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Storm Advisory 3/5/21: NHL News, Daily Links and Roundup

The battle of the Svechnikov’s, Brett Pesce being naughty and when might we see the first NHL female ref?

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  • The Surge is back!
  • Congrats to Rod Brind’Amour on setting some amazing history last night:
  • Brett Pesce has been fined for a dangerous trip during last night’s game:
  • Speaking of fines, Alex Ovechkin was only fined $5k for this play further proving the NHL safety protocols need a major overhaul:
  • For one young budding hockey star, Rod Brind’ Amour isn’t just a mentor, he’s also dad. [N&O]
  • Before the Svechnikov showdown last night, both brothers talked to The Athletic to do a Q&A. [The Athletic $]
  • Where do things currently stand with Dougie Hamilton and the Carolina Hurricanes? [The Athletic $]
  • Should the Buffalo Sabres trade Jack Eichel? That’s up for debate. [USA Today]
  • Zach Parise was scratched for the first time in his nine year career for the Minnesota Wild and some disagree with the decision. [NHL] [Star Tribune]
  • The NHL has joined other major leagues in COVID-19 study. [NHL]
  • With other sports leagues leading the way, when will we see the first female NHL ref? [Record]
  • COVID protocols are helping NHL players appreciate hockey even more. [The Tribune]
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