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Your Friendly Thursday Links Roundup: The Make Whole Edition

Is the 'make whole' provision of the CBA the biggest obstacle to ending the lockout?

What up, brah?
What up, brah?
Jeff Gross

DUCKS NEWS

  • A sample of a game-worn Ryan Getzlaf sweater from our Stanley Cup season. (This blogger has a whole section of his blog devoted to Getzlaf memorabilia). [Plaschke Thy Sweater Is Argyle]
  • Episode 2 of the Ducks' web series "Bruce Boudreau Uncensored...Kind Of." [Anaheim Ducks]
  • More than 80 people participated in the Try Hockey For Free Day on Saturday, November 3rd at Yorba Linda Ice. [Anaheim Ducks]
  • More than 800 people competed on 92 teams in the 6th annual Give Blood Play Hockey tournament, which was held from November 2-4 at Irvine Inline. [Anaheim Ducks]
  • Doc Emrick will fulfill a childhood dream Friday night when he calls a game with his mentor and hero, Fort Wayne Komets play-by-play man Bob Chase. [NHL.com]
  • The Bridgeport-Norfolk game, recapped by Eric Stephens. [OC Register]
  • Rickard Rakell's Plymouth Whalers beat the Saginaw Spirit on Election Day. [Detroit Free Press]
  • The AHL profiles the Norfolk Admirals. [AHL]
  • Finnish boxer Robert Helenius (aka Nordic Nightmare) idolizes former Duck Jari Kurri and current Duck Teemu Selanne. [Edmonton Sun]
  • Luca Sbisa's international dominance has paved the way for Swiss-born players. [Fox Sports West]

AROUND THE NHL

  • Why Justin Bourne is okay with Andrew Shaw leaving the bench to jump a goon. [Backhand Shelf]
  • Max Talbot has signed a lockout contract with Ilves, a club in Finland's SM-liiga. [Broad Street Hockey]
  • So, we're not supposed to talk politics here, but here's a really cute post about our new "Senators." [Battle of California]
  • Wednesday marked the second straight day of CBA negotiations between the NHL and PA. Conversations are now centered around the "make whole" provision. [ESPN]
  • Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds defenceman Chris Buonomo has been suspended for 15 games for his hit to the head of Ottawa 67's forward Connor Brown. [NHL.com]