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Tuesday Links: Just like riding a bike edition

This individual seems relevant. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
This individual seems relevant. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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I'm back.

In the midst of my infiltration of the city of Chicago, I found some time to dig up some links for you folks.

So go ahead and enjoy these...two or so links on top of whatever else I can cobble together.

Of course, today marks the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attack. Between that and the recent anniversary of the Lokomotiv tragedy, it'd be a damn good idea to consider all you've got going for you and give a minute of remembrance to those lost and affected by any or all of it.

And now, without further delay, I submit to you my take on shitty offseason links with hardly anything to report on.

Blues News:

Hockey News:

  • We're all aware that Charlie Kelly can "Go America All Over Everybody's Ass." In this article, witness Bob McKenzie as he "Goes Respected Hockey Journalist All Over Everybody's Ass." [TSN]
  • It's made its rounds on the web, but it hasn't made it here: The Canadiens could have a way to at least block themselves (read: not the rest of the league) from being locked out. [Montreal Gazette]

Other Stuff:

  • We've got a number of WWE fans here, past and present. If you missed RAW last night, Jerry Lawler had to be hospitalized after suffering what appears to be either a heart attack or a stroke during last night's show. [LA Times]
  • Now's as good a time as any to start putting together that Christmas list. [Brobible]


It's been a long ass time since I've done links. May as well trot out one of my favorites for the video.

Well, I suppose Bettman and the owners did get that whole TV deal thing worked out. So they've got that goin' for them.

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