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Storm Advisory 5/27/22: NHL Daily News, Links and Roundup

Joe Thornton remains on the fence about retirement, Mike Smith polarizes, and NHL logos turned in to Pokemon

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  • Carolina Hurricanes Assistant General Manager Darren Yorke joined the guys on Tracking The Storm this week and it’s worth a listen. [TTS]
  • For local broadcasters, missing out on the playoffs is agony. For national broadcasters who also do local work such as John Forslund, it’s an incredibly fine line to balance. [The Athletic $]
  • Joe Thornton remains undecided about continuing his NHL career after 24 seasons. [NHL]
  • As Buffalo prepares to host the NHL Draft combine, go behind-the-scenes with some of the biggest secrets. [THN]
  • Why Edmonton Oilers goalie Mike Smith is the most fascinating player in the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs. [ESPN+ $]
  • Where does Nathan MacKinnon’s wonder-goal rank in NHL playoff history? [Yahoo]
  • John Tortorella has interviewed to be the next head coach of the Philadelphia Flyers. [NHL]
  • Lastly, enjoy this one as a fan has turned every NHL logo in to a Pokemon. [Game Rant]