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Hurricanes dads and mentors do Storm Surge celebration in suite

While team skips signature move after away games, guests have some fun with it

by Dan O'Leary @DanOLeary25 / Staff Writer

The apple doesn't fall far from the tree and, in the case of the Carolina Hurricanes Mentors' Trip, vice versa.

The Hurricanes had their mentors along for a road trip to Sunrise, Florida for a game against the Panthers on Thursday. Fourteen fathers, a brother, an uncle and a father-in-law, filled a suite at BB&T Center.

And, after a 4-3 win, the mentors did what the Hurricanes never do away from their home ice: the Storm Surge.

As you may already know, the Hurricanes have brought fun back to winning games, creating unique celebrations following home victories.

After a road victory, however, the team did as they always do and left the ice after the final horn. So the mentors brought a little bit of Raleigh to Sunrise.

Tweet from @NHLCanes: The mentors learned something from the #Canes!

Because, if you are going to make the trip, might as well have as much fun as you can.

Hurricanes owner Tom Dundon hit the nail on the head with a pair of tweets following the game.

Tweet from @TDCanes: Winning is fun. Enjoying it with family makes it even better.

Tweet from @TDCanes: Look how proud these guys are

The Hurricanes family members went with the traditional Skol clap to start, then went into "The Floss" and then a quick "Dab" before the room erupted. 

A day later after Carolina's 3-0 win against the Dallas Stars, they were at it again, playing a game of hide-and-seek after the Skol clap.

Tweet from @NHLCanes: Hide and seek Storm Surge from the #Canes mentors!

It is officially safe to say the Storm Surge is catching on.

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