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In the Stanley Cup Finals

The Carolina Hurricanes are in the Stanley Cup finals with a 4-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres. Go Canes!

There were a couple of moments at RBC Center this evening -- just before the first period, when the Hurricanes players took the ice, and then again for the last minute of the final period -- where the crowd noise was, I think, the loudest thing I've ever heard, loud enough that I could barely hear myself screaming along with everyone else. It was a spectactular experience, and a great first time for me to see a professional sports playoff game in person.

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