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The Daily Links for Tuesday July 13, 2010

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Andy picked the perfect time to go on vacation. There is absolutely nothing going on with the Buffalo Sabres right now. I am working on a Buffalo Sabres related post right now, and at this pace, I should have it ready by the first pre-season game. While you wait for my post, I will share a couple of hockey links with you.

 

Could Marc Savard get the Dan Boyle treatment in Boston? - Puck Daddy - NHL  - Yahoo! Sports
An interesting post on Marc Savard and his relationship with the Boston Bruins. I still don't want him in Buffalo.

 

Players hoping Fehr takes leadership position with union - The Globe and Mail
At the very least, NHLPA hoping former baseball union chief can get involved in the next round of collective bargaining. This could be bad news for hockey fans. The players eem ready to play hard ball in the next negotiations.

U.S. to open WJC title defense vs. Finland - 2011 World Junior Championship

Are you looking for something to do the day after Christmas. The HSBC Arena will be the place to be when the U.S. will open WJC title defense vs. Finland.

 

Chicago Blackhawks match Niklas Hjalmarsson offer sheet, so now what? - ESPN
What is wrong with Alexander Frolov? He could help some team in the NHL, I don't understand why he isn't signed.

 

Gary Bettman makes $7.2 million more than you think he should - Puck Daddy - NHL  - Yahoo! Sports
Good Lord that's a lot of money!

 

Blackhawks to match Hjalmarsson offer sheet - NHL Free Agency 2010
Chicago General Manager Stan Bowman wasted little time in matching the San Jose Sharks' offer to restricted free agent defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson. The Hawks realized they had a very good player in Hjalmarsson and now San Jose is still in need of a blue-liner. This also means the Hawks could need to unload another very good player, a possible trade partner for Darcy, or will Patrick Sharp be the next Hawk playing in Atlanta next season?