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Storm Advisory 4/7/18: NHL News, Rumors, Links and Daily Roundup

Catfish, shout outs and Henrik Lundqvist.

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  • A tragedy in Saskatchewan last night: 14 people were killed when a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos junior-B team crashed en route to a playoff game. [CBC, and a GoFundMe has been set up if you’d like to help]
  • The boys over at Section 328 gave us a quick shout out and also interviewed Hurricanes president Don Waddell. [Section 328]
  • A little more on the emergency goalie situation on game nights at PNC Arena. [News and Observer]
  • Play-in game? Count us in:
  • Scoring has boomed in the NHL this season. [Toronto Sun]
  • 34 years as equipment manager. THIRTY. FOUR. Good luck in retirement, Doug Shearer.
  • Rikard Gronborg could be the first European NHL head coach since 2011. [Sportsnet]
  • With Connor McDavid, Henrik Lundqvist and other stars not extending their season, could the playoffs be boring this year? [ESPN]
  • Nashville’s mayor has reimbursed the fan who shipped a catfish to the NHL offices. [Tennessean]