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Storm Advisory 1/22/21: NHL News, Daily Links and Roundup

The Hurricanes remain on pause, the Capitals get fined and the dysfunctional story of the Kansas City Scouts

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This Week’s News

Reading Assignments

  • In an unusual season, the Hurricanes are navigating through a temporary shutdown. [Hurricanes]
  • Mike and Michael provide some context on what is happening and what is next for the Hurricanes on this week’s Canes Cast. [Hurricanes]
  • Carolina Hurricanes GOOOOOAAAALS will be different this year. But it’s still the same Wade Minter. [Sports Channel 8]
  • A NC State hockey player pulled off The Svech in a recent game:
  • Let the trade talks fire up again in Columbus as Pierre-Luc Dubois was benched during their game last night following this play:
  • The Washington Capitals have been fined $100k due to multiple players, including Alex Ovechkin, breaking COVID protocols. [ESPN]
  • Ovechkin’s wife expressed her displeasure with the league’s decision by taking to social media. [USA Today]
  • Should the NHL keep the All-Canadian division after this season? [ESPN+ $]
  • Did you know the New Jersey Devils were once the Kansas City Scouts? Take a deep look in to the dysfunctional years that led to the team relocating. [The Athletic $]
  • Here’s why the NHL is going to Lake Tahoe in the middle of a global pandemic. [SFG]