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Storm Advisory 6/3/19: NHL News, Links and Daily Roundup

A Charlotte Checkers win, the risk of concussion and how scouts are valuing junior league forwards.

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Reading Assignments

  • Yesterday’s News Today: The Checkers tied up the series in a tough Game 2. [Canes Country]
  • Some junior reporters got a chance to ask questions at Mike Vellucci’s press conference:
  • Hamilton is fired up about the win:
  • A pretty nasty fight broke out at the end of the game as the clock expired:
  • Are scouts overvaluing forwards from the WHL and Europe? [Edmonton Journal]
  • A look at who the Blackhawks may be taking 3rd overall, written by former Canes writer (and newly-names Hawks beat man) Ben Pope. [Chicago Sun-Times]
  • The Stanley Cup Final is serving as a reminder that the concussion risk is still a real threat. [Insurance Journal]
  • The Bruins are trying to remain level-headed despite the dominant Game 3 win. [NHL]
  • The Blues lack of discipline keeps coming back to haunt them when the Bruins power play takes the ice. [Sportsnet]