Canes rally past Blackhawks | Pro Hockey News

In Raleigh, the Carolina Hurricanes rallied from a two-goal deficit with four straight goals and Petr Mrazek made 27 saves  in a 6-3 thumping of the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night.

“It wasn’t a great game tonight,” Carolina head coach Rod Brind’Amour said. “We got by with a lot of good efforts. The talent we have on this team kind of won us this game, but it wasn’t pretty.”

The Blackhawks led 2-0 off goals from Alex DeBrinkat (first of two on the night) and Mike Hardman.

“Obviously, we had momentum, we were doing things well and things were going our way,” the Blackhawks’ Riley Stillman said. “Their goalie made some big stops, they capitalized on their chances, and that was it.”

Andrei Svechnikov potted two goals and had three points on the night; Teuvo Teravainen added a single marker and two assists for the Canes.

“I feel pretty good,” Teravainen said. “We have a couple more games and these are good games for me to get to my game and get my feel for the puck and that kind of stuff. It’s been good, I think.”

Martin Necas (shorthanded) and Nino Niederreiter (second goal of the game) scored empty-net goals.Collin Delia made 22 saves in the loss.

“It was pretty surreal,” Hardman said. “It was a great play by [Patrick Kane] on the breakout there, then [Entwistle] using his speed going wide and just shooting the puck off the pad, and I was lucky to be there and tap it in. It was an awesome feeling.”