The Carolina Hurricanes made short work of the Florida Panthers by beating the Big Cats 4-0 on Friday night in Raleigh, setting a franchise record with a 10th straight win .
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The main architect of this victory was once again goalkeeper Antti Raanta, who blocked 19 shots for a second straight shutout. Tuesday against the Chicago Blackhawks, the Finnish doorman had repelled the 24 opposing assaults in a winning cause of 3 to 0.
Without answers against the Hurricanes after a seven-goal game against the Montreal Canadiens the day before, the Panthers could not take advantage of six power plays. For their part, the Hurricanes struck three times on the power play thanks to Stefan Noesen, Andrei Svechnikov and Teuvo Teravainen.
Jesperi Kotkaniemi had a good game with a goal and an assist. The former Habs has had some good times lately with five points in as many games.
In the loss, Spencer Knight stood before 30 shots from the “Canes”. The young goaltender has been defeated in his last three starts.