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“It’s not just the penalty on a call like that, because you lose your No. 1 defending defenseman the rest of the game,” Carolina coach Paul Maurice said. “That really hurt us the most. I thought that’s where the game turned. We liked a lot of the things early, but you saw in the second period, our defense starting to have a harder time getting up the ice because their minutes were starting to get up against some pretty good players. … (Gleason) takes huge minutes against the best, and that makes a big difference in your lineup.”
NOTES: Ruutu’s goal was his 100th in the NHL. … An announced crowd of 10,477 braved a rare 6-inch snowfall in the South. … The division rivals don’t meet again until March 11. … Green laid out to block two slap shots by Carolina D Joe Corvo in a 10-second span of the first period.
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