With Cam Ward in net, Hurricanes turn back beat Rangers
RALEIGH, N.C. -- The Carolina Hurricanes played hard. Goaltender Cam Ward, given the start by Canes coach Kirk Muller, played well. For the Canes, some hard play and good goaltending hasn't always been enough to beat the New York Rangers. Not in recent seasons. But the Canes won, 3-1, on Tuesday night, getting 24 saves from Ward and goals from Jiri Tlusty, Jordan Staal and Elias Lindholm to stop the Rangers in a Metropolitan Division game at PNC Arena. The Canes (28-28-9) and Rangers (35-27-4) faced off Friday at PNC Arena, the Rangers scoring four times in the third period for a 4-2 victory. It was New York's 10th straight win over the Canes and their sixth in a row in Raleigh. So ...