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The Hurricanes start the year off right, Cam Ward shares a life update, plus ESPN and TNT make their debuts in the hockey world

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  • Quite a few organizations sent good words to the Carolina Hurricanes before their season kicked off last night:
  • Last night started the season off with a bang, check out a couple key moments:
  • It’s been a while since we heard much from #30, so here’s a brief life update on Cam Ward:
  • Former Charlotte Checkers (and occasional Carolina Hurricanes) play-by-play broadcaster Jason Shaya has come out as gay. [TSN]
  • Both ESPN and TNT brought hockey to millions of homes this week. For ESPN, it’s a sign of potential. [AA]
  • On the other spectrum, TNT broke out the Charles Barkley vs Wayne Gretzky segment we had all hoped for and it was golden. [Yahoo]
  • The American Hockey League will feature a record-breaking 10 female officials this season. [ESPN]
  • Sportico has named the Toronto Maple Leafs as the most valuable franchise in the NHL. [ESPN]