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Storm Advisory 4/25/20: NHL News, Links and Daily Roundup

The Canes win it all, Columbus pays up for goaltending, and more info on if Raleigh could serve as a host site should the NHL resume play

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Edmonton Oilers v Carolina Hurricanes: Game 7 Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

UPDATE: Hurricanes center Vincent Trocheck will host an “Ask Me Anything” segment on Reddit Monday.

This Week’s News

Reading Assignments

  • The Canes wrapped up revisiting the 2006 Finals this week. Here is some of the best content from their social media team:
  • There also appears to much more on the way in terms of these classic games:
  • Everyone remembers April 24th, 2019 when it comes to Canes history. But did you know something else very memorable happened for the Hurricanes on April 24, 1999? [Hurricanes]
  • The Athletic interviewed a few former Hurricanes for an in-depth look at the 2006 run. [The Athletic $]
  • Former Hurricane Nic Roy has signed a new contract with Vegas:
  • Speaking of new deals, Columbus locked up two goaltenders this week including a hefty raise for one of them:
  • Las Vegas could be a fit for the NHL if it resumes this summer. [LV Review-Journal]
  • The best ‘new’ lines in the NHL this season. [Yahoo Sports]
  • NHL players from each team will be competing in the Gaming Challenge Presented by Honda. [Esports Observer]
  • You may not know NHL Seattle’s Alexandra Mandrycky, but those who know hockey do. [The Athletic $]
  • Pierre Lebrun takes us inside the NHL’s centralized sites process and the latest on a June draft. He also mentions that Raleigh may not be a candidate to be a host site due to the lack of a quality practice facility. [The Athletic $]
  • Lastly, a very interesting quote from Bill Daly regarding the NHL’s return to play: