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Bruins Hurricanes clash

BRUINS AND HURRICANES SET FOR GAME 7 CLASH

MAY 14, 2022  (10H57)      COOPER GODIN
The Boston Bruins and Carolina Hurricanes are meeting in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the fifth time since 1999 and for the second time, the series has gone the distance. But how did we get here?

On home ice, the Hurricanes took a 2-0 series lead after beating the Bruins 5-1 in Game 1 and 5-2 in Game 2. Carolina looked in full control of the series and many thought they could have wrapped it up in four or five games.

Then came Games 3 and 4 at TD Garden in Boston. The Bruins fed off the energy in the building for both games and tied the series up at 2-2 after a 4-2 win in Game 3 and a 5-2 win in Game 4.

Carolina dominated Game 5 at home with three-point performances from Tony DeAngelo, Teuvo Teravainen and Vincent Trocheck. Rookie forward Seth Jarvis scored a pair and led the Hurricanes in shots on goal with eight.

The Hurricanes had the opportunity to close out the series on the road on Thursday night, but failed to do so. Boston took a 2-0 lead after the second period, before Andrei Svechnikov scored early in the third to make it 2-1. Boston then scored three straight goals and led the Hurricanes 5-1. Svechnikov scored a powerplay goal late in the third period to cut Boston's lead to three, but it wasn't enough.

Game 7 is set for 4:30 p.m. ET this afternoon and can be watched on ESPN in the US and Sportsnet in Canada.