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The Canes fall in Winnipeg; Ken Dryden on concussions in hockey

NHL: Carolina Hurricanes at Winnipeg Jets Terrence Lee-USA TODAY Sports

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  • The Hurricanes entered the 3rd period notted at 1, but were unable to muster any further offense and fell to the Winnipeg Jets 2-1 on Saturday night. [Canes Country]
  • NHL Network’s Mike Kelly breaks down just one play that illustrates the high-end ability of Jaccob Slavin:
  • Hall of Famer Ken Dryden proposes a simple way to fix hockey’s concussion problem, across the landscape of the game. [Globe and Mail]
  • If you haven’t seen the Golden Knights’ new mascot, Chance the Gila Monster...feast your eyes. [Knights on Ice]
  • Could the All-Star Game be replaced by an event in Europe? [Sportsnet]