2022 NHL Playoffs: Hurricanes fall to 0-5 on the road this postseason after 4-1 loss to Rangers at MSG

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The Carolina Hurricanes have actually dipped into a Category 5 level at house throughout these Stanley Cup Playoffs, winning all 6 video games at PNC Arena with a +15 objective differential. On the roadway, however, Carolina has actually had to do with as effective as an afternoon drizzle, and the pattern continued Tuesday. 

With a 4-1 loss to the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden, the Hurricanes was up to 0-5 on the roadway this postseason. Carolina has actually been outscored by 13 over those video games versus the Boston Bruins and Rangers. 

Carolina has actually conquered its roadway concerns by winning each and every single house video game this postseason — a course, while non-traditional, that might in theory get the group to the Stanley Cup Final. As the Eastern Conference’s No. 2 seed, the Hurricanes will have home-ice benefit through the conference last thanks to the top-seeded Florida Panthers’ second-round flameout. 

The Hurricanes’ home-road divides are baffling considering their regular-season record. Carolina went 25-14-2 on the roadway in 2021-22, connected with the Calgary Flames for the 2nd finest mark in the NHL. Only the Washington Capitals had a much better roadway record at 25-10-6.

In the preliminary, Carolina topped Boston in a seven-game series where the house group won every match. The Hurricanes continued to win their next 2 video games versus the Rangers in the house, permitting just one objective while doing so. But New York controlled Carolina in its very first 2 video games at MSG, gathering an objective differential of 7-2. 

The Hurricanes and Rangers will satisfy in Raleigh for Game 5 on Thursday prior to heading back to New York for Game 6 on Saturday.  If current history is any sign, NHL fans ought to prepare for a Game 7 in between the 2 at PNC Arena on Monday. 

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