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Hurricanes feel the love with Valentine's Day Storm Surge

Lightning department gets assist, Hamilton returns to take picture with Stormy

by Dan O'Leary @DanOLeary25 / NHL.com Staff Writer

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Spread love, it's the Carolina Hurricanes way.

With the Hurricanes victory on Valentine's Day on Friday, the team pulled out a themed Storm Surge after a victory against the New Jersey Devils.

The celebration started with the traditional Skol Clap as usual, but this time the players had a little help from the PNC Arena lightning.

After the clap was done, the ice went dark displaying only a red heart around the team's center ice logo.

Love was in the air already before the game even started as the team's mascot, Stormy, was reunited with his best buddy and picture partner, defenseman Dougie Hamilton.

Tweet from @NHLStormy: Did you miss us ? pic.twitter.com/BfSGBaubQ8

Hamilton, who suffered a broken left fibula in January, was all smiles while posing with his buddy Stormy even while using a knee scooter.

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