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Storm Advisory 4/29/20: NHL News, Links and Daily Roundup

NHL licensed face coverings are now for sell, Justin Williams chats with John Forslund, and a new trio of Hurricanes Check In with Tripp Tracy

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This Week’s News


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  • The Carolina Hurricanes Foundation has announced that they have donated $478,000 this year. [Hurricanes]
  • Haydn Fleury, Petr Mrazek, and Trevor van Riemsdyk joined Tripp Tracy for the latest Checking In With Tripp. [Hurricanes]
  • James Reimer joined TSN Radio to talks about his Manitoba beginnings. [TSN]
  • Justin Williams joined John Forslund this week to discuss a multitude of topics:
  • Evaluating the markets where the hockey season could resume including good information on each individual market. [The Athletic $]
  • The NHL is hinting at a December start for the 2020-2021 season. [The Athletic $]
  • NHL licensed cloth face coverings are now available for purchase. [NHL]
  • Joel Ward has announced his retirement from hockey via a personal letter. [Players Tribune]
  • Imaginary Olympic rosters for Team USA in 2022 including a very familiar name on defense. [The Hockey News]
  • Then there is the imaginary rosters for Team Canada which once again features a familiar face on the back end. [The Hockey News]
  • The NHL has extended its player development agreement for one more season:
  • Lastly, while not hockey or Hurricanes related directly, it is North Carolina sports related. NASCAR is set to return in late May and they will race without fans at Charlotte Motor Speedway. This is certainly a good sign for anyone hoping the NHL picks Raleigh to host games upon its return: