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Daily Links for Monday June 13th

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Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals happens at the TD Garden tonight as the Canucks will have their chance to win their first Stanley Cup in the team's history. Links about the series and other random things for a Monday morning. 

Should the Toronto Maple Leafs Consider Signing Tim Connolly? | The Hockey Writers
Just as Pierre LeBrun of ESPN said earlier this week, there aren't many people who believe Tim Connolly will be playing for the Buffalo Sabres next season. Could he end up wearing blue and white?

Report: Winnipeg will interview head coaches candidates … including Craig Ramsay? | ProHockeyTalk
The new Winnipeg team plans on interviewing new head coaching candidates, but strangely enough, they'll give lame duck coach Craig Ramsay an interview too.

The war of words gets overheated - Bucky Gleason - The Buffalo News

The war of words between the Canucks and Bruins has just gotten out of hand at this point in the series.

Report: NHL shoots down Vancouver selling broadcast rights to potential Stanley Cup parade | ProHockeyTalk

Planning the parade is a bit of a "no-no" if you haven't won yet so we're thinking selling the rights to broadcast the parade is an effective way to step up the karmic retribution.

Bruins tickets will cost fans top dollar - The Boston Globe

From balcony seats at TD Garden, even 6-foot-9-inch Bruins captain Zdeno Chara appears miniaturized. The Jumbotron offers the best views, sometimes the only hope for tracking the puck way, way below. These are the cheap seats for a reason. At least they were until the Stanley Cup Final came to town and sent ticket prices soaring. 

Rome sorry Horton got hurt, but wouldn't change the way he plays
Aaron Rome has said that he is sorry for the hit on Nathan Horton, but would not change the way he plays.