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Storm Advisory 3/1/20: NHL News, Links and Daily Roundup

Brady Skjei talks about his new home, the Islanders have a new [old] home, and fire up ALL the emojis for a new addition to the Checkers roster.

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Carolina Hurricanes v Montreal Canadiens Photo by Francois Lacasse/NHLI via Getty Images

Happy March, y’all. It did not come in like a lion. In yesterday’s news today, the Hurricanes overcame a three-goal deficit but lost in overtime to the Canadiens [sad trombone]. On the positive side, they managed not to lose ground in their quest of the second wild card spot. Though in the midst of a six-game road swing, they don’t play another game until Thursday so they returned home last night and have a day off from practice before hosting a sold-out Canes Bash tonight benefitting the Hurricanes Foundation. Back on the ice tomorrow. In the meantime, here are today’s reading assignments.

  • Being traded isn’t all that easy, Brady Skjei talks about the adjustment moving from New York to Raleigh. [N&O]
  • Assessing the Canes newcomers, the goalie situation, defensive pairings, jersey rankings and more in the latest edition of Bag of Jerks. [The Athletic $]
  • Inevitable:
  • Also inevitable, you know someone was going to test how hard it would be for the average Joe to become a goalie. Might as well be Steve Hartman. [CBS News]
  • Fire up ALL the emojis: the Canadiens have assigned goaltender Keith Kinkaid to the Charlotte Checkers. [Checkers]
  • Good news for the New York Islanders who are actually returning to the island in a new old home. New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Saturday the Islanders will return to Nassau Coliseum for the entirety of the 2020-21 season. [] [NHL]
  • Awful news for the Tampa Bay Lightning, who will lose captain Steven Stamkos for an estimated six to eight weeks due to surgery to repair a core muscle injury. [Lightning]
  • “Somebody’s going to be a hero tonight” - Ten years after Team USA and Canada met for Olympic gold in Vancouver, the players from that game share their story. [Players’ Tribune]
  • It’s coming y’all... Switzerland’s national hockey leagues are playing in empty rinks this weekend due to the coronavirus outbreak. [ESPN]
  • Finally, wow, check out this kid’s moves. #bloodlines