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Storm Advisory 6/18/19: NHL News, Links, and Daily Roundup

Erik Karlsson gets PAID, Jacob Trouba gets traded, and it may be the off-season, but the Canes are still busy.

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  • And here are the financials:

  • Meanwhile, the Rangers acquired Jacob Trouba from the Jets, in exchange for Neal Pionk and the 20th overall pick in the 2019 #NHLDraft (which they originally acquired from Winnipeg in the Kevin Hayes trade). Rangers fans seem to believe it’s a pretty good deal. [Blueshirt Banter]
  • This should have been required listening on Fathers Day, sorry I’m a couple of days late. Make sure you check out the Canes Corner podcast with Adam Gold featuring everyone’s favorite Hockey Dad, Justin Williams. [WRALSportsFan]
  • Jon Chase (Canes VP of Community Outreach) gives the lowdown on why no Canes draft party this week:
  • A draft review, listener questions, and Vancouver sandwich reviews on this week’s CanesCast. []
  • And a whole bunch of very important to-dos on the Canes calendar from a player personnel perspective. []
  • He’ll probably downplay it, but Mike Vellucci’s fingerprints are all over the Checkers’ Calder Cup run. []
  • A deep dive on the state of the Canes’ farm system and how their prospects fit into the future. [Athletic $]
  • I’ll take very good news for $1000, please. Alex Trebek will be one of the presenters at Wednesday’s NHL Awards. [KTNV Las Vegas]
  • NHL players aren’t happy that upward of 10 percent of their pay has been held in escrow over the past seven seasons. Fixing the problem isn’t simple, and it’s a sticking point in labor negotiations. [AP Sports]
  • Finally, this guy’s kids (with a little help from Mom) win Fathers Day.