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Tuesday Links: Here Comes The Pain Edition

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Blues News

  • The Cock has some work to do. All of the praise he has received this season will mean nothing if the Blues don't turn it around before the post-season. [P-D]
  • One way to help that situation is to work your team extra hard, whipping previously injured players into fighting shape. [Sporting News]
  • The Blues' extra-long practice focused on the team's 5-on-5 play, an area that they have excelled at all season until recently. [P-D]
  • The New York Times give The Cock a good rub. [NYT]
  • Doug Armstrong has made good draft choices and allowed him to make key trades in order to hopefully get the Blues to a Red Wings-like consistency every year. [National Post]

NHL/Hockey News

  • Scores from last night. [Washington Post]
  • We've hit the playoff homestretch! [The Star]
  • Should the NHL change their seeding format with the 3 seeds in both conferences performing poorly? [TSN]
  • This author believes that Mike Milbury should be fired for his comments on "Little Goody Two Shoes" Crosby. Fire all of the analysts. They're all terrible if their name is not Barry Melrose. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]
  • The Rangers need the top seed in the Atlantic division to avoid a 4 vs. 5 matchup with either Pittsburgh or Philadelphia. Let those two teams beat the fuck out of each other. [Blueshirt Banter]
  • Speaking of those two teams fighting, Sunday's brawl has resulted in fines. [Pittsburgh Live]
  • Are the Canucks better or worse than last season? [Vancouver Observer]
  • The Panthers are closing in on an end to their 12-year playoff drought. [Washington Post]
  • Anaheim played its final home game of the season, cheering on Teemu Selanne for what could be the last time. [NHL]

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