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The Daily Faceoff Show: Hurricanes' Tony DeAngelo embracing villain role in playoffs

In Wednesday’s Garbage Time segment on the Daily Faceoff Show, Frank Seravalli took the time to recognize Tony DeAngelo’s comeback season. Seravalli: “For my money, we talked earlier in the show about Vladimir Tarasenko being the comeback player of the year, Tony DeAngelo is the comeback player of the year that for whatever reason, no one really wants to give him that title. Maybe it’s because of things that have happened in the past, but you look at the bounce-back season that he’s had, showing once again with 51 points in 64 games this year that he is a beast on the blue line.
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Tony DeAngelo Needles Boston Media After Hurricanes’ Game 5 Win

Unlike Sunday afternoon in Boston, there was no extracurricular and foolish activity from Tony DeAngelo on Tuesday night. The first-year Hurricane had arguably his best outing of this first-round Stanley Cup playoff series to date in Carolina’s Game 5 win over the Bruins. DeAngelo potted the Canes’ second goal of the contest and added two assists in his team’s 5-1 win at PNC Arena, sending the Black and Gold to the brink of elimination.
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Hurricanes’ Tony DeAngelo Has On-Brand Take On Stick-Throwing Incident

Tony DeAngelo doesn’t regret how he capped off his frustrating Sunday afternoon at TD Garden. DeAngelo was on the ice when the Boston Bruins were about to put a bow on their Game 4 win over the Carolina Hurricanes. As Brad Marchand put himself in position to bury an empty netter, the hot-headed defenseman threw his stick in the direction of the B’s star.

Hurricanes' Tony DeAngelo Fires Shot at B's Fans, Says Carolina Crowd ‘Much Louder'

Tony DeAngelo fires shot at B's fans: Carolina crowd 'much louder' originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston. Boston has itself a new villain in Tony DeAngelo. The Carolina Hurricanes defenseman drew the ire of Bruins fans during a contentious Game 4 on Sunday. He was booed by the TD Garden crowd each time he touched the puck after a testy exchange with Brad Marchand. He also had an altercation with Curtis Lazar and threw his stick on Marchand's empty-netter at the end of the third period.

Tony DeAngelo apparently wasn’t impressed with Bruins fans, TD Garden

Hurricanes defenseman Tony DeAngelo has officially embraced his role as the top heel of this first-round series between the Bruins and Hurricanes. A day after Brad Marchand & Co. accelerated DeAngelo’s meltdown in a series-tying Game 4 win over the Canes, DeAngelo took to the podium and gave his thoughts on anything and everything, including Boston’s crowds at TD Garden.

Tony DeAngelo hurls stick in tense final moments of Hurricanes-Bruins game

The final moments of Sunday’s Hurricanes-Bruins game weren’t without fireworks — or a rogue stick, apparently. With the Bruins up 4-2 against the Hurricanes in Game 4 of their series, Boston’s Brad Marchand skated towards Carolina’s empty net to score what would be his team’s final goal. As Marchand sped toward the net, however, Carolina’s Tony DeAngelo hurled his stick in Marchand’s direction. Marchand, who helped even the Bruins’ first-round series 2-2, appeared to exchange words with DeAngelo earlier in the game, which the Boston forward addressed afterward. “It wasn’t much of an exchange,” Marchand said, according to NESN. “I didn’t even...
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Hurricanes' Tony DeAngelo: Another three-point night

DeAngelo had a goal and two assists in Tuesday's 5-1 Game 5 win over the Bruins. The goal and an assist came on the power play. DeAngelo has eight points through five games this postseason, including three-point outbursts in Games 2 and 5. He's the leading point scorer thus far for the Hurricanes, who will have a chance to close this series out Thursday in Boston.

Hurricanes Captain Stands By Tony DeAngelo After D-Man’s Game 4 Antics

Game 4 of the first-round series between the Bruins and the Hurricanes was not Tony DeAngelo’s finest outing. Purely from a performance standpoint, DeAngelo actually was pretty good Sunday afternoon at TD Garden. The Carolina defenseman assisted on his team’s second goal of the game and also logged two shots on net. But that solid offensive showing was completely overshadowed by extracurriculars.