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Storm Advisory 2/23/22: NHL News, Daily Links and Roundup

Jesperi Kotkaniemi hits his stride, Ryan Dzingel gets moved twice, and what is next for hockey in China?

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  • Catching up on the news from the weekend, congrats to Daytona 500 winner Austin Cindric who was at PNC Arena last month for NASCAR Day:
  • Here’s a good article from that day where Cindric and Ryan Blaney talk about how much fun they had visiting PNC Arena. [Hurricanes]
  • Jesperi Kotkaniemi is hitting his stride as the Hurricanes head in to the second half of their season. [Hurricanes]
  • Loose pucks: Overanalyzing everything the Hurricanes do, SAT line supremacy, Pyotr Kochetkov gets feisty and more. [The Athletic $]
  • Ryan Dzingel is on the move for the second time in a matter of days as the San Jose Sharks picked him up off waivers after he was recently traded from Arizona to Toronto. [SJN]
  • Color of Hockey: Montgomery matriarch of inner-city game in Twin Cities. [NHL]
  • NHL trade deadline 2022: Tiers of forwards, defensemen, goalies available. [ESPN+ $]
  • The NHL has chosen not to punish Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon after he slashed a linesman showing once again the league will do anything to avoid negative publicity towards its stars. [CHN]
  • What’s next for hockey in China now that the Olympics are over? [THN]