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Storm Advisory 5/9/20: NHL News, Links and Daily Roundup

The Hurricanes honor true heroes, Michael Jordan as an NHL owner, and where in the world is John Muse?

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This Week’s News

Reading Assignments

  • Need a last minute Mother’s Day Gift? Stormy’s got you covered:
  • The Hurricanes are treating the season pause with an offseason mindset. [Hurricanes]
  • Remember former Hurricane and Charlotte Checkers goalie John Muse? Here’s a crazy story about how he’s been stuck in Bali for nine weeks. [Inside AHL]
  • The Athletic does it’s own version of checking in with Tripp Tracy. [The Athletic $]
  • The Hurricanes honored the true heroes fighting the COVID-19 battle this week:
  • Remember when Michael Jordan was an NHL owner? [ESPN]
  • The best lines of the past 30 years for every team in the NHL. [ESPN]
  • A 24-team playoff system appears to be gaining traction for the NHL if it resumes its season this summer. [NBC Sports]
  • Some NHL players are raising concerns over NHL ‘hub cities.’ [Sporting News]
  • The Washington Capitals have placed Brendan Leipsic on unconditional waivers for the purpose of terminating his contract following misogynistic leaked messages sent by him. [CBS Sports]
  • We’ll end with a good one today: