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Storm Advisory 6/20/19: NHL News, Links, and Daily Roundup

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The 2020 Draft is going north, the Storm Surge is coming to NHL 20, and the NHL Awards, where the Canes continue to get overlooked

2019 NHL Awards - Arrivals Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Reading Assignments

Yesterday’s News Today: The 2019 NHL Awards, By SBN and Canes Country, Prospect Profile: Nils Hoglander and Patrik Puistola, About Last Season: Justin Williams, Examining Carolina’s options in net if Mrazek and McElhinney leave

NHL Awards

Here is a complete list of the winners from last night’s NHL Award ceremony:


  • Here is the breakdown on how Don Waddell got the most first place votes yet still was not the winner of the GM of the Year award:
  • Also, the fact that Rod Brind’Amour only got 49 votes and Berube, who coached for half a season, got 116 is absurd:
  • While Justin Williams somehow did not win the Messier award, he did at least look sharp:
  • Jordan Martinook, ever the team guy, took to Twitter to express his encouragement to Willy before the awards show:
  • Robin Lehner had the best acceptance speech that we have seen in a long time:
  • It looks like the Storm Surge is coming to NHL 20:
  • Speaking NHL 20, Auston Matthews will be on the cover:
  • It’s time for the Hurricanes to remind Justin Williams why he’s given them so much. [The Athletic $]
  • The Storm Surge wins NHL Fan Choice Award for Best Celly. [Hurricanes]
  • Martin Necas and Tomas Jurco are moving closer to their individual goals. [Charlotte Checkers]
  • The alternate NHL awards, including the recognition Don Cherry deserves. [ESPN]
  • The Montreal Canadiens will host the 2020 NHL Draft. [NHL]
  • Getting to know Jack Hughes, Kappo Kakko, and other top draft prospects. [CBS Sports]
  • Corey Perry has been bought out by the Ducks:
  • It appears Jesse Puljujarvi will not be returning to Edmonton one way or another as he has demanded a trade or else he will leave for Europe. [Sportsnet]
  • Joe Thornton will return for his 22nd season. [NBC Sports]
  • The Jets are exploring trading Nikolaj Ehlers and they have reportedly offered a deal to Carolina. [TSN]