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Storm Advisory 11/12/19: NHL News, Links, and Daily Roundup

The Canes get back on the horse, while Don Cherry is out on Hockey Night in Canada

Ottawa Senators v Carolina Hurricanes Photo by Gregg Forwerck/NHLI via Getty Images

Yesterday’s News Today

  • The Hurricanes shook off their four-game losing streak in grand fashion last night, pulverizing the Senators 8-2. [Canes Country]
  • 100 games into the Rod Brind’Amour era, Andrew Ahr takes a look at the successful beginning to his coaching career. [Canes Country]

Reading Assignments

  • Don Cherry has been fired from his long-time position on Hockey Night in Canada after his controversial remarks regarding Canadian immigrants this past week. Cherry is more defiant than ever in his talk with the Toronto Sun. [Toronto Sun]
  • The defending Cup champion St. Louis Blues may be looking to add a few veterans to their roster, including the brother of a current Hurricane.
  • There appears to be a resolution in the championship trophy saga for the ECHL’s Kelly Cup. [ECHL]
  • The Raleigh Police Department may have to put out an APB in search of the “Great Ice Cream Thief” at PNC Arena.