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The Canes broke the streak, but are sliding in the Metro; Raleigh Police set to take on Canes alumni for charity

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Reading (and Viewing) Assignments

  • The Hurricanes broke their losing streak last night in Chicago, but they are still sliding in the highly competitive Metro Division. Mike Kelly with NHL Network discussed:
  • The Raleigh Police Department are preparing for their matchup with the Canes to benefit the North Carolina Special Olympics. See below for details and information on attending:
  • Victor Rask told a Swedish hockey outlet that he hopes to be back ahead of schedule - and that he’s gotten in the habit of letting others do the cooking. [Hockey Sverige (translation) (original)]
  • Former Canes GM and current Penguins roster boss Jim Rutherford is not pleased with his Pens to start the season, and he made sure they knew about it. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]
  • The story of NHL hockey’s return to Minnesota and remembering its catalyst, Bob Naegele Jr. [The Athletic]
  • Gary Bettman reflects on the path that’s led to his induction into the Hall of Fame on Monday. []