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Hurricanes dance to 'Brass Bonanza' in Whalers-themed Storm Surge

Carolina celebrated Whalers style after win against Kings

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

Whalers Night Storm Surge

LAK@CAR: Hurricanes celebrate Whalers style

The Hurricanes played horns during Brass Bonanza following their 2-0 win against the Kings on Whalers Night

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The Carolina Hurricanes celebrated their win Whalers-style Saturday.

The Hurricanes got the Hartford mascot Pucky the Whale involved and partied as "Brass Bonanza" blared from the speakers after their 2-0 against the Los Angeles Kings at PNC Arena.

Saturday was Whalers Night, and the Hurricanes wore the spectacular green uniforms their organization sported as the Hartford Whalers from 1979-92.

The Whalers logo was displayed on the ice, which was overlayed with an ocean graphic and even had a jumping whale.

Aside from the exceptional uniforms, the Whalers got in to the 80s Night spirit from pregame, when many players wore glorious green and white headbands.

Tweet from @Canes: So fresh pic.twitter.com/ntVzeIXEBV

Pucky even got to crank the pregame siren.

Tweet from @Canes: Pucky like, totally rocked as the @VectorSecurity Siren Sounder! pic.twitter.com/EXEj16s9gv

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