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Daily Links for Tuesday, June 28

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Free agency nears closer every minute, and the speculation heats up as well.

Connolly, McCormick may factor in Sabres' plans - The Buffalo News
Tim Connolly and Cody McCormick are in a select club. Of the Buffalo Sabres' eight unrestricted free agents, it appears those are the only two the team could try to keep this week.

4 Sabres Eligible For Arbitration - WGR 550
Even with Drew Stafford signed, Darcy Regier says four others could elect salary arbitration. They are Nathan Gerbe, Andrej Sekera, Mike Weber and Marc Gragnani.

Robyn Regehr trade makes no sense for Calgary Flames - THN
Why did the Flames trade Regehr and also have to include a second round pick? What is GM Jay Feaster's plan?

Buffalo and Robyn Regehr: Hockey Players are People Too - Top Shelf
Thoughts on Robyn Regehr's no-movement clause fiasco.

We’re Still Talking About HIM? - Shutdown Pair
Tim Connolly. Say that name near Sabres fans, and you'll get a reaction. Largely, a negative one.

Player Profile: Derek Roy - Buffalo Wins
With all the talk about free agent centers, let's take a look at the only good one the Sabres currently have.

NHL teams focus on free agency, realignment after draft - SI.com
The flurry of trades and maneuvers done over the last 72 hours has, in many teams' cases, granted some flexibility for July 1.

Report: Bieksa agrees to new deal with Canucks - NHL.com
The Canucks and Kevin Bieksa have agreed to a new contract, according to a TSN report. The deal is said to be worth $23 million over five years.

My NHL Realignment - Well my version that makes sense to me - Secrets of a Computer Guy
One take on an NHL realignment.

Positive injury updates for Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin - ESPN
Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby is working out two times a day and progressing in his activity, coach Dan Bylsma said via the team's Twitter feed.

Puck Daddy’s Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2011 forecast - Puck Daddy
Will the Hall of Fame selection committee go solo again? Will it be two players, perhaps even three or four?