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Storm Advisory 11/8/19: NHL News, Links, and Daily Roundup

Eetu Luostarinen makes history, women’s hockey is coming to North Carolina, and find out why Evander Kane is getting sued by a Las Vegas casino

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New York Rangers v Carolina Hurricanes Photo by Gregg Forwerck/NHLI via Getty Images

Yesterday’s News Today

Social Media Roundup

  • A fun fact from Eetu Luostarinen’s NHL debut last night:
  • Speaking of Luostarinen, he got the traditional rookie treatment last night:
  • The Hurricanes appear to be parting ways with Alex Lintuniemi:

Reading Assignments

  • Women’s hockey is coming to North Carolina thanks to new NC State club. [Technician]
  • Why the Carolina Hurricanes wanted Dominik Bokk. [EP Rinkside $]
  • Craig MacTavish takes us inside his crazy three-month stint in the KHL. [TSN]
  • Eliminating morning skates is the NHL’s version of load management. [LA Times]
  • San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane is being sued by a Las Vegas casino over unpaid gambling markers. [LV Review Journal]
  • The Boston Bruins, and much of the NHL, use different hydration techniques to stay healthy. [Boston Herald]
  • Inside the strange, weird world of NHL slang. [The Athletic $]
  • Under Barry Trotz’s watch, the Islanders remain one of the most intriguing teams in the NHL. [The Hockey News]