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Storm Advisory 12/17/23: NHL Daily News, Links and Roundup

A few health updates for the Hurricanes, drama in St. Louis, and a distributing report about the hospital care of a Coyotes player who took a puck to the face

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Storm Advisory

  • Some updates on Andrei Svechnikov and Frederik Andersen per head coach Rod Brind’Amour:
  • The St. Louis Blues made a change behind the bench as Craig Berube was let go this week. [NHL]
  • Blues fans took out their frustrations of Berube’s firing on star player Jordan Kyrou as they booed the player even after the team won. There is believed to have been tension between Berube and Kyrou behind the scenes. [ESPN]
  • Four goalies who could be potential upgrades in net for contenders. [THN]
  • The Jonas Brothers will hold a pregame concert at the 2024 Stadium Series Devils vs Flyers match up. The Jo-Bros are known to be Devils fans and meanwhile Carolina Hurricanes fans are still wondering how they ended up with someone who had no ties to North Carolina (Jake Owen) last year. [NHL]
  • Who is the most underrated NHL player of all-time? [Daily Faceoff]
  • NHL Shootouts Already Making the Difference in Tight Standings Battles. [THN]
  • Should hockey defensemen use longer sticks, a la lacrosse? What NHLers say. [The Athletic $]
  • Tomas Tatar has been traded to the Seattle Kraken. [NHL]
  • The NHL is investigating after Coyotes’ Jusso Valimaki left a Dallas hospital ‘unable to function’ after taking a puck to face on Nov. 14. [Daily Faceoff]