The Canes took a three-goal lead to force the Bruins into catch-up hockey.
The Hurricanes recorded their fifth straight win and collected at least one point in the standings in their eighth straight game (7-0-1).
Sebastian Aho He opened the scoring with his 21st win of the season halfway up to the pole position. It was his seventh goal in the last four matches. Four other players in Hurricanes/Whalers series history have achieved the same feat, but none have reached eight goals during this streak.
Ahu also hit the target for the fourth straight game.
Assisted by Statsny’s goal, it was the 127th time in his career that Brent Burns He participated in the winning goal for his team. Thus, he is ahead of Montreal Canadiens Larry Robinson for the 15th-most finisher in NHL history.
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Jordan Stahl He completed the score shorthanded to end the Bruins’ slim hopes of a comeback. It was the 18th goal of his career without reaching a man’s level.
Brent Burns He also became the fifth player to play his 1,300th career game in a Canes uniform.
Goalkeeper Linus Ollmark made 32 saves.
In his first game since Wednesday, when he was forced out of the game against Dallas with an upper-body injury, goaltender Fredrik Andersen made 24 saves against the Hurricanes.
The Bruins are in first place with 81 points, but are down three straight points for the first time this season. Also, they have been limited to one goal or less in a match for only the third time in 2022-23.
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