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Storm Advisory for November 3: NHL News, Rumors, Links and Daily Roundup

The Canes fall in Denver; Matt Cullen on returning home

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Reading Assignments

  • A incredibly frustrating night in Denver for the Hurricanes, as they set a Carolina record with 60 total shots, but stumbled their way to a 5-3 loss to the Avalanche. [Canes Country]
  • Former Cane Matt Cullen spent a week with Michael Russo of The Athletic to detail why he returned home to Minnesota to play instead of pursue a 3rd straight Stanley Cup in Pittsburgh. [The Athletic]
  • Cory Lavalette discusses exactly what is holding back the Carolina offense? Could it be the conservative nature of Head Coach Bill Peters? [North State Journal]
  • Michael Smith’s weekly Tweetmail tackles the Jeff Skinner usage question, among other things. [Hurricanes]
  • Tomorrow is USA Hockey’s annual “Try Hockey for Free” day, where rinks from sea to shining sea will offer free skills clinics and skating lessons. In the Triangle, the IcePlex (3:00) and Orange County SportsPlex (3:30) are participating locations. Registration is required. [USA Hockey]