutch overtime wins at the ESA by Carolina, 2-1 in Game 2 and 3-2 in Game 5. The Game 5 overtime included what is no doubt on the short list of defining moments in this team's history. Kevin Weekes, making his first start of the series, made a save on John Madden that defied logic and defined the series. It was the first of many such moments in 2002, followed up by the Miracle at Molson, the series winner by Martin Gelinas against Toronto, and Ron Francis in front of the net in overtime of Game 1 in Detroit.

-2006: Semifinals - Carolina (2) 4, New Jersey (3) 1
The first season post-lockout was the best in history for the Carolina franchise. Coming into Round 2, however, it looked like the Canes had run into a very unfortunate matchup. The Devils were hockey's hottest team by far, winning 11 straight games to end the regular season and then absolutely stomping the New York Rangers in a 4 game sweep. It was Cam Ward, the untested rookie, against his idol, the future Hall of Famer Brodeur. No one could have predicted what happened in Game 1. Carolina exploded, the RBC Center exploded, and Brodeur was chased from the goal as Ward picked up his first career NHL shutout, 6-0. Game 2 would become yet another page in the team's book of legends. A gritty game seemed destined to head to overtime at 1-1, but Scott Gomez stunned the Raleigh crowd, scoring with less than 30 seconds to go to seemingly even up the series. It was not to be, as Eric Staal batted in a pass from Justin Williams in front of the net with under 3 seconds to play, and the rest is history. Niclas Wallin, already known for unexpected clutch playoff overtime prowess, took a pass from Rod Brind'Amour and beat Brodeur to complete Carolina's dramatic finish. They never looked back, losing only Game 4 as they cruised past New Jersey en route to the first championship in franchise history.

New Jersey Players to Watch:


Martin Brodeur, goaltender. The man, the myth, the legend. He missed a good bit of the season injured, but he's back and looking sharp as always. Arguably the greatest to ever play the game, but the Canes have been one of the few teams to get in his head in the past.


Zach Parise, left wing. Parise transitioned from star to superstar this year, blowing up for 45 goals and 94 points. 5th in the NHL in scoring and 3rd in goals behind Alex Ovechkin and Jeff Carter.


Patrik Elias, left wing. Assistant captain. While the veteran star was overshadowed by Parise this season, he has not dropped off a bit, scoring 78 points in 77 games.


Jamie Langenbrunner, right wing. Captain of the New Jersey Devils. At 33, Langenbrunner has had the best offensive season of his career, scoring 29 goals and 69 points.


Travis Zajac, center. The 23 year old is another promising Devil who had his breakout season, scoring 62 points.


Brian Gionta, right wing. The shifty winger lives in his own shadow after scoring 48 goals in 05-06. He hasn't come close to those numbers before or since, but is still a threat, and put up 20 goals and 60 points this year.


Brendan Shanahan, right wing. The 40 year old former Whaler has come full circle, signing with the team that he started his career with in 1987. While his numbers are modest with only 6 goals and 14 points in 34 games, he is one of the most grizzled veterans in the league and one of the great power forwards to ever play the game. He also has 3 rings and nearly 200 games of playoff experience.


John Madden, center. Assistant captain. The 35 year old veteran had modest numbers this season with 23 points, but has consistently been one of the league's great two-way forwards. He won the Selke in 2001, and finished second in voting in 2003, 2004, and 2008. Expect him to be matched shift for shift against Carolina's top line and to be saddled with the job of shutting down Eric Staal.


Paul Martin, defenseman. The Devils #1 defenseman. He plays a shut down role, kills penalties, leads the team in minutes, and chips in offensively. New Jersey has a fairly low scoring blue line, and he leads it with 33 points and is a +21.


Colin White, defenseman. The Devils very much have a defense-by-committee approach, and White is their most physical defensive defenseman. The Devils tend to lock things down pretty well in front of Brodeur, and he will be at the forefront getting a body on Carolina forwards.

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Also, I have these from the GDT's I used to make.

Should bring back some memories...














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Also, I have these from the GDT's I used to make.

Should bring back some memories...













Whoever makes the GDTs for this series should be required to use these for good mojo or else they should be banned from posting GDTs.

Thankfully I'm already lazy enough to make slack GDTs so I don't have to worry.

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Had them for every series...but the Finals because I was in Disney World for most of it. Guess we don't have to worry about using the Sabres ones.

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Game 1 is Wednesday at 7:30: http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/feature/?fid=11662

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At New Jersey (obviously), 7:30 on Wednesday.

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Full schedule out

The Devils will take on the Carolina Hurricanes in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Prudential Center.

Game 2 will be at 7:30 Friday night at Prudential Center.

Here's the full schedule.

Game 1: Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. at Prudential Center

Game 2: Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Prudential Center

Game 3: Sunday, 7:30 p,m. at RBC Center

Game 4: Tuesday, April 21, 7:30 p.;m. at RBC Center

*Game 5: Thursday, April 23, 7:30 p.m. at Prudential Center

*Game 6: Sunday, April 26, TBD at RBC Center

*Game 7: Tuesday, April 28, 7:30 p.m. at Prudential Center

*If necessary

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Devils traveling beatwriter did a nice write-up of the previous Devils/Hurricanes series that I thought some here might be interested in.

2001 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals

The series is remembered most for Devils captain Scott Stevens knocking Shane Willis and Ron Francis out of the series with big hits in Games 2 and 3. The top-seeded Deviils win the first three games before the eighth-seeded Hurricanes battle back with an overtime win in Game 4 in Raleigh and a 3-2 win in Game 5 at the Meadowlands. The Devils finally close out the Hurricanes with a 5-1 win in Game 6.

2002 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals

After reaching the Stanley Cup Finals in their two previous seasons, the sixth-seeded Devils are eliminated in six games in the opening round of the playoffs by the third-seeded Hurricanes. Carolina won the first two games of the series at home before the Devils fought back to even the series at 2 with a pair of home wins. The Devils led 2-1 in the pivotal Game 5 in Raleigh before a boarding penalty against Bobby Holik leads to the tying power-play goal from Jeff O'Neill with 1:29 remaining in regulation. Carolina goaltender Kevin Weekes (now a Devil) robs John Madden with a spectacular glove save in overtime before Josef Vasicek scores the winner at 8:16. Weekes shut the Devils out 1-0 to wrap up the series in Game 6.

2006 Eastern Conference Semifinals

The third-seeded Devils enter the series on a 15-game winning streak, including a first-round sweep of the Rangers, but are pounded 6-0 in Game 1. The series really turns in Game 2, though. The Devils are on the verge of evening the series after Scott Gomez scores with 20.7 seconds remaining in regulation to give them a 2-1 lead. Defenseman Brad Lukowich fails to tie up Eric Staal in front, however, and Staal scores the tying goal with just three seconds remaining. Niclas Wallin scores the winner 3:09 into overtime. Second-seeded Carolina wins 3-2 in Game 3 to take a commanding lead and wraps up the series in five games.

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Game 2 against NJ in 2006 is still the greatest game I've ever been to (a close 2nd would be Game 5 against Buffalo and an honorable mention to the 8-6 win over the Flyers that year).

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thank GOD game 6 is on sunday.

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Schedule is posted on Canes website:

http://hurricanes.nhl.com/team/app/?...ticleid=418006

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Did that guy just read what I wrote on here and re-write it?

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Will Center Ice be showing the games not on Versus or is the Center Ice package completely over. Only one game will be shown for the Canes, game 6 if needed. Stinks that Versus/NHL has a hard on for selective series meanwhile completely ignoring virtually everyone else. I expected more Versus time for some teams but certainly not that bad. What a f'in joke. Just hoping Center goes for atleast round 1.

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Center Ice continues through round 2, which is when local coverage ends.

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Who should I take in my playoff pool Erik Cole or Ray Whitney?

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Who should I take in my playoff pool Erik Cole or Ray Whitney?
I would go with Erik Cole. I expect this series in particular to be played at even strength and that is where Cole tends to shine. Whitney has been notoriously worse in the post season. His PPG drops from .82 in his career to .49 in the playoffs.

Cole's PPG drops off badly too but he hasn't played any playoff games in his prime years yet and would be a good bet to produce.

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I would like to announce I am joining the canes bandwagon... that is all.

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I would like to announce I am joining the canes bandwagon... that is all.
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For any Canes fans considering making a trip to Newark for the playoffs, here are some pictures I took when I was up there.



This is one of the hotels close to the Rock.



This was a farm in the downtown region......and they call us rednecks?



This was directly outside of the arena before the game.


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@ClarksonU,

Perhaps you should stop this. Your posts are not helping but rather create a situation where arguments between fanbases start and Mods have to waste their time to clean posts in this thread.

Do you come here on purpose to start a flaming war?

I am thinking another post like that and you should be banned.


@NJ lurkers,

Please never mind the poster above. We never saw him posting here before and he fits a definition of a troll.

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@ClarksonU,

Perhaps you should stop this. Your posts are not helping but rather create a situation where arguments between fanbases start and Mods have to waste their time to clean posts in this thread.

Do you come here on purpose to start a flaming war?

I am thinking another post like that and you should be banned.
start a flaming war? how would any Canes fan be offended by anything Ive posted. I'm in the Canes forum correct? Its meant to provide humor, if they want to get upset over it then tough ****, go read their thread, I'm just returning the favor.

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start a flaming war? how would any Canes fan be offended by anything Ive posted. I'm in the Canes forum correct? Its meant to provide humor, if they want to get upset over it then tough ****, go read their thread, I'm just returning the favor.
You started flaming war first time around, you are going same direction again.

There is nothing funny about being poor and your pictures are offensive.

Unless you haven't figured it out already, we prefer talking about hockey here, not what other areas of country have or don't have.

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Respectful non troll Devils fan since 1986. It should be a good series. I've watched all the games this year and this is a matchup I did not want to draw. Babchuck on the point is way too dangerous. The Devils this year do not pressure the puck carrier on the PK and that is part of their problem on the PK. They lack overall team speed with the exception of a few players, Parasie, Gionta, Madden come to mind. Your goalie is excellent and he will be tough to beat.

The Devils will win if they pressure the puck carrier and play some better defense. Zach Parasie needs to get a few goals. He has been snake bit as of late. Marty needs to play like he did when he came back from injury.

Carolina will win if they get the kind of play from Ward they have been getting all year. I haven't seen your team many times this year but based on my limited exposure your team has major talent. Your team speed is going to kill us. Your Power Play is also excellent every time I see it vs the Devils. Maybe it's just cruddy defense but I doubt it.

This series is going 6 or 7 games. Too much talent and too much respect for anything less.

If your team wins I'll be pulling for you guys the rest of the way. I just can't bring myself to root for any of the other eastern conference teams.


non Devils/Carolina question

One question about Pittsburgh. Do you think the refs give their team more Power Plays? Every time I watch them, mostly on NBC on Saturdays they seem to get a ton of borderline calls. Is it me or do you all see that too?


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