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Storm Advisory 10/9/19: NHL News, Links, and Daily Roundup

The Canes remain undefeated, a Hurricanes legend signs with San Jose, and there’s a whole lot of salt in Washington, D.C.

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Carolina Hurricanes v Washington Capitals
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  • After a game winning goal and wearing an “A” Jaccob Slavin is getting national media attention. He was interviewed by the NHL Network about the Canes start.
  • Legendary Carolina Hurricane Patrick Marleau was signed by the San Jose Sharks for league minimum. (Must be nice having the buyout and another salary...)
  • The Penguins have to be leading the league in man games lost in injuries. After losing Bryan Rust, Evgeni Malkin, and Nick Bjugstad, they lost Patric Hornqvist in the first period last night. [Tribune Live]
  • James Neal scores four goals to lead to an Oilers win. It may also be the first one-for-one trade win in a decade for Edmonton. [Sportsnet]
  • Anytime is a good time to check out 31 Thoughts by Elliotte Friedman. This week its about the speed of the game and the youth characters of the NHL. [Sportsnet]
  • Question and Answer with Doug Armstrong of the St. Louis Blues on how to build a Cup contending team. [$TheAthletic]
  • We have reached peak salt, and maybe an actual rivalry.
  • Speaking of, Evgeny Kuznetsov gave the Capitals a bump, but couldn’t get them over the edge in his debut, Caps lose in OT. [Washington Post]
  • Philadelphia Flyers give fans a”Rage Room” in the stadium for the upcoming season. [ESPN]
  • If you haven’t had enough of the NBC on air talent, they are now starting their own podcast titled “Our Line Starts.” You know, for those who need MORE Mike Milbury content. [NBCSports]