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Storm Advisory 10/18/23: NHL Daily News, Links and Roundup

Happy belated birthday to a Canes reporter, prospect updates, and a very blunt message from the NHL to its coaches

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Storm Advisory

  • If you want a Canes yard sign, they are available at PNC Arena:
  • If you weren’t able to stay up late and watch the game against San Jose, Sebastian Aho was held out of the lineup due to an injury and Frederik Andersen left the game after this play where a puck struck him in the mask:
  • Happy Belated 30th birthday to Hanna “Yahtzee” Yates!
  • Both Noel Gunler and Anttoni Honka have chosen to not report to the ECHL and instead have returned overseas to play this season:
  • To follow up on that report, the Carolina Hurricanes are working hard to make sure they do not go without an AHL affiliate in 2024 and have told members of the AHL they are willing to pay up to ensure that. [Daily Faceoff]
  • ‘Where angels fear to tread’: Hurricanes forward Seth Jarvis adds muscle, honors legacy. [N&O $]
  • Can Brent Burns own an NHL record once thought to be unbreakable? [Mercury News]
  • Tickets to the Queen City Outdoor Classic at Truist Field in Charlotte are now on sale. [Checkers]
  • The NHL has a message to its 32 head coaches: Shut the (bleep) up! [The Athletic $]
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins and Vancouver Canucks have conducted an early season four-player trade. [ESPN]
  • An early goal-of-the-year candidate from non other than Connor McDavid. [NHL]
  • Expect the Sabres, Rangers, and Red Wings to be the leading candidates to sign Patrick Kane when he is ready to return. [Daily Faceoff]