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Canes Swept Out of Playoffs by Pens

Published by on May 27, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

It's over.

The Carolina Hurricanes' dream of winning the Stanley Cup for the second time in four years has disappeared into oblivion. The Canes were soundly outdueled, 4-1, by the Pittsburgh Penguins Tuesday night in Game Four of the Eastern Conference Finals.

Eric Staal opened up the scoring barely 1:30 into the game for the Hurricanes with a forceful wrap-around. But that was Carolina's best play of the night. Carolina came into Game Four with a record of 7-0 when Staal scores.   

But after the Canes couldn't get anything more from their made-to-order start, the Penguins silenced the buzzing Caniacs at the RBC Center with a goal by Ruslan Fedentenko.

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