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"Being competitive right now is the most important thing to me," general manager Tom Fitzgerald said. "Putting a competitive team on the ice that can grow together. We can utilize Binghamton (of the American Hockey League) for some of our young players, and when they're sniffing, we bring them up and give them a taste of the NHL."[url=https://www.nhlfacecoverings.com/nashville-predators/]Nashville Predators Team NHL Face Coverings[/url]

Hurricanes model trio of cloth face masks for annual team photo

"We know we have to do this to give us a chance," Hurricanes coach Rod Brind'Amour said. "No one knows what's going on with this (virus), but we're being told if you wear this, it gives you a better chance to not get it or give it to other people. That's the message, plain and simple."

The players and staff were wearing three different types of masks. One had a large Hurricanes logo across the front on a split red and black background. Another had many small team logos on a black background and the third just read "CANES" with the storm flag inside the "C" in all capital letters across the front.

"I think guys are having fun with it," Hurricanes goalie James Reimer said. "Obviously you're trying to do your part. You had the Canes logos on there, and it is different. I think everyone is looking forward to a time when wearing masks won't be necessary, so you're just kind of grinding it out now and trying to make the best of it."

North Carolina governor and longtime Hurricanes fan Ray Cooper tweeted his approval of the picture and emphasized the importance of wearing a mask during the pandemic.[url=https://www.nhlfacecoverings.com]NHL Face Coverings[/url]

Blackwood, who turns 24 on Dec. 9, emerged after Cory Schneider struggled at the start of last season (0-6-1, 4.65 GAA, .852 save percentage in nine games) and was assigned to Binghamton of the American Hockey League on two occasions. Schneider is an unrestricted free agent.[url=https://www.nhlfacecoverings.com/seattle-kraken/]Seattle Kraken Team NHL Face Coverings[/url]

Ruff, who was hired July 9, has coached 19 seasons in the NHL. He is sixth all-time in wins (736) and seventh in games coached (1,493). He'll try to turn around a team that has made the Stanley Cup Playoffs once in the past eight seasons.

Johnsson, who has three seasons remaining on a four-year contract he signed with Toronto on June 28, 2019, could fit on a line with either Hischier or Hughes. 
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