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Storm Advisory 1/11/21: NHL News, Daily Links, and Roundup

The Hurricanes announce their jersey schedule, Florida claims a defenseman from Carolina and trouble in Dallas as COVID strikes the Stars

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This Week’s News

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  • Our SB Nation friends continue their divisional previews. [Blackhawks] [Blue Jackets] [Lightning] [Stars]
  • Want to know when the Hurricanes are going to be rocking out in black or their Retro Whalers jersey? Check out the full schedule below:
  • The Hurricanes have lost another prominent staff member as Pace Sagester is departing for a new position at UNC. We at Canes Country thank Pace for his efforts in aiding our coverage of the team over the years and wish him the best in his new endeavor.
  • And we’re excited to keep working with Michael Brown following his well-earned promotion, along with David Piper and Mike Sundheim:
  • In what has become a norm in sports today, the Hurricanes are the latest organization to offer you a chance to have your picture on a cardboard cutout in the stands. [Hurricanes]
  • The Hurricanes are continuing to hone in their skills and are preparing for a scrimmage today. [Hurricanes]
  • Milestones to watch for this season by Hurricanes players. [Hurricanes]
  • Jack LaFontaine has quickly rose up the depth chart of goalie prospects for the Canes and Sara Civian caught for with him for a quick Q&A. [The Athletic $]
  • From neuroscience to hockey, get the back story on Carolina Hurricanes data scientist Margaret Cunniff. [SI]
  • Corey Crawford has announced his retirement from the NHL:
  • Former Hurricane Scott Darling has been cut by the Panthers:
  • Bruce Boudreau wants to return to the NHL, but for now he will settle for owning and operating multiple minor league hockey teams. [The Athletic $]
  • The Dallas Stars will have to wait a few extra days to begin their season as multiple players and staff members have tested positive for COVID-19. [DMN]
  • The WHL has announced plans for a 24 game season with more information such as a start date to be determined. [WHL]
  • As the new season gets ready to start, take a look back at all the big rule changes the NHL has made for this year. [ESPN]