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HURRICANES WON 5-4

GAME 1:  @DET 3, CAR 1
Final: Recap | Box Score

GAME 2:  DET 3, @CAR 0
Final: Recap | Box Score

GAME 3:  DET 3, @CAR 2
Final: Recap | Box Score

GAME 4:  @DET 3, CAR 1
Final: Recap | Box Score

GAME 5:  CAR 3, @DET 2
Final: Recap | Box Score


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Brendan Shanahan, Steve Yzerman and Jiri Slegr
Former Whaler Brendan Shanahan, bottom, scored twice.
 
Wire-To-Wire Wings
They were predicted to win it all from the beginning of the 2001-02 season, and the Red Wings delivered Thursday night. Two second-period goals were enough to help veteran-laden Detroit to hoist the Stanley Cup on Thursday, beating Carolina 3-1 and winning the finals in five games. It's the Red Wings' third Cup in six years and the 10th in the club's history.

• Bowman announces retirement | Clement | Engblom
• Y-ronman | Lidstrom MVP | Shanahan's irony
• Carolina's Francis will return | Hasek's future?
• Hurricanes' pain | End for 'Canes?



, Game 5 - Red Wings win 4-1
JUNE 4 - FINAL123OTT
Carolina 0 2 0 13
Detroit 1 1 0 02  
Box Score
Hurricanes stun Red Wings in Game 1
Goals
Carolina  None
Detroit  None
Goalies: CAR- A. Irbe, DET- D. Hasek

ESPN.com takes a look inside the series:
• Series breakdown
• Turning point
• Goalie glance

A player, a coach, a referee and Hurricanes fans take a ride on the Zamboni. More…




“But let me tell you -- I was just happy to do it, no matter who it was against”

— Detroit's Brendan Shanahan on scoring the Cup-winning goal against his former team




Video  Victory Parade
Thousands gather in the streets of Detroit to honor the Red Wings.
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 Detroit vs. Carolina
The Red Wings celebrate as Brendan Shanahan scores an empty-net goal in the final minute.
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More Audio/Video


Drehs: Defying precident
Only one team has rebounded from a 3-1 deficit in the Cup finals. The Hurricanes plan on making it two.
 
Hradek: The series is over
Though the Wings still need one more win, the Stanley Cup is theirs.
 
Adelson: Let 'em see blueliners
While the Wings' offense has been getting all the attention, their defense has been winning them games.
 
One-on-one with Bret Hedican
Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Bret Hedican strikes a chord with ESPN.com.
 

More Features



Hurricanes
Carolina
35-26-16-5

Roster
Playoff History

Detroit
Detroit
51-17-10-4

Roster
Playoff History


CAR DET
217GOALS 251
2.65GAA 2.28
63/391PP 73/359
83.7PK% 86.0
28.6SPG 31.0
12.5AVG. PIM 12.8
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
n/aGOALS n/a
n/aASTS n/a
n/aPTS n/a
GAA
• Series stats: CAR | DET
• Playoff stats: CAR | DET
• Season stats: CAR | DET
• Comparisons: Player | Team


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