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Storm Advisory 2/5/21: NHL News, Daily Links and Roundup

Tom Dundon talks business, the relationship between the Hurricanes and Quiznos expands and is the city of Raleigh preparing for a new downtown arena?

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Reading Assignments

  • If you haven’t been keeping up with the latest Hurricanes Twitter news, they’ve got a little thing going with Quiznos (thanks to a little help from the Pittsburgh Penguins):
  • If you still need more context, here’s the original Tweet from the Penguins:
  • Majority owner Tom Dundon joined The Athletic’s Craig Custance on his podcast to talk about everything from contract extensions, business vs feelings, and the culture change in Raleigh. [The Athletic $]
  • If you are looking for a written summary of the podcast, Sara Civian provides you with one here. [The Athletic $]
  • Could the Hurricanes leave PNC Arena for a downtown arena? The Raleigh City Council is starting to explore the idea. [N&O]
  • The NHL has announced a few changes to their in-arena COVID protocols. [Sportsnet]
  • On the heels of the announcement of new policies, the league has walked back some after many players objected to some of the new policies. [ESPN]