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Storm Advisory 9/15/21: NHL News, Daily Links, and Roundup

Sebastian Aho gets some well-earned respect, a hockey game ends because of too much violence and Tripp Tracy provides the content you need

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  • The Hurricanes are fully vaccinated
  • Sebastian Aho has finally gotten some well-deserved respect by being named one of the Top 25 players in the NHL. [NHL]
  • Montreal Canadiens star Nick Suzuki shares his thoughts on the team losing Jesperi Kotkaniemi to the Hurricanes. [Sportsnet]
  • You may be hearing a familiar name calling games this year as a former Hurricanes prospect has turned in to a NHL referee:
  • The top 10 UFA’s that could be good candidates for tryout contracts as camps get set to open. [SI]
  • After requesting a trade it appears Vladimir Tarasenko will start the season with the St. Louis Blues. [NHL]
  • Turner media announces its NHL team, led by Wayne Gretzky and Eddie Olczyk. [The Athletic $]
  • Here’s one you (surprisingly) don’t see that often. A European hockey game was called off because of too much violence. [Yahoo]
  • Lastly, the tales of Tripp Tracy never cease to disappoint: