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Canes News Roundup: 9/14/18

Training camp will take a pause on Saturday after two days of work.

Jamie Kellner

Hope everyone is safe today. Raleigh hasn’t seen the worst of the storm yet, and since daybreak there have been a good number of trees down especially in southern Wake County, so we’ll put this out now and try to get ahead of any potential power outages. The coast has predictably been slammed since yesterday afternoon, with more than ten feet of storm surge up the Neuse River at New Bern and substantial damage from Wilmington north to Beaufort and Harkers Island.

Feel free to share any photos you have taken from where you are in the comments. Here’s a shot of the back yard of my in-laws’ house a couple blocks off the beach at Oak Island:

Stay safe and if you don’t need to head out, authorities strongly suggest you stay put. We’ve put some links and other media together to give you a bit of a diversion. Here’s hoping you get through the storm with little damage and few headaches!

Reading Assignments

  • Justin Williams embraces his new role, clearly:
  • The new Hurricanes captain joined Adam and Joe yesterday to talk about the new-look team and what to expect from him as a captain and from Rod Brind’Amour as head coach. [WRALSportsFan (audio)]
  • A good number of players are going to get an education in Raleigh high water protocol:
  • Perhaps the least surprising thing ever tweeted:
  • It’s a different atmosphere for sure after four years of Bill Peters with Brind’Amour in charge. [News & Observer]
  • Never fear: Peters might be gone, but the Kinetico water sponsorship is alive and well.
  • Anton Khudobin has a Harry Potter elf on his mask...