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Storm Advisory 1/6/21: NHL News, Daily Links, and Roundup

Brett Pesce is happy to be back on the ice, a North Carolina hockey team opts out, adapting to the new NHL safety protocols and getting to know the new Central.

NHL: JAN 05 Hurricanes Training Camp Photo by Jaylynn Nash/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

This Week’s News

Reading Assignments

  • Each SB Nation site is running an article to allow fans a chance to get to know their new divisional opponents. You can read through a few of the Central Division foes’ here. [Predators] [Panthers] [Red Wings]
  • Marty’s got a message:
  • The Hurricanes, like everyone else, are facing new challenges on how to stay safe and adapt to the new NHL protocols. [Hurricanes]
  • Brett Pesce is healthy and happy to be back on the ice. [Hurricanes]
  • Speaking of Pesce, he makes an appearance on this week’s Canes Cast. [Hurricanes]
  • Hamilton’s Jamieson Rees takes the next step toward his always-difficult NHL dream. [The Spec]
  • Darkhorse players the Hurricanes need to produce for them during the upcoming season. [THW]
  • Game times have been announced for the Canes:
  • The former Hurricanes AHL affiliate will not be playing this season:
  • For Curtis McElhinney it was a long and hard road to finally winning a Stanley Cup. [Raw Charge]
  • In an effort to help generate revenue for the upcoming season, the NHL has sold off naming rights to each of their four divisions. [NHL]
  • Pierre-Luc Dubois wants out of Columbus and is in seek of a bigger stage to play on. [Ohio Battery]