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Storm Advisory 4/19/23: NHL Daily News, Links and Roundup

Changes in Calgary and Washington, an update to the potential return of the NHL to Atlanta, plus outdoor hockey in NC in 2024?

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Storm Advisory

  • Take a look back at the sights and sounds from game one of the Hurricanes vs Islanders series:
  • Andrei Svechnikov may not have been on the ice for game one but he was was certainly one of the stars of the day:
  • Outdoor hockey is coming back to North Carolina in 2024:
  • Speaking of the Checkers, Skyler Brind’Amour has joined the team on a PTO for their playoff run. [Checkers]
  • In the wake of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, renovations are drawing near for PNC Arena. [CBS 17]
  • After parting ways with Peter Laviolette, the Washington Capitals have now released both of their assistant coaches as well. [RMNB]
  • Out west in Calgary, the Flames have parted ways with their General Manager Brad Treliving but say Head Coach Darryl Sutter will remain for now. [ESPN]
  • We have some more information on where a potential new NHL team in Atlanta might play and it’s actually a good ways from Atlanta. [Urbanize]
  • The NHL’s viewership dropped about two percent this season across ABC and ESPN, while slightly rising on TNT. [SP]
  • Should the Boston Bruins make a goalie change ahead of game two despite behind up in the series? [The Athletic $]
  • Welcome to the most wonderful time of the year NHL fans. [THN]