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Storm Advisory 11/18/22: NHL Daily News, Links and Roundup

The death of the slap shot, NHL GM’s discuss potential changes, and what it would take to actually trade Erik Karlsson

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In Case You Missed It

Storm Advisory

  • The Staal Family Foundation weighs in on Hockey Fights Cancer and how they are helping the cause:
  • Episode 232 of Canes Cast dropped on Wednesday. This week, Mike and Shane discuss Jordan & Jordan plus Andrei & Pyotr. [Hurricanes]
  • New England Whalers founder recounts memories of WHA, NHL on the Slim and None podcast. [NHL]
  • NHL general managers discuss potential rule changes in ‘evolving’ game. [NHL]
  • Check out this new jacket that the Vegas Golden Knights recently gifted ironman Phil Kessel:
  • Which current NHL players will make the Hockey Hall of Fame? [ESPN+ $]
  • How difficult would it be for the San Jose Sharks to actually trade Erik Karlsson? [THN]
  • What Daniel Carcillo hopes to accomplish in his lawsuit against CHL. [Yahoo]
  • The death of NHL slap shots: Why players are abandoning hockey’s signature offensive weapon. [The Athletic $]