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Storm Advisory 6/17/19: NHL News, Links, and Daily Roundup

Anaheim hires their new bench boss, Hagelin will stay put in the nation’s capital, and draft content is upon us.

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  • Carl Hagelin started the 2018-19 season in Pittsburgh. Then, he got traded to Los Angeles. Then, he got traded to Washington. He’ll surely be happy to stay in one place for a little while:
  • The 2019 NHL Draft is quickly approaching. In honor of this sacred hockey event, here’s a 2006 re-draft. (NHL dot com)
  • Speaking of the draft, this year’s iteration will be very important for the Hurricanes and the entire Metropolitan Division as a whole. (NHL dot com)
  • Bobby’s on the Brink of being a high draft pick, and for good reason. If you get compared to Justin Williams, you’re probably doing something right. (NHL dot com)
  • The NHLPA and the NHL will have a lot of issues to straighten out before a new CBA gets signed, and escrow is near the top of that list. (Hartford Courant)
  • The Anaheim Ducks have hired Dallas Eakins to be their new head coach. The official announcement and introductory press conference are expected to be held on Monday.
  • This is far from a surprise, but Craig Custance believes Carolina is one of the teams to watch on draft day as they look to acquire more scoring and will be willing to use their first-round draft pick to make that happen. [The Athletic ($)]