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Your Friendly Weekly Links Roundup: The Cam Fowler's Disturbing CORSI Rating Edition

Wahhh! I have a bad CORSI Rating! I don't even know what that means!! WAAHHH!
Wahhh! I have a bad CORSI Rating! I don't even know what that means!! WAAHHH!


Ducks-related news has just been falling into my lap. Weird, huh? You already know that Jonas Hiller is getting better (and Kyle Palmieri is hungry for NHL action). Here's the stuff you may have missed:

  • According to KuklasKorner, Cam Fowler had the worst team and zone adjusted CORSI rating in the league. What does it all mean?! [KuklasKorner]
  • Is Trent Hunter on the Ducks' radar? Google seems to think he is. [OC Register]
  • The Hockey News provides Teemu Selanne scenarios. [The Hockey News]
  • If you didn't get enough last week, here's more Devante Smith-Pelly love. [Ducks Daily Blog]
  • Brandon McMillan is interviewed in the OC Register's 'Duck Takes' series. [OC Register]
  • broadcast Game 6 of the 2011 WCQF last Saturday. (Aren't you glad you didn't see this? That OT was brutal). []
  • The NHL Network showed our 2003 SCF Game 7 loss to the Devils yesterday (You should be really glad that you didn't see this). On a more positive note, the NHL Network will show us winning the Cup on Thursday! (Editrix Note: Re-watched the '03 Final. Surprise, surprise, J.S. Giguere caused my apartment to get a little dusty again - JN) []
  • The Anaheim Ducks Towel invades Bard on the Beach. Apparently, it's the 'largest professional Shakespeare festival in Western Canada.' [Anaheim Ducks Towel Invasions]
  • An adult hockey skills camp will be held at Westminster Ice from August 29-31 (from 7:10 to 9:10 pm each day). [Anaheim Ducks]

Around the NHL

  • Daniel Alfredsson skated for the first time today since his back surgery in June. Congrats, but will we ever forgive him for what he did to Scotty? []
  • Nikolai Khabibulin has been released from an Arizona jail. [CBC]
  • Ray Shero argues that Sidney Crosby has not 'shut down' offseason training. [TSN]

RIP Rick Rypien.