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Storm Advisory 6/23/19: NHL News, Links, and Daily Roundup

The 2019 draft is in the books, getting to know all the Canes picks, and Florida looks ready to make a splash in free agency

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2019 NHL Draft - Round 2-7 Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Reading Assignments

Yesterday’s News Today: Canes acquire Patrick Marleau and a 1st Round pick from Toronto, NHL Draft Day 2 Coverage, Why trading Justin Faulk makes sense.

  • Day two of the draft started well before 1pm as the Canes made a trade yesterday:
  • The wild card with the trade is Marleau who the Canes want to convince to stay in Raleigh:
  • There was another big trade yesterday involving PK Subban:
  • Andrei Svechnikov seems happy to have his former teammate in the Canes organization:
  • The Hurricanes draft picks broken down by each selection. [Hurricanes]
  • Here is the full audio and video from Don Waddell and Darren Yorke plus the draft picks all in one place. [Hurricanes PR]
  • A good write up on Canes second round pick Pyotr Kochetkov. [NGH $]
  • Five takeaway from day two of the draft. [NHL]
  • NBC’s winners and losers of the 2019 draft. [NBC Sports]
  • And then USA Today’s version of the winners and losers column. [USA Today]
  • What we learned from the draft. [ESPN]
  • Ranking just day two at the draft. [The Athletic $]
  • Speaking of The Athletic, Sara Civian stirred some controversy yesterday when she tweeted that the Capitals and Canes had been talking about Justin Faulk. She clarifies her comments and why the two are talking but not about Faulk specifically. [The Athletic $]
  • American born players rise to the top in the NHL draft. [NY Times]
  • The Seattle franchise was on the hunt for a GM at the draft. [Seattle Times]
  • Anders Lee is expected to head to free agency. [NHL]
  • Sounds like Florida could be a force next year:
  • Take a look around the draft floor: