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

Seth Jarvis makes his debut, Frederik Andersen’s hot start continues and taking a look back at the fastest skaters in NHL history

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Reading Assignments

  • Take a look back at Seth Jarvis’ first-ever game in the National Hockey League:
  • A pretty insane stat from yesterday in the North Carolina world of sports:
  • Frederik Andersen’s early bounce back makes Hurricanes scary team. [NBC Sports]
  • For the Carolina Hurricanes, Sebastian Aho & Andrei Svechnikov are emerging as an elite duo. [THW]
  • Gary Bettman recently held a private meeting with Kyle Beach who was identified as John Doe in the Chicago Blackhawks sexual assault investigation. [ESPN]
  • How The NFL, NHL and three teams responded to their latest crisis situations. [Forbes]
  • What’s the deal with oddities of NHL goaltending right now? [SI]
  • The IIHF is considering removing Chinese men’s hockey team from 2022 Beijing Olympics per a report. [CBS]
  • Some players like Martin Necas, Connor McDavid, and Mathew Barzal all have incredible speed, but have you ever wondered who the fastest skaters of all time were? NBC takes a look bad to discover just that. [NBC Sports]
  • NHL style rankings headed in to Halloween. [The Athletic $]