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A Case of the Mondays, Tuesday Edition



Due to some technical glitches I was unable to compose and publish the weekly link feature that I like to imagine everyone has grown fond of, but we all know that Tuesdays are practically just as bad as Mondays anyways, right? It's not quite the middle of the week and there's still three more days till the weekend–in fact, Tuesday is probably the single most meaningless day of the week. Hopefully these links will provide you with some direction. 

In some semi Flames-related news, Dion Phaneuf was (officially) named the captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs yesterday. This has proved to be somewhat of a divisive issue amongst fans of the NHL’s 29 other non-Toronto-based franchises, and was even the cause of some verbal sparring in this very space. Here’s Hit The Post‘s take.

Arik profiles a few available free agents and potential Flames targets [The 4th Line Blog]

At Flames Nation, Kent takes an in-depth look at, well, depth 

Former Lightning GM Jay Feaster provides some insight (however limited) into the salary arbitration process [The Hockey News]

The Hershey Bears are the 2010 Calder Cup Champions, taking home the hardware for the second consecutive year [The Puck Stops Here

Ten things that sucked about the 2010 post-season [Puck Daddy]

Former Heat assistant coach Jared Bednar has been named the head coach of the St. Louis Blue's AHL affiliate in Peoria [St. Louis Blues

The Oilers continue to clean house, as former assistant coach and head coach of their ECHL affiliate Rob Daum gets the axe [Oilers Nation]

The NHL's two-week buyout period begins today [Pro Hockey Talk], and several Canadian teams could already be considering that option [TSN]

The Sharks are supposedly close to re-signing goaltender Evgeni Nabokov, but would Ilya Kovalchuk be a good fit in San Jose? [Fear the Fin]

The Flyers and Blackhawks are in a cap crunch, and the rest of the league is eager to find out how they can help [Lighthouse Hockey]

Changing the format of the World Cup of Hockey [Puck Worlds]

38-year-old captain Doug Weight will be returning to the Islanders next season, as he signed a one-year deal with the club today [Isles Files] There’s hope for Craig Conroy yet…

The Oilers are no stranger to the 1st overall pick…in the WHA…in 1976 [The Copper & Blue

HOF Class of '10: Who ya got? [Puck Daddy

A hockey fan's guide to the World Cup [Down Goes Brown

Happy Tuesday everyone. 

by Hayley Mutch