In Beantown, Martinook’s late breakaway goal gives the Hurricanes a 3-2 victory.

In front of their mothers, the Canes avoided a major collapse in the third period thanks to a power play before Martinook’s winner.


The Canes’ starting lineup of skaters did not change with Andrei Svechnikov sidelined for the second consecutive game. To secure a significant victory in his team debut, they looked to Spencer Martin in goal, who the team claimed off waivers on Friday. Boston responded by putting Linus Ullmark, the current Vezina winner, in goal. For both clubs, this game was the first of a back-to-back.


was exciting and quick-paced. The Canes killed off an early penalty that was called on Jalen Chatfield. Postman Seth Jarvis rang. Spencer Martin robbed the Bruins by sticking out his left pad. For almost twenty minutes, there was back-and-forth between the two teams. Late in the quarter, the Canes finally earned their first power play of the contest, and they were successful. Just before the half, Stefan Noesen set up a screen that allowed Martin Necas, who also drew the penalty, to shoot one from the left dot and put the Canes up.


Early in the second period, it was all Carolina. They threw everything at Linus Ullmark at the beginning of the term. Brent Burns rang the crossbar just inches short of increasing the lead. Halfway through the period, former Hurricane Morgan Geekie was called for tripping Martin Necas, and they would draw another penalty. The first unit would locate the back of the net this time. Teuvo Teravainen’s stick was being well-tied by Charlie Coyle, but Teravainen managed to pry it loose enough to play the puck between Coyle’s skates and lift it over Ullmark. Boston made a last-ditch effort, but Spencer Martin held them off to put the Canes ahead 2-0 going into the third.



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