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Storm Advisory 4/24/18: NHL News, Rumors, Links and Daily Roundup

Tom Dundon, Honey Badger: he don’t care what you or anyone else thinks about how he runs his team.

Jamie Kellner

Reading Assignments

  • Congratulations to Justin Faulk, the Hurricanes’ nominee for the King Clancy Trophy recognizing leadership and humanitarian contributions to the community. Faulk has been a sponsor of the True Defenders program since its inception in 2015, first with James Wisniewski and John-Michael Liles and for the last two years with Noah Hanifin. [NHL]
  • Tom Dundon was a guest on the ESPN On Ice podcast (starts about 33 minutes in) and he didn’t hold back talking about his philosophy for staffing the front office and why he couldn’t care less what the perception is around the league. [ESPN]
  • Given that the Flames’ roster is very similar to the Hurricanes’, will Bill Peters be more successful there than he was here? [ProHockeyTalk]
  • There will be some new artwork on NHL rinks next season:
  • So why exactly was Puddy in the crowd at Devils/Lightning Game 4? [Sports Illustrated]
  • This is an absolutely fascinating stat, moreso given the fact that a two-time Vezina Trophy winner has been in goal for 17 of those games: