There had been concerns recently about the Canes’ penalty-kill unit, but tweaks were made, the movement was more in synch and the kills came. “We’re just getting more efficient at it, I think,” forward Jay McClement, left, said last week.
There had been concerns recently about the Canes’ penalty-kill unit, but tweaks were made, the movement was more in synch and the kills came. “We’re just getting more efficient at it, I think,” forward Jay McClement, left, said last week. cseward@newsobserver.com
There had been concerns recently about the Canes’ penalty-kill unit, but tweaks were made, the movement was more in synch and the kills came. “We’re just getting more efficient at it, I think,” forward Jay McClement, left, said last week. cseward@newsobserver.com

Penalty killing has been a bright spot for the Carolina Hurricanes

October 27, 2014 07:15 PM

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