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Friday Links: Thankful for Vladimir

Linesman related injuries, lots of thanks, fuck cracked, autocorrect and more...

I am thankful that "turkey" in the image search actually rendered a usable result.
I am thankful that "turkey" in the image search actually rendered a usable result.
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Blues News:

  • Hildy says what she is thankful for. It might include a young Russian name Vladimir. [STLGT]
  • Another Blues fan has his thankful list. It might include a young Russian name Vladimir. [Bleedin' Blue]
  • Lou Korac's take on the last 10 games. [In the slot]

Hockey News:

  • No games yesterday,  Feel free to share your personal Thanksgiving highlights. Just no pictures of food; we all ate the same shit.
  • Hockey is back in earnest tonight with 12 games. You're cheering for the Ducks, Canucks and Flyers. [NHL.com]
  • Nail Yakupov is out 2-4 weeks.  Don't fuck with the linesmen. [Puck Daddy]
  • Carey Price is out at least another week after re-injuring his glass groin or paper hamstring or whatever 'lower body injury' means these days. [Puck Daddy
  • The folks at Puck Daddy give us their list of things they are thankful for.  It doesn't include a young Russian named Vladimir, but it does feature a slice of #roarbacon. [Puck Daddy]
  • Your NHL grab bag with some laughs and some tears. [ESPN]

Other Stuff(ing):

  • Cracked hates hockey and especially hates the Winter Classic.  Fuck you, cracked. [Cracked]
  • Got leftovers?  We got creative ways to use them (that you will totally never spend the time to do before you have a week's worth of cold turkey sandwiches for lunch). [Distractify]
  • Laughing at autocorrect fails never gets old. [Buzzfeed]
  • Did you travel for the holiday? Did you see any crazy shit?  Shit like this? [College Humor]
  • I'm thankful for Milk Stout Nitro, the absolute best smooth stout I have ever had, It is your beer of the day.  POUR HARD! [Untappd]

Video of the Day:

If you've never seen these videos, they are sidesplitting.  There are 4 of them.  This is number 1.