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Storm Advisory 6/8/18: NHL News, Rumors, Links and Daily Roundup

The Washington Capitals are Stanley Cup Champions, Don Waddell states the obvious, and the NHL’s color barrier.

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Reading Assignments

  • Chip Alexander of the News & Observer spoke to Hurricanes general manager Don Waddell. Here are some highlights, or if you prefer to see it in story form, right this way.
  • The NHL continues to fail at breaking the color barrier. [The Athletic] [FREE]
  • It’s going to be extremely tough for the Detroit Red Wings to return to glory. [MLive]
  • Hockey players are allergic to the letter “I.” [ESPN]
  • Rasmus Dahlin is not looking too far ahead into his NHL future. [Washington Post]
  • A look at Mike “Doc” Emrick’s verbal mastery. [NPR]
  • Jeremy Roenick has done some pretty crazy things in his time as a broadcaster. [USA Today]
  • The Capitals’ Chandler Stephenson’s road to the NHL started in Saskatoon. [Saskatoon StarPhoenix]