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Your Friendly Tuesday Links Roundup: The All Quiet on the Western Front Edition

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Finn for the win! (And Rod Pelly too.)
Finn for the win! (And Rod Pelly too.)


It's Tuesday night, and George Parros isn't a Vancouver Canuck. Inhale. Exhale. There you go.

  • But could Bobby Ryan be a Toronto Maple Leaf soon? Flyers beat writer Anthony SanFilippo seems to think so. [SNYRangersBlog]
  • The Leafs may also be interested in Ryan Getzlaf, but he will likely be impossible to land. Instead, they may be aiming to acquire Tampa Bay Lightning winger Ryan Malone. [Toronto Star]
  • Previewing tomorrow's Ducks-Coyotes tilt. [CBSSports]
  • Despite our struggles this season, he Silver Line (Nicklas Hagman-Saku Koivu-Teemu Selanne) has become one of the top 25 scoring lines in the NHL. [Puck Daddy]
  • Speaking of Teemu: He was sharply criticized for declining an invitation to the upcoming All-Star Game. Fair or unfair? [Puck Daddy]
  • Jonas Hiller's hot streak (he's stopped 72 of the last 75 shots that he's faced) has caused his fantasy stock to rise. [ESPN]
  • Nick Bonino seems to have found his place in the NHL, Francois Beauchemin is playing big minutes, and Devante Smith-Pelly is recovering from injury. All is well in Anaheim. [CBSSports]
  • Bruce Boudreau and East Coast Bias. [OC Register]
  • Photos from the Ducks' recent father-son trip. [OC Register]
  • Ducks notes, courtesy of the official website. [Anaheim Ducks]
  • Regarding our recent success: "You can feel something changed." [Anaheim Ducks]
  • Are Vancouver Canucks coach Alain Vigneault and star forward Ryan Kesler at each others' throats? [Nucks Misconduct]
  • Colorado Avalanche goalie Semyon Varlamov chose to ignore a reporter's question. And controversy ensued! [Mile High Hockey]
  • Did Nick Foligno deserve a clipping penalty? See for yourself. [Backhand Shelf]