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Storm Advisory 7/6/23: NHL Daily News, Links and Roundup

New numbers for new Hurricanes, the weirdest free agency contracts so far, plus the latest on the Vladimir Tarasenko saga

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Storm Advisory

  • Michael Bunting is looking forward to continuing his momentum in Raleigh. [Hurricanes]
  • Dylan Coghlan is back in Carolina with a new one-year deal. [Hurricanes]
  • Griffin Mendel, who played last season with the Chicago Wolves, has signed an entry-level deal with the Canes. [Hurricanes]
  • Calvin de Haan shared a few words after departing Carolina in free agency:
  • Rumors have been running wild about where Vladimir Tarasenko will sign, but as of now he has no agreements in place and the process seems wide open with this news:
  • Tarasenko’s new agent is starting the process of free agency over and contacting every team to gauge their interest in his client. [The Athletic $]
  • NHL off-season early winners and losers: Hurricanes load up, Bruins lose big pieces. [Sportsnet]
  • Patric Hornqvist is hanging is skating off to retirement after 15 seasons. [Sportsnet]
  • Taking a look at the weirdest contracts handed out so far this off-season. [Yahoo]
  • 22 NHL players have elected to go to salary arbitration. [THN]
  • Things are getting heated in Anaheim as John Gibson has reportedly demanded a trade. [SI]
  • ‘I still feel like there’s more.’ Awaiting a trade, a healthy, eager Erik Karlsson just wants a chance. [Daily Faceoff]