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Sunday Links: Where's the bacon?

No bacon, no discipline, weird porn and Fuck ISIS.

Tim Peel, a Saint Louis native, celebrated his millionth game as referee.  (Source needed)
Tim Peel, a Saint Louis native, celebrated his millionth game as referee. (Source needed)
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Blues News:

  • The Blues let a decent overall effort go down the drain with a few untimely breakdowns. Hull and Oats serves up the bacon-less dish. [STLGT]
  • A cheerier view of last night's game from behind enemy lines. [SCH]
  • Jake had a beauty of a save.  Looked like it might have gone over the line but the war room in Toronto said 'no goal.'  He is racking up save-of-the-year candidates. [STLGT]
  • Several plays from last night apparently got second looks from the NHLDPS, but no supplemental discipline is planned. [STL Post]
  • I've started reading this guy's recaps just because he will forgive any loss and is endlessly confident in the Blues.  Whatever this guy is eating/drinking/smoking, I'll have a double. [Fansided]
  • Captain Battle round 2 as Toews and Backes (almost, sort of) fight again. [CBS Sports]
  • And...yet ANOTHER write up on Colton Parayko.  I hope this kid's mom is building him a scrapbook. [Puck Daddy]

Hockey News:

  • 12 other games last night.  The Habs got stomped by Colorado, the Jets got crushed by Nashville and the Coyotes got their lunch eaten by Columbus. []
  • A paltry lineup tonight of only 2 games. Let's go Flames.  [
  • Puck Daddy's 3 stars from last night.  Tarasenko gets a mention. [Puck Daddy]
  • Trouble in Penguin-land.  Who would have thought a team featuring Malkin, Crosby and Kessel would be struggling so much? [Puck Daddy]
  • Ryan Miller vents about disallowed goals. [thescore]

Other Crap:

  • The Canadiens had a touching tribute for victims of the Paris terrorist attacks. Fuck ISIS. [Puck Daddy]
  • On an entirely different note, porn just isn't the same as it used to be. Here are 5 creepy trends that are giving someone, somewhere, wood. [Cracked]
  • The beer of the day is La Fin Du Monde, a French-Canadian rendition of a Belgian Tripel. It has a complex fruity start, a slightly bitter finish and warm hints of alcohol. Translated it means "the end of the world," so try to ignore that part. [Untappd]


Brits in Trafalgar Square sing the French National Anthem in solidarity with France in response to the worst terrorist attack in France's history. It will move you.