Andrei Svechnikov is lending a helping hand to local organizations, and the Hurricanes stand in solidarity with the black community.
This Week’s News
- Hurricanes release statement on protests, call for racial justice
- Moments that made us cry: “YES! WE’RE IN!”
- NHL 20 Simulation Recap: Hurricanes Drop First Two Games of ECF to Lightning
- Carolina Hurricanes 2020 Draft Scenarios
- Svechnikov donates masks, sanitizer to Boys & Girls Clubs
- Hurricanes players/prospects Jaccob Slavin, Vincent Trocheck, Brady Skjei, Martin Necas, Andrei Svechnikov, Joel Edmundson, Ryan Suzuki and Roland McKeown, broadcaster Tripp Tracy, Public Relations Director Mike Sundheim and the Canes’ official account all took part in the #BlackOutTuesday social media movement to stand in solidarity with the black community in its fight for racial justice and support the Black Lives Matter movement (some posts were via Instagram Story, and McKeown’s account is private).
— Carolina Hurricanes (@Canes) June 2, 2020
— Mike Sundheim (@MikeSundheim) June 2, 2020
- Debating the Hurricanes vs. Rangers qualifying round [NHL]
- A familiar face jumps into the top 10 of this 2002 NHL redraft [NHL]
- NHL.com has a roundup of NHL players’ calls for racial justice [NHL]
- Sara Civian answers Hurricanes’ fans questions [The Athletic $]
- Evander Kane offers his thoughts on white NHL players speaking out against racism [The Athletic $]