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Tuesday links: Happy Schedule Day edition

Blues news

  • Even with Jaroslav Halak in net, the Blues still expect big things out of Ben Bishop and Jake Allen. [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
  • In case you've been living in a barren wasteland, like Detroit, you might not have known that the Blues are fond of young d-men. [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
  • The Jaro Halak deal stole headlines, but Norm Sanders covers the under-the-radar moves the Blues made last week. [Belleville News-Democrat]
  • There isn't much news in this article about the Blues, but I really enjoy reading about the Blues young highly-touted defenseman Alex Johnson. [Montreal Gazette]
  • The good Drfrankentweed passes along this article about Brad Boyes. Apparently, the soon-to-be-married Blues forward thought he might have been going to Montreal for Halak. [CBC]

Hockey news

  • Mike Modano may not retire after all. This is not making some Stars fans happy. [Defending Big D]
  • Vice President Joe Biden says he's a Flyers fan because his wife, Dr. Jill Biden is a Flyers fan and he doesn't want to sleep alone.[Broad Street Hockey]
  • Dominik takes a look at the NHL draft and talks about something the no one knows about — not fans, not GMs and not scouts. [Lighthouse Hockey]
  • The Penguins may trade Sergei Gonchar's negotiating rights. [TSN]
  • Taylor Pyatt is staying in the desert. [TSN]
  • The Hockey Hall of Fame is announcing the new class today. [TSN]
  • Jason Spezza is not like Dany Heatley in that he's not demanding a trade out of Ottawa. However, he is like Heatley in that he wants the heck out of town. [TSN]
  • Last year it was Patrick Kane on the cover, this season it's going to be Jonathan Toews. Looks like i'm going to keep playing NHL 09. Hey EA, there are 30 teams in the league. [ESPN]

Other links

  • A website devoted to counting the dead bodies in movies. Very thorough. [Body Counters]
  • Once you see these things — like robot Bull logo — you can't unseen them. [Cannot Unseen]
  • Imagining what today's technology — like cell phones and iPods — what would like had it been invented in 1977. [Behance]


I can, and will, watch this all day.

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