I think y'all would agree with me when I say that's the team we were waiting to see. Right from the start I thought the Canes were solid. In the first they played a very smart, good defensive period. Exactly what the road team is suppose to do. The Canadiens on the other hand for the first time in the series were under pressure and seemed shaky. As a result, the Canes were able to jump out to a 2-0 lead. In the second, I thought the Canes still worked hard, but didn't seem to work as smart or execute as well as they did in the first and that opened the door for the Habs to climb back into the game. And give them credit, they took advantage of the opportunity. In the third the Canes were back to playing a solid game. They limited the Habs chances and were able to get the go ahead and eventual game winning goal. Once again Roddie played a huge role in the outcome, and for me it was also a great sign to see JustinWilliams elevate his game at such a critical time and under tough circumstances. This series reminds me in many ways of some heavyweight bouts. Early in the match the underdog comes out swinging, staggering the favorite, but unable to finish him off. Then the favorite is able to regain his senses and climb his way back into the match. That's where I think we are now. The Habs realize they had the Canes on the ropes. They also realize they couldn't put them away. They know they blew a great chance and now must try and find away to regain the advantage. An advantage that is clearly on the Canes side. I would expect the Canes to step on the ice Sunday night at the RBC to a deafening roar and that will help them to continue to play the game they were so successful with all year, a game that they finally found again in game 4. They're back!