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Storm Advisory 9/6/23: NHL Daily News, Links and Roundup

Jordan Martinook hits the diamond, Martin Necas discusses Erik Haula’s bracelet choices, plus the NHL releases its national TV schedule

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Storm Advisory

  • The Durham Bulls held their annual Carolina Hurricanes theme night and while many members of the Canes were there, Jordan Martinook stole the show:
  • On the topic of Martinook, he is hosting a community engagement Marty Party this Saturday night (9/9/23) at Bowstring Pizza & brewing to promote his new beer. [Canes]
  • The Hurricanes have announced that they will continue their relationship with the Norfolk Admirals this season. [Canes]
  • Father Finn Antti Rannta answers all your questions on the latest edition of the Hurricanes Mailbag. [Canes]
  • If you’ve seen the preseason schedule then you know the Canes are playing two games at the exact same time on the same date. The why and the how are explained here. [Canes]
  • Mike and Shane are back with another episode of Canes Cast as they discuss the newcomers and why the team is built for 82 games and beyond. [Canes]
  • Daniel Bochner has been added to the Hurricanes staff as a development coach. [Canes]
  • Martin Necas talks about the Hurricanes’ chances at a Stanley Cup and the controversy with Erik Haula’s bracelet choices:
  • Bill Peters’ return to junior coaching is another sign of hockey’s racial blind spots. [The Athletic $]
  • Carl Hagelin has decided to hang up the skates citing concerns around his eye injured he suffered in 2022 with the Washington Capitals. [THN]
  • The NHL has released its national television schedule for the upcoming season. [NHL]
  • Early bulletin board material for the Hurricanes as this prediction has them not just losing their crown as division champs, but falling all the way to third in the Metro. [THN]
  • Phil Kessel has let teams know he is willing to let his iron-man streak end in order to join a team this season. [Yahoo]