Preview: Dec. 17 vs. Dallas


Raleigh, North Carolina. – The Carolina Hurricanes will claim their fourth straight win Saturday when they host the Dallas Stars at PNC Arena.


when: Saturday 17th December

puck drop: 7 p.m. EST

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Line width of projected cans

log sticks: 17-6-6 (40 points, T-2nd, D.C. Division)

Canes Last game: 3-2 victory over the Seattle Kraken on Thursday, December 15th

star record: 18-8-5 (41 points, 1, Central Division)

Last star game: Win 2-1 against the Washington Capitals on Thursday, December 15th

News and notes:

post deadline: Playing in their first home game in 19 days, the Canes stormed out of the gate on Thursday against Seattle. Establish control early and work their way into a three-goal lead, Andrei SvechnikovAnd the Derek Stepan And the Stefan Noesen Unity paved the way, scoring in the opening 22:08. For Svechnikov, it was his 16th at the helm, Stepan got his first goal the following season, and Noesen then scored the club’s first penalty goal since March 2017. Pyotr Kochetkov He took away 15 of 17 Tests as the rookie franchise’s scoring closing sequence of 151:26 drew to a close. When the last trumpet sounds, Canice stormed away with a 3-2 victory.

Video: SEA @ CAR: Noesen extends the lead with a penalty kick

Big Steppin’: With his goal against Seattle on Thursday, Derek Stepan is now one of only 35 players in the NHL to score against all 32 active NHL franchises.

Defense Championships: In addition to Kochetkov’s impressive 8-1-4 start, Canes has also been making life easier for him by allowing a league-low 25.9 shots per game.

No morning skiing: The Canes will not hold the ski game the morning before today’s game. Rod Brind Amor said Friday afternoon that the team has not yet decided who will start the net in the game.

Eh, Anderson ruled out: On Friday afternoon, Rod Brind’Amore also confirmed that neither was true Sebastian Oh no Frederick Andersen He will play this weekend. Both deal with lower body injuries. More information on all team injuries can be found below.

Martinook and Svechnikov expected availability: Although not practiced on Friday, Jordan Martinock And Andrei Svechnikov is expected to be available for Carolina. Concussion monitors pulled Martinock during the third period Thursday, Rod Brind Amor said. Svechnikov’s absence was recorded as a maintenance day.

Quick return: On the health side of things, forward Jesper Fast He returned in Thursday night’s win after missing two games with a lower body injury. The trust wing is back on line with Jordan Steel and Jordan Martinuk, where he spent most of this regular season.

Stacking points: The team’s victory on Thursday now gives them points in nine straight games, dating back to Friday, November 25. The team’s 0.690 point percentage ranks fifth in the NHL.

Stastny’s big role: With Aho out of the lineup, Maven Paul Stastney has stepped into the main role. centered Martin Nicas And now Andrei Svechnikov, Stastny scored his first goal of the season last Saturday and then followed that up with a season-high minutes played in both of the following competitions.

Road Warriors: Although they will only play one road game the rest of the year (12/22 @ PIT), the Canes’ win in Detroit on Tuesday gives them at least one point in their last 10 road games. They are 6-0-4[دت بك]To November 14, now a second-longest streak in franchise history. The current track only trails the points streak at 12 consecutive road games from 2004.

On the other side: Dallas comes to town for their fourth game in a five-game road trip, a trip they’ve gone 2-1 so far. Jake Oettinger had a season-high 46 tackles Thursday night in Washington and made a season-high 45 tackles. 920 SV% this season ranked seventh among all eligible goaltenders in the NHL. In addition to his great play, scoring goals was the bread and butter for the Stars. They’ve made 112 goals this season, second only to Buffalo’s 118. Their power play and penalty kills both rank in the top ten in the league, with PK finishing second at 84.7%.

Cans injury updates

  • Striker Sebastien Aho has missed the team’s last three matches with a lower body injury. Coach Rod Brind Amor said last week that this injury has been bothering him a bit and that it’s more important for him to be healthy than to play in something he doesn’t have to. Friday was ruled out of the two games this weekend.
  • straight ahead Ondrej Casey He’s been on concussion protocol since Oct 13th. He participated in Friday’s practice at PNC Arena, but there is no current schedule for his return.
  • Goalkeeper Fredrik Andersen suffered a lower body injury on 6 November. He’s been training with the team recently, but Rod Brind’Amore said on Friday that he’s not close enough to get dressed this weekend.
  • Striker Max Pacioretty ruptured his Achilles tendon in August. He has been skating for over a month now and took part in his first team practice on Friday. Don Waddell said earlier this season that he hopes Pacioretty will be available sometime in either January or February.

Additional information about the game

parking: Coming to the game? Save money by purchasing your parking in advance. Click here to learn more.

What do we wear?: The crutches will wear their black uniforms.

After the final trumpet

The team will be back in action tomorrow, hosting the Pittsburgh Penguins at 5 p.m

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