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Storm Advisory 7/12/23: NHL Daily News, Links and Roundup

Andrei Svechnikov prepares to return to the ice, the Erik Karlsson drama drags on, and Tim Tebow becomes an owner of a hockey team

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Storm Advisory

  • Rod Brind’Amour gives the prospects at development camp a pep talk they won’t soon forget:
  • Mike and Shane catch up on the moves the Hurricanes have made so far and what else to expect from them on this episode of Canes Cast. [Hurricanes]
  • Canes see ‘A model of consistency’ in Perets. [Hurricanes]
  • Gagliardi adding a fresh perspective at Prospects Development Camp. [Hurricanes]
  • Andrei Svechnikov has been cleared to return to skating and plans to hit the ice this week in Raleigh. [NHL]
  • The Penguins and the Hurricanes are likely the final two options for an Erik Karlsson trade, but which team blinks first to make the deal happen? [SJHN]
  • Former Hurricane Chris Terry will be part of the Chicago Wolves roster as the team looks to transition in to life without an NHL affiliate:
  • In other AHL roster news, Josiah Slavin has signed with the Marlies:
  • Tim Tebow has been approved as an owner for a new ECHL franchise. [ESPN]
  • Skyler Brind’Amour is getting his shot with the Florida Panthers organization. [SFSS]
  • The Detroit Red Wings have landed one of the biggest names available this summer after they traded for Alex DeBricant. [ESPN]
  • An NHL nutritionist’s 6 diet tips for how young players can eat like pro athletes. [The Athletic $]
  • An aging Pittsburgh Penguins team is going all-in for the playoffs this year after missing out last season. [THN]
  • K’Andre Miller has agreed to a two-year extension with the New York Rangers which leaves the team very little cap room left to sign their other big name RFA Alexis Lafreniere. [ESPN]