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Slowly but surely news is beginning to trickle out about what the NHL has in store for the 2020-21 season coming up.

Hub cities, teams playing in their own arenas and limited fans or no fans all seem to be on the table. Thursday is the NHL’s virtual meeting of the Board of Governors. Let’s take a look at some of the stories you’ll want to read heading into Thursday, November 12:

In all likelihood the NHL will conduct a shortened season, writes Larry Brooks. The number would range between 50 and 70 games to avoid playing into the summer. (NY Post)

Also on the table for the NHL’s plans for next season are hub cities and division realignment. (ESPN)

How confident are hockey fans in their team? Specifically, how confident are Islanders fans in the direction of the organization? (The Athletic)

A prediction of what the Islanders lines could look like for next season, whenever that may start. (The Athletic)

Where did the Islanders logo(s) end up ranking on The Score’s top 50 NHL logos list? (The Score)

St. Louis Blues GM Doug Armstrong explained on Wednesday how Torey Krug ended up a member of the Blues. (Boston Hockey Now)

An update from Sharks Country on what’s going on with San Jose during free agency. Spoiler alert the Sharks have talked with Erik Haula. (San Jose Hockey Now)

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