Sign in with your NHL account:
  • Submit
  • Or
  • Sign in with Google
Rangers vs. Hurricanes
News

Pre-Game Skate: HURRICANES at OTTAWA

Monday, 03.22.2004 / 3:45 PM / News
Carolina Hurricanes
X
Share with your Friends


Pre-Game Skate: HURRICANES at OTTAWA
CAROLINA HURRICANES (25-30-13-6, 69 pts., 4th Southeast Division)
at
OTTAWA SENATORS (39-21-9-5, 92 pts., 2nd Northeast Division)
Saturday, March 20, 7 p.m., Corel Centre, Ottawa, Ont.

ON THE AIR
Television: Fox Sports Net (NC & SC)
Radio: WKIX 102.3 FM (Goldsboro); WKXU 101.1 FM (Raleigh); WDTF 570 AM (Raleigh); WMFD 630 AM (Wilmington); WSJS 600 AM (Winston-Salem); WNMX 106.1 FM (Charlotte)
Internet: www.nhl.com

GAME NIGHT
The Carolina Hurricanes wrap up their five-game road swing on Saturday at 7 p.m. against the Ottawa Senators at Corel Centre. Carolina has earned at least one point in each of its last 10 road games (2/23-3/19: 6-0-1-3), breaking a franchise record (previously 9 – 12/8/01-1/10/02: 6-0-1-2) and including wins in four of the last six road games (3/5-3/19: 4-0-0-2). The Hurricanes opened their current five-game road trip with a 5-1 win at Tampa Bay on March 13, but suffered a 1-0 overtime loss at Atlanta on March 15. The team rebounded on March 17 at United Center with a 3-2 win against the Blackhawks before falling 4-3 at Pittsburgh in overtime on Friday.

PRACTICE SCHEDULE

March 20 Saturday Corel Centre 11:30 a.m.
March 21 Sunday RecZone TBD
March 22 Monday RBC Center 11 a.m.
March 23 Tuesday RBC Center 10:30 a.m.
March 24 Wednesday RBC Center 11 a.m.
March 25 Thursday RBC Center 10:30 a.m.
March 26 Friday RecZone 11 a.m.
March 27 Saturday Nassau Coliseum 11:30 a.m.

CAROLINA NOTES
Carolina suffered its sixth overtime loss of 2003-04 when Pittsburgh’s Aleksey Morozov scored 1:17 into the extra stanza. By earning a point in the game, the Hurricanes set a new franchise records for points earned in consecutive road games (10 – 2/23-3/19: 6-0-1-3; previously 9 – 12/8/01-1/10/02: 6-0-1-2). Sean Hill scored a power-play goal and added an assist on Bret Hedican’s first-period power-play marker for Hill’s sixth multiple-point game of the season. Kevyn Adams matched his career personal bests in goals and points in a season when he notched his ninth goal to put Carolina ahead 3-2 midway through the third period. Kevin Weekes played in his 61st game this season, matching his career high for games played in a season. Justin Williams earned the first assists on both Carolina power-play goals and Brett Lysak made his NHL debut.

CAROLINA AT HOME: 12-15-8-2
CAROLINA ON THE ROAD: 13-15-5-4
CAROLINA ON THE POWER PLAY: 40-of-353 (11.3%)
CAROLINA SHORTHANDED: 268-of-328 (81.7%)

CAROLINA INJURY UPDATE
Winger Pavel Brendl, fractured collarbone, 2/23 @ TOR, expected to miss 4-6 weeks, missed 13 games (2/25-3/19)
Winger Jeff O'Neill, right shoulder surgery, 3/12, missed seven games (3/8-3/19)
Forward Marty Murray, fractured left hand, expected to miss four weekes, missed six games (3/10-3/19)
Defenseman Bruno St. Jacques, abdominal strain, day-to-day, missed four games (3/13-3/19)
Center Eric Staal, torso, day-to-day, missed one game (3/19)

AGAINST THE OTTAWA SENATORS
The Hurricanes and the Senators meet for the fourth and final time this season, Saturday at the Corel Centre. Carolina will attempt to snap its 11-game winless streak against the Senators (10/9/01-1/20/04: 0-8-3-0), dating back to Carolina’s 3-2 overtime win in Ottawa on April 1, 2001. Ottawa downed the Hurricanes 6-1 in the teams’ first meeting this season on Nov. 20 at Corel Centre. Carolina tied the teams’ second game when Erik Cole went end-to-end and scored to make it 2-2 with 3:29 remaining in regulation. The Senators took the teams’ third meeting on Jan. 20 in Raleigh by a 3-1 margin.

Last season, the Senators went unbeaten (3-0-1-0) against the Hurricanes, posting two wins at home and a win and a tie at the RBC Center. Ron Francis (2g, 3a) and Jeff O’Neill (2g, 3a) led the Hurricanes with five points each in last season’s four-game set. Carolina has gone 28-18-8-0 against the Senators all time, including a 16-6-4-0 home record and a 12-12-4-0 record in Ottawa.

2003-04 SCORING LEADERS AND GOALTENDERS

HURRICANES
GP G A TP
26 Cole 73 17 22 39
11 Williams 72 11 28 39
63 Vasicek 74 16 20 36
22 Hill 72 11 24 35
Goalies GP GAA W-L-T SV%
1 Irbe 5 1.97 3-1-1 .912
80 Weekes 61 2.24 22-27-10 .914
SENATORS
GP G A TP
18 Hossa 73 33 44 77
11 Alfredsson 70 29 45 74
9 Havlat 60 28 32 60
39 Spezza 72 19 32 51
Goalies GP GAA W-L-T SV%
1 Emery 1 1.00 1-0-0 .964
31 Prusek 24 1.91 14-5-2 .923
40 Lalime 53 2.30 24-21-7 .903

SCHEDULE

HOME
AWAY
PROMOTIONAL

STANDINGS

EASTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 PIT 30 20 6 4 98 71 44
2 TBL 33 20 10 3 110 87 43
3 NYI 31 21 10 0 99 89 42
4 MTL 32 20 10 2 87 80 42
5 DET 32 17 7 8 92 80 42
6 TOR 31 19 9 3 109 87 41
7 BOS 32 16 13 3 81 83 35
8 NYR 29 15 10 4 89 79 34
9 FLA 29 13 8 8 66 75 34
10 WSH 30 14 10 6 86 81 34
11 OTT 31 13 12 6 82 86 32
12 CBJ 30 13 15 2 72 95 28
13 BUF 32 13 17 2 62 100 28
14 NJD 33 11 16 6 74 96 28
15 PHI 30 11 14 5 80 90 27
16 CAR 30 8 19 3 62 87 19

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
J. Faulk 30 5 12 -14 17
E. Staal 25 7 9 -11 16
R. Nash 30 4 12 -4 16
J. Skinner 26 7 8 -4 15
J. Tlusty 28 10 3 -11 13
E. Lindholm 30 7 6 -8 13
N. Gerbe 26 3 7 -2 10
A. Sekera 28 0 10 -9 10
V. Rask 30 4 5 -8 9
C. Terry 21 4 3 -3 7
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
C. Ward 8 12 1 .907 2.54
A. Khudobin 0 7 2 .892 3.11