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Storm Advisory 7/14/21: NHL News, Daily Links, and Roundup

The Hurricanes are searching for a new assistant coach, Chicago clears salary and the Wild make a shocking move

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  • Carolina Hurricanes assistant coach Dean Chynoweth has departed to join the staff of the Toronto Maple Leafs and there seems to be an obvious candidate to replace him. [N&O]
  • With both ESPN and Turner Sports moving forward with new broadcast teams, the man between the glass Pierre McGuire is joining the Ottawa Senators front office. [Ottawa Sun]
  • The Edmonton Oilers and Chicago Blackhawks pulled off a trade involving defenseman Duncan Keith. [ESPN]
  • With Caleb Jones now in Chicago, could the Hawks be gearing up for a run at his brother Seth Jones? [1st Ohio]
  • Social media for the Canes continues to be awesome:
  • Pekka Rinne pinned a heartfelt letter to Predators fans announcing his retirement from the NHL. [Players’ Tribune]
  • The Minnesota Wild shocked the league yesterday when they announced they were buying out the contracts of both Zach Parise and Ryan Suter. [Wild]
  • The bold move by the Wild could create major salary cap problems for the team in just a few years. [The Athletic $]
  • Gary Bettman has officially informed NHL General Managers of the league’s intent to return to a 82-game season with the old divisional formats for the upcoming season. [NHL]