Hurricanes win by scoring four different ways

BY foxsports • March 4, 2009

Whatever the reason - distracted by the impending trade deadline, playing too individually instead of as a team, overlooking opponents - the Washington Capitals suddenly are no longer dominant at home. They're rather ordinary, in fact.

And the Carolina Hurricanes were the latest visitors to take full advantage.

Carolina's Patrick Eaves scored twice, and the Hurricanes produced all sorts of goals - penalty shot, short-handed, power play, even strength - in a 5-2 victory Tuesday night, the Capitals' second consecutive lopsided loss in Washington.



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