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Storm Advisory 6/6/20: NHL News, Daily Links and Roundup

A piece of Hurricanes history is going up for auction, details emerge about the playoff format and the NHL’s Phase 2, and Jaccob Slavin shares a unique perspective

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This Week’s News

Reading Assignments

  • Some housekeeping in regards to the Hurricanes roster:
  • Tom Dundon joined the Cam and Strick Podcast this week:
  • Jaccob Slavin offers a unique perspective on racism. [The Score]
  • Key statistics for the Rangers vs Hurricanes qualifying round. [NHL]
  • The NHL has announced more details regarding the playoff format once the season resumes. [NBC Sports]
  • The NHL also announced that the league will enter Phase 2 in just a few days. [NHL]
  • What to expect from each of the 24-teams as they enter Phase 2. Lebrun mentions in the article that there are seven Hurricanes players in Raleigh currently and therefore the team will not open its facilities right away. We are awaiting a response from the Hurricanes on the full list, but we do know that Justin Williams, Jaccob Slavin, Dougie Hamilton, Vincent Trochek and Andrei Svechnikov have all recently been seen or posted online about being in the Raleigh area. [The Athletic $]
  • Key steps lie ahead for the NHL in the fight against racism. [NHL]
  • Debating the top hub cities and where the NHL should play when it returns. [NBC Sports]
  • Lastly, an update from the Penguins: