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Daily Links for Monday, June 28

The organization forgot to inform the public, but this weekend was national Bash Darcy Regier weekend. We've got reports from three different blogs proclaiming that the GM needs to do something, darn it! Since the window to offer qualifying offers for our RFA's is closing quickly, that might be a nice place to start. (Update: I'm an idiot and that's already happened. So, good work, Darcy?)

Great worries about the "new" Regier - NickMendola.com
Sabres general manager Darcy Regier met with the media after his team’s disappointing exit from the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs and vowed to do things he hadn’t in a long time, if ever. Not to jump the gun with several days left before the start of free agency, but a couple things have come out of Regier’s mouth that have intimated "same old, same old."

Bills quarterback depth chart...Sabres draft...Darcy Regier is insane - Joe From NYC
Joe gives us his thoughts on the draft but also on Darcy - scroll down past the initial Bills info to check it out.

Let’s Send Him A Nice Gift Basket - The Goose's Roost
Reports are out that Marc Savard is willing to waive his no trade clause to go to a division rival. The problem? He wants to be a Maple Leaf or Senator. Do something, Darcy! You can check the Roost's draft thoughts here, as well.

2010 NHL draft: As draft wraps up, free agency talks heat up - ESPN
Pierre LeBrun gives us some info on free agents, and the article ends with a nice little quote from Darcy about Tallinder and Lydman.

Flyers Reportedly Get Evgeni Nabokov From Sharks - The Sporting News
NHL sources tell CSNPhilly.com's Tim Panacchio a deal is in place to send Evgeni Nabokov to the Flyers for a seventh-round pick in the 2011 draft.But while the deal has been in the work for days, neither team would confirm the swap

Blackhawks make qualifying offer to LW Ladd - TSN
With Monday's deadline approaching for NHL teams to extend qualifying offers to restricted free agents, the Chicago Blackhawks extended a $1.65 million qualifying offer to winger Andrew Ladd.

NHL teams draft record 22 high school players - NHL.com
If you think NHL scouts aren't paying attention to prospects within the high school ranks throughout the United States, better think again.

The 10 most awkward NHL Draft rookie glamour shots - Puck Daddy
This is great - like all those awkward family photos you have, but of NHL draftees!