Your Friendly Wednesday Links Roundup: The Sweep? Edition

Time to get out the brooms, folks.

  • Adam French from Hockeybuzz thinks that the Ducks will draft Trouba (in his mock draft, Dumba has already been taken at #5). [Hockeybuzz]
  • If the Kings sweep the Devils today, it will be the first time the Cup has been won on home ice since we did it in 2007. [ESPN]
  • A review of the Ducks' first-round picks. [OC Register]
  • According to NHL.com, Nashville Predators GM David Poile wants to trade winger Alexander Radulov's rights to another NHL team, or allow him to return to the KHL. [NHL.com]
  • On The Duck Pond's Karen Francis analyzes the Kings' success. But the most important takeaway from her article is its closing statement: "Just remember, Ducks did it before you!" [On The Duck Pond]
  • Could Lubomir Visnovsky be a short-term defensive solution for the Flyers? [CSN Philly]
  • A day with Emerson Etem. [Anaheim Ducks]
  • So, that Anze Kopitar is a pretty good hockey player, eh? [Backhand Shelf]
  • A statistical breakdown of Game 3. [Jewels From The Crown]
  • Your Obsessive Compulsive Mini Justin Schultz Links Roundup: Is he an option for Dallas? (Several of the commenters on this article suggest that Schultz's character might be a concern, which is interesting). [Defending Big D] No, wait - Detroit is intrigued! [Detroit Free Press]
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