What Happened In Caneiac Land

John WattsContributor IApril 4, 2009

RALEIGH, NC - MARCH 25:  Chad LaRose #59 of the Carolina Hurricanes moves the puck against the Ottawa Senators at the RBC Center on March 25, 2009 in Raleigh, North Carolina. Carolina won 2-1. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

Halfway through the season the Canes Where questionable to even make the playoffs but now the Canes are number four in the East and are rolling.

I believe the comeback started when the Paul Marice came in and immediately changed the Canes Playing. 

My top three players that have turned their season around are.

1. Rod BrindAmour- He has really been playing good hockey lately and has definitely picked up his performance.

2. Cam Ward- Cam has been playing amazing goalie lately.  He has been more focused and is playing like a man on a mission (He is on a mission to make the playoffs)!

3. Chad Larousse- Chad has been are most important penitently killer (Besides Wardo) and has stepped up his performance. With two goals against the Rangers he is a big help in our push for the playoffs.

So that is this weeks top three players who have turned their season around. 

A player that has just come back to the Carolina Hurricanes and has been a big help is Erik Cole, he has been a big help on the Staal line with Babachuck. So all in all the Canes have been playing unbelievable hockey and are almost a lock in the playoffs.

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