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Hurricanes do trick or treat Storm Surge for Halloween

Edmundson, Gardiner hand out candy to teammates after win against Flames

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / Staff Writer

Canes surge after win vs. Flames

CGY@CAR: Hurricanes celebrate in front of home crowd

After defeating the Flames, 2-1, the Hurricanes celebrate via the storm surge with their fans

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The candy was flowing in Raleigh thanks to some trick-or-treating, Storm Surge style.

The Carolina Hurricanes celebrated Halloween early, with defenseman Joel Edmundson handing out candy to his teammates in celebration of their 2-1 win against the Calgary Flames on Tuesday.

The Hurricanes got into their traditional Storm Surge alignment at center ice and fired up the crowd with a Skol clap. Edmundson stood between the benches, and his teammates lined up to receive treats, which the defenseman handed out from a plastic pumpkin.

At the next house over, so to speak, defenseman Jake Gardiner was waiting with more goodies on the bench. And judging from the look on Dougie Hamilton's face, he got something really good.

Instagram from @canes: We provide tricks AND treats 🎃

Many of the Hurricanes then skated over to the glass, tossing the candies into the stands and further delighting the fans in attendance. 

You could say Andrei Svechnikov provided the tricks, with two goals including his lacrosse-style goal in the third period, then the Hurricanes delivered the treats.

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