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  • Canes goalie Cam Ward on his backup role, Justin Williams rejoining team

    Cam Ward of the Carolina Hurricanes, the franchise goalie for the past decade, says he realizes he will take a backup role with the addition of goalie Scott Darling from Chicago. Ward discussed Darling, Justin Williams and the Canes' playoff chances at Raleigh Center Ice.

Cam Ward of the Carolina Hurricanes, the franchise goalie for the past decade, says he realizes he will take a backup role with the addition of goalie Scott Darling from Chicago. Ward discussed Darling, Justin Williams and the Canes' playoff chances at Raleigh Center Ice. Chip Alexander calexander@newsobserver.com
Cam Ward of the Carolina Hurricanes, the franchise goalie for the past decade, says he realizes he will take a backup role with the addition of goalie Scott Darling from Chicago. Ward discussed Darling, Justin Williams and the Canes' playoff chances at Raleigh Center Ice. Chip Alexander calexander@newsobserver.com

The Hurricanes are finally a ‘hot’ team. But that’s just not good enough.

September 14, 2017 3:26 PM