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Storm Advisory 12/6/19: NHL News, Links, and Daily Roundup

Underwater hockey, a Carolina Conga, and a new interactive streaming tool is launched by the NHL

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NHL: DEC 05 Sharks at Hurricanes Photo by Jaylynn Nash/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Yesterday’s News Today

Social Media Roundup

  • It’s the Carolina Conga!
  • For those who missed the controversy from last night here’s a replay:
  • Petr Mrazek spoke about the incident after the game:

Reading Assignments

  • The Carolina Hurricanes helped spread cheer around the Triangle this week. [ABC 11]
  • Nathan MacKinnon has no regrets on being underpaid. [Forbes]
  • A sad story about former United States Olympian and Miracle on Ice star Mark Pavelich, who has been deemed mentally ill and dangerous by a judge. [Star Tribune]
  • After the NHL coaching abuse scandals, where do things stand now and what happens next? [ESPN]
  • The NHL and Disney Streaming Services have launched a new interactive tool call GameFlow, that allows you to see shot pressure data in a visual representation of a game’s momentum. [NHL]
  • There is still a long way to go but women are gaining ground with new roles in the NHL. [USA Today]
  • Enjoy playing NHL 20? Well now you can play as Snoop Dogg! [Engadget]
  • Lastly, while it’s not ice hockey, it’s still a form of hockey that’s fascinating. Take a deep dive in to the world of underwater hockey. [ESPN]