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Antti Raanta will start for the second time this week as the Hurricanes look to end their trip on a high note.

For the first time this year, the Hurricanes suffered back-to-back losses (but not in settlement). The team will look to end their six-game road trip on a high note with an afternoon divisional show in Philadelphia against the Flyers, one of four teams Carolina has lost to this year.

The team did not host a morning training session today so it is not yet clear what the training will look like other than confirmation from Rod Brind’Amour that Antti Raanta will start in net, Ethan Bear. remains in COVID protocol and no one who performed in Seattle on Wednesday night will be stepping off the lineup.

Here’s how the Hurricanes lined up in Seattle on Wednesday night, but keep an eye out for the warm-ups as they’re subject to change:

Jordan Martinook – Sebastian Aho – Seth JarvisSteven Lorentz – Vincent Trocheck – Teuvo TeravainenAndrei Svechnikov – Jordan Staal – Jesper FastNino Niederreiter – Jesperi Kotkaniemi – Martin Necas

Philadelphia enters this game trying to trap a three-game winless streak, the most recent of which came with a 2-1 loss to the Florida Panthers.

Claude Giroux – Sean Couturier – Travis KonecnyJoel Farabee – Morgan Frost – Cam AtkinsonJames van Riemsdyk – Scott Laughton – Zack MacEwenOskar Lindblom – Nate Thompson – Connor Bunnaman

Ref: https://www.cameroonmagazine.com