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Storm Advisory 4/30/21: NHL News, Daily Links and Roundup

Rod Brind’ Amour joins Canes Cast, Jordan Staal gets disrespected and Ryan Miller calls it a career

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Yesterday’s News

Reading Assignments

  • Head Coach Rod Brind’ Amour joins Mike and Michael on Canes Cast this week to discuss resiliency, success, and his first 200 games as a coach. [Hurricanes]
  • The American Hockey League has announced there will be no Calder Cup playoff this year due to COVID-19 travel restrictions. [AHL]
  • Bulletin board material for Jordan Staal in regards to what it takes to win the Selke trophy and not a single mention of the Hurricanes’ captain. [The Athletic $]
  • Anaheim Ducks goaltender Ryan Miller has announced that he will be hanging up the skates after this season:
  • Ever wondered what NHL coaches are looking at on their iPads behind the bench? Thanks to a new upgrade they have immediate access to tons of information and data. [NHL]
  • The Seattle Kraken are expected to make their final expansion payment to the NHL today which will officially pave the way for them to be the 32nd National Hockey League franchise. [Seattle Times]
  • The NHL’s top 10 rising prospects including a name many Canes fans may have heard of. [SI]
  • Are the NHL’s new TV deals with ESPN and Turner Sports good for the league? Executives around the hockey world weigh in. [The Athletic $]