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Storm Advisory 12/18/20: NHL News, Daily Links, and Roundup

A change in the Hurricanes coaching staff, a legendary goalie will be out this year, and could all seven Canadian teams be playing in the US this year?

Carolina Hurricanes v New York Rangers Photo by Mark Blinch/NHLI via Getty Images

This Week’s News

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  • It appears the Carolina Hurricanes might have a new goalie coach:
  • The NHL is preparing to move all seven Canadian teams to the United States if the Canadian government will not allow the teams to play in Canada. [Sportsnet]
  • Anthony Duclair has agreed to a one-year deal with the Florida Panthers. [ESPN]
  • St. Louis Blues forward Alex Steen is calling it a career due to a back injury. [TSN]
  • In similar news out of Washington, Henrik Lundqvist has announced that he will not play for the Capitals this season due to a heart condition. [Yahoo Sports]
  • Lundqvist shared the following message on social media regarding his decision:
  • James Reimer superseded all expectations for him this past season to say the least, so let’s relive his top ten saves of the year: