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Storm Advisory 9/27/19: NHL News, Links and Daily Roundup

Rod Brind’Amour sets bold expectations, and former Cane Eddie Lack finds his perfect match in the desert.

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Jamie Kellner

Yesterday’s News Today

  • As expected, the Canes made a large round of cuts on Thursday that dropped the camp roster to 29. [Canes Country]
  • Justin Lape took a deeper look at the potential Wingers for the Canes roster, which continues to be a growing source of depth within the Canes organization. [Canes Country]
  • A big piece of the Justin Faulk trade, who is Dominik Bokk, and what could the former first rounder provide? [Canes Country]

Reading and Listening Assignments

  • Head Coach Rod Brind’Amour was the first guest for this season’s Canes Corner at Backyard Bistro with Mike Maniscalco. It will come as no surprise that he’s not satisfied with the goal of just making the playoffs. [WRAL Sports]
  • A few bold (and not so bold) predictions about the upcoming Canes season. [The Athletic $]
  • In case you missed it earlier in the week, there’s a new episode of CanesCast for your listening pleasure. Don Waddell offers his insight on the big trade, Erik Haula introduces himself, and get ready for another installment of the “Marty Minute.” []
  • Former Hurricane Eddie Lack is still rehabbing in hopes of an NHL return, but in the meantime he is taking a unique opening with the growing Arizona State hockey program. [The Athletic $]
  • ESPN took a look at teams and ranked them based solely on their depth and quality at forward. [ESPN]
  • We’ll have all the details for tonight’s home preseason game against the Predators later today. In the meantime, the Canes are already planning for the regular season away games, announcing their first Watch Party will be Oct. 5th at the Carolina Ale House in Downtown Raleigh.