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Storm Advisory 3/24/20: NHL News, Links and Daily Roundup

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How’s everyone doing?

Jamie Kellner

Hello Friends

Brian here. We’re going to try to get into a little bit of a regular schedule now that we’re all cooped up inside our houses for the most part until some indeterminate time in the future. We’ll be doing Storm Advisories a couple of times per week, with some other stuff scheduled as well. But we are very open to ideas, so if there’s something you’d like to see from us, leave it in the comments and we’ll see what we can do. Stay safe and healthy, and we’ll get through this...eventually.

Reading Assignments

  • A few days ago the Hurricanes made a large contribution to the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle:
  • The Canes are also hosting a blood drive this week:
  • Andrei Svechnikov has a challenge for you:
  • Vincent Trocheck took the time to answer your questions on Instagram. [Hurricanes]
  • John Forslund remains symptom-free, and was eager to end his quarantine. [N&O]
  • Which finally ended at 8:00 last night:
  • The 2020 IIHF Tournament has officially been canceled. [IIHF]
  • Likely the biggest sports story-line of the month came this past week as Tom Brady left the New England Patriots to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Take a look at some of hockey’s biggest stars who ended their career somewhere other than where they became famous. [Yahoo Sports]
  • 15 NHL players who may have played their final game. [The Athletic $]
  • Half of the NBA and NHL coronavirus cases are linked to the Staples Center. [LA Times]
  • Is Tuukka Rask is considering retirement once his contract runs out? [Yahoo Sports]
  • NHL Seattle is considering unveiling its nickname and ticket plans amid the coronavirus outbreak. [ESPN]
  • Lastly, Vox Media, the parent company to SB Nation, put out a good read on how to help people who have lost their jobs or are in need of aid during this difficult time. [Vox]

Tuesday Morning Update

  • On Monday afternoon Gov. Roy Cooper and the NC Department of Health and Human Services issued a new executive order further limiting gatherings, implementing new provisions for non-essential businesses, and extending the K-12 school shutdown through May 15. In response to this order and with regard to other actions already underway, the Hurricanes announced they have temporarily closed the PNC Arena offices. The blood drive is still on for Thursday and additional measures will be implemented to limit exposure and maintain social distancing. [Canes PR]
  • Not surprising, the IOC announced the 2020 Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo will be postponed, most likely into 2021. [Vox Media]
  • The NHL updated their Q&A yesterday regarding pause in 2019-20 season. [NHL PR]
  • Meanwhile, the Canes get kudos for their focus on kindness in their social media interactions. [Front Office Sports]
  • If the NHL does return to play in the summer, it could wreak havoc on the ice makers. [TSN]
  • Canes Cast is back with a new episode. Jordan Martinook calls in from Canada, and head strength & conditioning coach Bill Burniston talks about the individual workout programs he’s developed for the players while they’re off the ice. [Canes]
  • Meanwhile, Canes goaltending legend David Ayres shows how he stays sharp during the layoff. [NHL]
  • Thanks, Marty Man!