Carolina Hurricanes: Three takeaways from win in Ohio

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Columbus, OH – OCTOBER 23: Frederik Andersen #31 of the Carolina Hurricanes is congratulated by Ian Cole #28 and Ethan Bear #25 after defeating the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-1 at Nationwide Arena on October 23, 2021, in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images)

Carolina improves to 4-0-0 on the season with a 5-1 victory in the buckeye state as the Carolina Hurricanes remain unbeaten. After a very difficult three-game road trip, their final game is another win as the team moves up to 8 points in the standings. A very impressive win for the Carolina Hurricanes as they beat the Columbus Blue Jackets.

A game that saw almost complete domination from the Carolina Hurricanes, it was a sensational performance as their star talent shone through against a team that didn’t have the same resources among them. Carolina’s talent saw them through a potentially tricky game in Columbus with some big goals from members of the vaunted SAT line.

Carolina did not get this all their own way, and they had a big performance from their netminder again who is being asked to stand on his head in the early part of this season. We know that the team had a lot of faith in this tandem when they brought them in, and although we haven’t seen the other half of this tandem, what we have seen is a cause for optimism.

We will get into all the nuts and bolts of this win here on Cardiac Cane. With a lot of talent to bail the team out, a netminder cleaning up the issues, and a special team putting this game out of reach, the Carolina Hurricanes are now just one point back of the division-leading New York Rangers with 2 games in hand. It’s a very promising position for the team to be in.

For now, let’s focus on the team’s last game as they overcome the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-1.

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