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Storm Advisory 11/14/18: NHL News, Rumors, Links and Daily Roundup

The Canes move on from Traverse City, Tom Wilson’s suspension was reduced, and Jeff Skinner continues to light the lamp in Buffalo.

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Reading Assignments

  • The Hurricanes announced they will no longer be participating in the Traverse City prospect tournament, opting to participate in the 2019 NHL Prospects Showcase held next year in Nashville. [Hurricanes]
  • In case you missed it, here’s the tribute video the Hurricanes put together for Cam Ward [NHL]
  • It appears we’ve had another violation in the Canes PR department. Get the Bojangles ready
  • This is not exactly the kind of list you want to see four of your players on:
  • For your daily #Nylander tracker:
  • Who has the best defensive group in the NHL? One writer says Carolina tops the list. [ESPN]
  • Early predictions for the 2019 Hall of Fame inductees including a name drop for Rod Brind’Amour. [ESPN]
  • Five questions with former Hurricanes radio announcer Chuck Kaiton. [NHL]
  • Jeff Skinner is scoring at a rapid pace for the Sabres. [The Athletic $]
  • Tom Wilson had his suspension reduced to 14 games:
  • Here is a more in depth look as to why the suspension was reduced. [The Hockey News]
  • The Capitals GM Brian MacLellan says Mr. Wilson needs to adjust his playing style. [NHL]
  • Last thing on Tom Wilson for now, former Hurricane Matt Cullen is not too happy about the reduction of Wilson’s suspension. [The Score]
  • In the NHL Concussion settlement, the owners have come out on top. [New York Times]
  • Oddest save of the year so far?
  • Last but certainly not least, Carolina Hurricanes Sled Hockey is hosting their annual Casino Night fundraiser this Friday night, Nov. 16. It’s a great time, but if you’re not able to attend, you can also bid on auction items and help support a great organization.