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Storm Advisory 2/17/20: NHL News, Links and Daily Roundup

The Hurricanes players are pumped for an outdoor game, Rod Brind’Amour’s long term plans, and an anniversary to never forget.

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Yesterday’s News Today

Watch Party Reminder

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Reading Assignments

  • Hurricanes players are ‘Pumped’ for Raleigh to host an outdoor game. [Hurricanes]
  • Rod Brind’Amour doesn’t want a career in coaching whenever his time is up in Raleigh. [The Athletic $]
  • Governor Roy Cooper expressed his excitement for the Stadium Series game:
  • Has it really been a year? Surely Tom Dundon sent some flowers to Don Cherry for their anniversary:
  • Tampa Bay has acquired Blake Coleman from New Jersey. [Lightning]
  • After massive traffic issues, the Stadium Series game at Falcon Stadium is being considered a failure by some. [Denver Post]
  • Playoff expansion and the Olympics could define the next CBA for the NHL. [NY Post]
  • What’s next for Bruce Boudreau? Five potential landing spots for the veteran coach. [The Hockey News]
  • An all-female crew will broadcast and produce an NHL game on National Women’s Day. [Deadline]
  • The St. Louis Blues have announced make up plans for the game that was suspended due to Jay Bouwmeester’s cardiac event: