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Storm Advisory 7/26/18: NHL News, Rumors, Links and Daily Roundup

Tom Dundon speaks on simulcasts, rebuilds, Brass Bonanza, and a familiar face stopped by the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Reading Assignments

  • The Canes get the highest honors in this ranking of team rebuilds. [ESPN]
  • In the latest edition of Tweetmail, Brass Bonanza gets dropped as a potential upcoming goal song for the Canes. [Hurricanes]
  • Tom Dundon went on 99.9 The Fan and said he wants to “put all the money on the ice” which led to him confirming the use of a simulcast over the radio this season. [WRALSportsFan (audio)]
  • The Vancouver Canucks announced their President of Hockey Operations Trevor Linden and the team have agreed to part ways. [Canucks]
  • It appears Jarome Iginla and the Calgary Flames will host a ceremony on Monday announcing his retirement after 20 years in the NHL. [Calgary Herald]
  • For your wacky news of the day, a man in Connecticut is facing charges after being accused of posing as the owner of the Boston Bruins in order to avoid paying... *checks notes* ...tree removal services. [The Score]
  • Lastly, a familiar face recently dropped by the Hockey Hall of Fame: