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Daily Links for Saturday May 22nd

I couldn't find anything Sabres related I liked so enjoy this picture of the Chicago Blackhawks. They are the Sabres west right?
I couldn't find anything Sabres related I liked so enjoy this picture of the Chicago Blackhawks. They are the Sabres west right?

The Sharks may have found themselves in their own whirlpool with their 3-2 overtime loss to the Chicago Blackhawks in Game Three. They find themselves on the brink of elimination Sunday afternoon in Chicago. That and much more in this abbreviated episode of the Daily Links. 

Making the Most of the Offseason (2) - Die By The Blade

Another great piece out of TEMSON, check it out if you have a few minutes.

Miracle at Mannheim

Philip Gogulla does it again at the World Championships, this time scoring the game winning goal to get the Germans to advance to the semi-finals of the World Championships. 

Likely Divorce Between Florida Panthers and Rochester Americans - Litter Box Cats

Animosity aimed at parent club's "lack of support" fueling possible split. Before anyone goes and says this opens the door for the Sabres again, they signed a two year extension with Portland in March.

Winner’s Circle | The Goose's Roost

Ryan from the Roost examines the relationship between the NHL and international hockey and what it might mean for the future.

On the Edge of Death - Fear The Fin

Our San Jose Sharks site, Fear The Fin, examines what went wrong in Game Three and what the rest of the series looks like for the Sharks.

Rowdy fans not used to live hockey games - Puck Daddy - NHL  - Yahoo! Sports

Steven Ovadia takes a look at the recent behavior of fans in the NHL and wonders who really is to blame for their behavior.

Brain Contusion? It's The Playoffs: Laperriere Could Return For Game 4 - SB Nation

Flyers forward Ian Laperriere could return for Game Four for the Flyers. 

Leonsis: Lack of 'stupid pills' puts NHL over NBA - NBA - Yahoo! Sports

The NHL is in better financial shape than the NBA because of a salary cap "that protects owners from taking stupid pills." Obviously Ted is seeing things through the red colored glasses.

 

What in the H-E-Broken Hockey Sticks is Going On Here?
EA Sports put up the first screenshot of NHL 11 on the game's official Facebook page, intending to drop hints about what it'll deliver. From the details of the frame, it looks like a new physics engine and broken sticks.