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[RELATED: Bruins defeat Hurricanes in Game 5, win Eastern First Round series] "They know how to win, they've been there," Carolina coach Rod Brind'Amour said of Boston. I really believe that."The Bruins eliminated the Hurricanes on Wednesday with a 2-1 win in Game 5 of their best-of-7 Eastern Conference First Round series at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, the hub city for the East.It was a tight series, with the teams either tied or separated by one goal in the final minute in all five games. Far tighter than when these teams faced each other last season in the Eastern Conference Final, when the Bruins swept the Hurricanes in four games by a combined score of 17-5."I think we played at a level to beat them," Brind'Amour said after the Hurricanes, the No. 5 seed in the East, lost to the No. 4 seed. That game, he said, was "disturbing."Video: Bruins win Game 5, advance to Second RoundBut overall, it was an improvement for the Hurricanes, who are starting to imagine a future when they become the cream of the Eastern Conference crop, they become a team that makes the postseason year after year after year, and their core -- Sebastian Aho, Andrei Svechnikov, Jaccob Slavin and Dougie Hamilton -- becomes like that of their opponent, like Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand, Zdeno Chara and David Krejci."We couldn't get a break on the bounces, but I thought the maturity of our group from last year to this year, we've taken a huge step," Brind'Amour said.

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