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Storm Advisory 4/22/20: NHL News, Links and Daily Roundup

The Hurricanes revisit the past, what birthday would produce the best starting NHL lineup, and a showdown between The Great One and The Great Eight

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This Week’s News

Reading Assignments

  • As a reminder, Fox Sports Carolinas is airing all four Stanley Cup Finals victories this week. Two games are in the books, but you can still catch the final two wins tonight and tomorrow night. [Hurricanes]
  • The Canes’ Twitter account is enjoying reliving the 2006 team:
  • It’s time for the Hurricanes season awards in typical Sara Civian fashion. [The Athletic $]
  • Elliotte Friedman discusses the possibility of keeping the NHL Draft in June, a new idea for neutral-site games, and regular season games. [Sportsnet]
  • T.J. Oshie has a story about getting drafted in 2005, and it’s a beauty. [The Hockey News]
  • The Columbus Blue Jackets attempted to sign Mikhail Grigorenko this week but the NHL voided the deal, here’s why. [ESPN]
  • If Dustin Byfuglien decides to play again, here are three potential destinations. [Sportsnet]
  • Which birthday would produce the best starting six in NHL history? [The Athletic $]
  • Greg Wyshynski provides detailed updates on where everything in the NHL stands at this point. [ESPN]
  • For anyone interested in watching The Great One battle The Great Eight, you can watch their NHL 20 match tonight: