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Thursday links: Time to stop playing 'too safe' edition

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Cats are fighting outside my apartment. They need to shut the hell up so I can watch T.V. Reason No. 1452345 why I love dogs more.

Blues news

  • Blues vs. Coyotes tonight at the Scottrade Center. Here's a preview. [Blues]
  • Good news Blues fans, now you can text the DrinkScotch personnel to complain about the escalators not working. [Blues]
  • Patrik Berglund is playing "too safe." Huh, I thought he was playing "too shitty." [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
  • Bruins fans take a look at the Brad Boyes/Dennis Wideman deal and pose the question: Would the teams do the trade today? [Stanley Cup of Chowder]
  • Silent Jay McClement is the designated party starter. [STLtoday.com]
  • David Backes and Paul Kariya are struggling to score/be useful. [Belleville News-Democrat]
  • Jeremy Rutherford will be chatting today at 1 p.m. It's like Ask Coach Osh, but without Bermuda Cup jokes. [STLtoday.com]
  • Windsor Spitfires defenceman Mark Cundari, one of the Blues prospects, is playing well as a shutdown d-man. [Windsor Star]

Hockey news

  • Last night's results can be found here. [Yahoo! Sports]
  • Game-splosion tonight. [Yahoo! Sports]
  • ESPN hands out some award-winners at the quarter mark. [ESPN]
  • Sidney Crosby carried the Olympci torch yesterday. [CTV Olympics]
  • Ryan Smyth will miss up to a month with an injury to his lower body. [TSN]
  • As posted on here, Fragile Jay McKee is hurt. [TSN]
  • The Blackhawks are still trying to sign Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane and Duncan Keith. [ESPN]
  • It's safe to say Alex Ovechkin doesn't like being hurt. [Japers' Rink]

Other links

Video

Remember that 80s dating video PCS linked to a few weeks back? (And then I did a day later because I'm a moron.) Well, there is a part two. Enjoy.

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