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Tuesday Links

The links are better today.

Blues news

  • St. Louis Game Time gets official. Kinda. The paper product makes it on to the Wikipedia page of the Blues. Kinda cool. Thanks to PCS for the find. [Wikipedia]
  • The Blues made some depth moves for the Rivermen. [OurSports Central]
  • This is what it's come to for Blues news: the team redesigned it's Web site. It's purty. [Blues]
  • More from pro-camp: Paul Karpowich gets praise. [Chronicle Journal]

Hockey news

  • Puck Daddy looks at the print media and hockey. [Puck Daddy]
  • The future of Thrshers coverage. Pretty interesting stuff. [Bird Watchers Anonymous]
  • Evander Kane signs with the Thrashers. The headline made me think Atlanta got Pat. That would have been interesting. [ESPN]
  • Russian Prime Minister -- the position he created after his term limit ran out as President in a totally legit move -- wants the KHL to expand. [ESPN]
  • Curtis Sanford is on the move. He will be backing up Carey Price in Montreal. [ESPN]
  • Looks like the players are going to ignore the NHLPA's worries about insurance. [CTV Olympics]
  • Sergei Fedorov: done with the NHL. [From The Rink]
  • Thank god, Clarke MacArthur re-upped with Buffalo. [Die By The Blade]

Other links

  • I'm not sure how this works but ... Greg Wyshynski, the editor of the excellent Puck Daddy blog, is in danger of losing his Wiki page. Uhh help him out? [Wikipedia]
  • I was going to use this video for today ... but decided its too inappropriate. But you guys can still watch a "banned" ad that's really just viral marketing. [Warming Glow]
  • Monkeys stealing underwear. Literally. []
  • I don't want a do-it-yourself funeral. This seems super creepy to be buried in your own yard. []
  • Missing toddler found in bed. I think that's grounds that the parents are ... not good. []


This is for RFJCC. Nirvana meet Rick Astley. Holy shit is this weird.

That's it for me, but it's Tuesday so sit tight for "Tuesday's With Hildy." It's a good one.