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Dustin Byfuglien and Winnipeg split, Don Waddell provides meals, and Bill Peters officially has a new job

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This Week’s News


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  • Fox Sports Carolinas will be airing classic Canes games next week. [Hurricanes]
  • Don Waddell and his wife are serving the community by providing lunch for 500 sanitation workers. [N&O]
  • The Athletic has posted the responses to the Hurricanes fan survey that we previously linked. [The Athletic $]
  • Petr Mrazek has a message:
  • Justin Williams made the rounds joining both the Two-Man Advantage and The Rink podcasts this week, along with the Adam Gold show. [Two-Man - The Athletic $] [The Rink - NHL] [Adam Gold Show]
  • During his interview on the Two-Man Advantage, Mr. Game 7 hinted at retirement regardless of the results of the current season. [TSN]
  • On the Adam Gold show, however, he backed that up a bit, and said it’s possible the current circumstances could change his plans. [WRAL]
  • The Hurricanes held a European edition of catching up with Tripp Tracy featuring Sebastian Aho, Teuvo Teravianen and Nino Niederreiter
  • Bill Peters officially signed a two-year contract to coach Avtomobilist of the KHL. [NBC Sports]
  • There are a few familiar names on that Avtomobilist team:
  • Naturally there was some follow-up to the announcement that Peters had found a new job:
  • The St. Louis Blues have signed Marco Scandella to a four-year extension. [ESPN]
  • Data, not dates, will decide when sports leagues can return to action. [The Athletic $]
  • Andrei Markov, who recently retired, has a legacy tied to helping teammates cash in. [Sportsnet]
  • What are NHL coaches doing during quarantine? Coaching other coaches. [ESPN]
  • The Winnipeg Jets and Dustin Byfuglien have finally agreed to part ways: