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The Tim Kennedy earthquake is still sending out small aftershocks. Also, after the break, you must check out Calgary's awful Heritage Classic unis, Chris Pronger has surgery, and a nine-year old writes an article about Wojtek Wolski and Pokemon.

Part Two - The Goose's Roost
Ryan tries to reconcile the Tim Kennedy storm from both the business side and the fan side.

Its not fun being the poor kid - Getting Caught From Behind
Yesterday wasn't a great PR day for the Sabres, they bought out a local kid and told everyone we won't spend to the cap. Of course people are breaking it down to $200k. But that is not it. Its making a roster for a certain dollar amount.

Tim Kennedy: WAIT I GOT IT - Shutdown Pair
Shutdown Pair has a theory on Tim Kennedy - it's like TK and the Sabres are dating in high school. Read on to find out the rest.

Heritage Classic returns to Canada - NHL.com
A press conference in Calgary on Wednesday heralds the return of the Heritage Classic which next season will pit the Flames against the Canadiens. Also, check out the Ronald McDonald Calgary uniforms.

Pronger Has Surgery; Expected to be Ready for Camp - CSN
Chris Pronger underwent knee surgery last week, CSNPhilly.com has learned. However, he is expected to recover in time for camp.

Senators blog roundtable: Dog days of summer - Silver Seven
The Ottawa Senators blogging roundtable takes a look at the Sergei Gonchar signing, the Jason Spezza debacle, goaltending in the system, and what other activity Sens fans might see this off-season.

The chance of a lifetime - Mile High Hockey
A nine-year old named Billy writes a 350-word essay to win a a contest to work out with Wojtek Wolski, and wonders if the Avalanche could beat a legendary Pokemon.

A professional athlete's guide to Twitter - Down Goes Brown
Twitter is all the rage in the online world, and these days more and more professional athletes are joining the craze. DGB shares some simple guidelines for athletes to ensure that their time on the site is beneficial for both them and the fans.