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Storm Advisory 7/9/19: NHL News, Links, and Daily Roundup

The Canes make a depth signing, Scott Darling gets engaged, and San Jose locks up Kevin Labanc.

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  • CapFriendly reported this last week but the Canes made it official yesterday as they announced they had signed Finnish defenseman Alex Lintuniemi to a one-year, two-way deal. [Hurricanes]
  • The Canes continue to rule Twitter:
  • Interested in playing women's hockey for the Lady Hurricanes? Shoot them an email and get to playing!
  • After a tough start to 2019 for Scott Darling it looks like things are on the rise. Congrats Scott and best of luck on your future endeavors!
  • Jazmine Miley is making a name for herself as a coach by adding culture and diversity with the Junior Hurricanes. [NHL]
  • The growing number of high-end U.S. born draft picks in the NHL is no fluke. [Seattle Times]
  • The Golden Knights are still trying to decide what to do with Nikita Gusev. [The Athletic $]
  • Arizona is hoping Phil Kessel can fill the role as their much needed goal-scorer. [NHL]
  • Kevin Labanc re-signed with the Sharks yesterday on an extremely team friendly deal. [Sportsnet]
  • Ranking every team’s off-season so far. [NBC Sports]
  • From ref to chief of operations, how Bryan Hicks was chosen to lead the PWHL’s players association. [ESPN]