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Storm Advisory 5/31/20: NHL News, Links and Daily Roundup

Rod Brind’ Amour shares his thoughts on the return-to-play plan, a new member joins the AHL scene, and one fantasy that sees the return of Jeff Skinner to Raleigh

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This Week’s News

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  • The shirts were a hit, and now you can get a face mask to match:
  • Tweetmail returns to discuss hub cities, playoffs, and more. [Hurricanes]
  • Dougie Hamilton is ready to play whenever the NHL returns. [NHL]
  • Rod Brind’ Amour joined Adam Gold to discuss the 24 team format. [99.9 The Fan]
  • #17 also spoke to ESPN about the format, empty arenas, and his training camp plans. [ESPN]
  • Due to his history versus the Hurricanes, Henrik Lundqvist will get a shot at being the starting goalie once play returns. [NHL]
  • More interesting info and things to keep and eye on in regards to the Rangers:
  • Introducing the newest member to the AHL:
  • What if the 24 playoff teams could each draft a player from the 7 eliminated teams? A return to Raleigh for a former beloved forward? [The Athletic $]
  • Taking a look at an all-time team of Hurricanes/Whalers draft picks [The Hockey News]
  • Scouting Nightmares: inside the scariest road trips, craziest prospect interviews and more. [The Hockey News]
  • Bill Daly talks about the next steps for the NHL’s return-to-play plan. [NBC Sports]
  • With the regular season officially over, the NHL has recognized some of the award winners. [Yahoo Sports]
  • We’ll leave you with this Tweet from Alex Killorn: