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Storm Advisory for February 11: NHL News, Rumors, Links and Daily Roundup

Canes down the Avs 3-1; Connecticut Governor attempts to woo Dundon

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Reading Assignments

  • The Hurricanes put together one of their more complete efforts in completing the sweep of their back-to-back with a 3-1 win over the Colorado Avalanche. [Canes Country]
  • Luke DeCock of the News & Observer makes it clear that he supports new Hurricanes owner Tom Dundon embracing the franchise’s legacy in Hartford, but that politicians in the Nutmeg State need to stop the sad attempt to woo Dundon into bringing the team back to Connecticut for a regular season (or possibly an outdoor) game. [News & Observer]
  • The Washington Capitals committed to winger Lars Eller with a five-year contract worth $17.5 million. [Capitals]
  • Guess the Canes can scratch James van Riemsdyk off their trade deadline shopping list. [Sporting News]
  • Scott Pellerin, who long ago was briefly a Hurricane, took a long road to the head of the Toronto Maple Leafs Development Program. [The Athletic, $]