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• NHL players and teams are trying to stay connected with fans during the coronavirus outbreak. (CTV)
• Delaware North places full-time staff at TD Garden in Boston on temporary leave. (Boston Herald)
• Dallas Stars general manager Jim Nill and CEO Jim Lites are taking paycuts to help help the organization during the stoppage. (Dallas Morning News)
• Tampa Bay Lightnings players pledge 500,000 meals to feed to help feed those in need in Tampa Bay. (Lightning)
• 10 AHL players expected to fight for NHL jobs next season. (The Hockey News)
• Forming New York Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro is savoring his newest hockey journey. (New England Hockey Journal)
• The four best hockey moments from The Office. (Sporting News)
• The time Dave “Killer” Carlson interviewed Dale Tallon. (Puck Junk)
• The Doc Emrick windshield wiper play by play:
The Doc Emrick windshield wiper play-by-play we didn’t know we needed!
AMAZING. 😂 pic.twitter.com/FRvuDwkliJ
— #HockeyWeekNBC (@NHLonNBCSports) March 23, 2020