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Topic - Riley Nash
The divisions changed for the Carolina Hurricanes and Florida Panthers.
The Carolina Hurricanes maintained their home dominance against the Ottawa Senators, this time in a win that featured a combined seven-goal second period.
It looks as if Alexander Semin got the message.
“As a team you just try to go out there and play a full 60 minutes, and that's your goal each and every night,” said center Riley Nash, who scored twice.
"We knew these two games were going to be pretty big games for us," Hurricanes center Riley Nash said. "Thursday they're going to be really hungry again. They're obviously fighting for every point they can get."