Jordan Martinuk, Hurricanes aim to drive away Devils

Carolina Hurricanes Developed ability to procure produce from all types of sources throughout the season

It might even be going to another level during the postseason.

They New Jersey Devils in Game 5 on Thursday night in Raleigh, NC

“The great thing about our team, and I think it’s a big part of teams that win in the playoffs, is that some guys can score, and other nights you have all four lines scoring,” storm forward Martin Neckas said. “It’s huge in these games. It’s part of winning games here in the playoffs.

storm Wins Game 4 6-1 on Tuesday to take 3-1 lead in best-of-seven series

Tuesday’s game included a three-point outing (one goal, two assists) from forward Jordan Martinuk, who is not considered one of the team’s main offensive weapons. However, he set a franchise record with four consecutive multi-point outings in a single post season.

“Being up 3-1 at home is the main thing,” Martinuk said. “After Sunday (the 8-4 loss), we were obviously not happy. We wanted to come out and play our style. The first five minutes we were on our heels again, but it was time to settle down once again. After that we got on with our game.”

This is beneficial for coach Rod Brind’Amour as Martinook is described as an important part of the team.

“He’s played well all year,” Brindamour said. “He’s one of those players who doesn’t always get all the recognition for his work.”

Carolina is trying to reach the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 2019.

Brind’Amore said, “We’re going to do everything possible to win it.” “And they are going to do everything they can not to (make that happen). We have to do our best to win it.”

devils Have been in such pressure situations before. They went seven games to the New York Rangers in the first round.

New Jersey captain Nico Hischier said, “We know there will be no more damage.” “We have to play our best game every game and game by game. The most important game of the year is coming.”

In the first round, Carolina took a 3–1 series lead over the New York Islanders before dropping a 3–2 decision in Game 5 at home. storm Captured the series with a 2–1 overtime win in Game 6.

“It’s always about how you respond,” Brind’Amour said.

storm Looking comfortable with Frederik Andersen in goal, especially with Antti Ranta out due to illness. Anderson stopped last 18 shots in Game 4

“He had to freeze it,” said Brind’amour. “It looks like nothing bothers him. It looks like he does in preseason games sometimes.”

New Jersey used both Vitek Vanacek and Akira Schmid to score in Game 4.

the most pressing problem for devils they could have 26 giveaways compared to two for storm

New Jersey coach Lindy Ruff said, “It’s that simple.” “We had guys who went rogue. You can say lack of experience, even the power play one guy was trying to do something and then the next guy was trying to do something. Was.”

Game 6 Saturday afternoon in Newark, NJ, if needed

– Field Level Media