An anthropomorphic summary of the Hurricanes season thus far: Who: @ What: Ice Hockey Where: When: Friday, October 11th, 2013, 19:00 EST Why: Los Angeles Kings Lineup Dustin Brown - Anze Kopitar - Justin Williams Matt Frattin - Mike Richards - Jeff Carter Kyle Clifford - Jarret Stoll - Trevor Lewis Daniel Carcillo - Colin Fraser - Jordan Nolan Robyn Regehr - Drew Doughty Willie Mitchell - Slava Voynov Alec Martinez - Matt Greene Jonathan Quick Ben Scrivens Carolina Hurricanes Lineup Jiri Tlusty - Eric Staal - Alexander Semin Nathan Gerbe - Jordan Staal - Patrick Dwyer Jeff Skinner - Riley Nash - Radek Dvorak Brett Sutter - Elias Lindholm - Drayson Bowman Andrej Sekera - Justin Faulk Brett Bellemore - Ron Hainsey Jay Harrison - Ryan Murphy Cam Ward Anton Khudobin Now that the plesantries are out of the way, a bit of back story for both teams: First, Anton Randel-El. After several dominant seasons as a play maker for the Redskins, The Anton has decided to pull a Deion Danders and switch sports. He's now currently our best goalie next, we have starting goalie, turned back up, Kirk Cameron Ward who constantly teases us by switching between Pro and Noob on a daily basis next, we have a bit of interesting back story. LA Kings foward Jeff Carter and his close, personal friend, WWE Super Star Fit Finlay (who are both huge football fans) issued a contest to the colleges of the USA to determine which had the most passionate fans, with the winner securing a new football stadium. North Carolina is first and foremost a basket ball state and as such all our universities (Duke, UNC, NCSU, Wake, ECU, etc) focus most of their efforts on basketball with football coming in second. NCSU sought to capitilize on the contest though, and sent noted Wolf Pack alumni: Scott Hall, Kevin Nash & Hollywood Hogan to lobby for support. In the end the contest was won and thus, Carter-Finley Stadium was born. + = Lastly, perenial diver/cry baby Jeff Skinner is working on improving his image. So he turned, logically, to the forfront of fashion, Lady Gaga, for inspiration and hired her personal costume designer, renowned make-up and special effects artist, Glenn Hetrick for help. Results so far are getting mixed reviews Anyways, thus ends another exciting GDT and here's hoping we can keep this little streak going. LET'S GO 'CANES!!!