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Storm Advisory 1/7/22: NHL News, Daily Links and Roundup

Jaccob Slavin makes an announcement about his future, The Athletic gets sold, and Eric Staal to the Olympics?

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  • The second C now stands for Daddy x2 for Jaccob Slavin:
  • Steven Lorentz joins Canes Cast to discuss the big victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets and turning the calendar to 2022. [Hurricanes]
  • Both Rod Brind’Amour and Sebastian Aho joined SXM NHL Radio. Hear their interviews here. [Sirius XM]
  • The Carolina Hurricanes top the power rankings this week as they continue to impress throughout adversity. [NHL]
  • Former Hurricanes captain Eric Staal has mutual interest with Team Canada about him going to the Olympics. [SN]
  • Citing losses of more than $1 billion, NHL sues insurers over rejected COVID-19 claims. [TSN]
  • Tuukka Rask has signed an AHL tryout with the Providence Bruins as he attempts to get back to the NHL with Boston this season. [ESPN]
  • In the world of sports journalism, The New York Times has purchased The Athletic for $550 million. [ESPN]