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Storm Advisory 5/6/19: NHL News, Links and Daily Roundup

There are new Jerk shirts on sale, Brock McGinn goes fishing, and a Raleigh teen has become the first ever NC born female athlete to qualify for a NCAA ice hockey scholarship

Jamie Kellner

Reading Assignments

Yesterday’s News Today: System Analyst: Two Down

  • Get the wallets ready, Bunch of Jerks version 2.0 is out now thanks to Don Cherry:
  • This would seem to be a good omen:
  • If you happened to catch last night’s episode of Wicked Tuna you may have caught a familiar face (Brock McGinn) on the show:
  • Dear local caller in the WITN market, bless your heart:
  • The NC Courage are attempting hockey to show some support for the Canes:
  • Warren Foegele is flourishing as a late bloomer for the Canes. [NHL]
  • Captain then, coach now: Brind’Amour is guiding the Canes back to the conference finals. [WS Journal]
  • The Oilers are expected to name Ken Holland their next GM. [TSN]

About Last Night

  • There was only one game on tap last night and it featured the St. Louis Blues taking down the Dallas Stars 4-1 to force a game seven in the series. There was some controversy on the Blues’ third goal as Ben Bishop took a puck up high and was rolling around in pain, but play continued on and the Blues scored on an essentially open net. Bishop would later leave the game and his status for game seven is unknown at this time.