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Ryan Miller does The Splits.
Ryan Miller does The Splits.

Not as much for ya today, folks, as very few people write commentary columns on Sunday. But we still have plenty for you here to check out.

Sabres' Vanek ready to bounce back next season - The National Post
Thomas Vanek is looking forward to putting the 2009-10 season behind him.

2009-2010 Goaltender Review - Sabre Noise
Grades for the three goaltenders this year. Ryan Miller is an honors student.

Trying to cement trade value isn’t easy, but I’ll try - Nickmendola.com
Nick tries to figure out what the trade market is for guys like Connolly, Roy, and Stafford.

East:

Halak responds with 38 saves as Habs even series - NHL.com
Mike Cammalleri scored twice and Jaroslav Halak made 38 saves to lead the Montreal Canadiens to a 3-1 victory over the Penguins Sunday in Pittsburgh. The seven-game series is now tied at one.

Habs' Subban has big skates to fill - The Globe and Mail
20-year-old defenceman will be called on to step it up again with the loss of Andrei Markov

 

West:

Thornton, Pavelski power Sharks to 2-0 series lead - NHL.com
Joe Thornton picked a heck of a time to score his first goal of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Jamie McGinn relishing first taste of Stanley Cup Playoffs - NHL.com
Jamie McGinn watched the Stanley Cup Playoffs last year as a healthy scratch, but he is getting his chance to contribute this time around.

Jamie McGinn relishing first taste of Stanley Cup Playoffs - NHL.com
Jamie McGinn watched the Stanley Cup Playoffs last year as a healthy scratch, but he is getting his chance to contribute this time around.

Sizing up Blackhawks, Canucks - The Globe and Mail
‘Playing hard, but playing smart’ key to Western Conference series

 

Around the NHL:

NHL goalie era officially gone - Star Telegram
The best teams are built around scoring, scoring and more scoring.