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Your Friendly Weekend Links Roundup: The Quick Roundup Of Things You May Have Missed This Week Because of All The Drama Edition

World Juniors, ECHL, AHL, and lockout updates. Woohoo!

Emerson Etem is excited. You should be too!
Emerson Etem is excited. You should be too!
Bruce Bennett

DUCKS NEWS

  • Paul Kariya was one of the first players from North Vancouver to play for Canada in the World Junior Championships. Now it’s Griffin Reinhart’s and Morgan Rielly’s turn to represent the area. [Northshore Outlook]
  • Home is where the Norfolk Admirals "house" is. [Hamptonroads.com]
  • The Fort Wayne Komets get "defensive" in a road win against the Kalamazoo Wings. [News-Sentinel]
  • An update on Ducks across the pond. [Ducks Daily Blog]
  • Even though we lost to the former Norfolk Admirals/current Syracuse Crunch, Kyle Palmieri still scored. [OCRegister]
  • Devante Smith-Pelly continues to grow. [The Hockey Writers]

AROUND THE NHL

  • An updated tally of suspended Canadian forwards at the World Juniors.... [NHL.com]
  • BoC examines the difference between the latest and former CBA offers the league has made. [Battle of California]
  • People complain that livelihoods are being lost to the NHL lockout. But are they really? Who exactly is getting the shaft as the lockout drags on? [Arctic Ice Hockey]
  • In case you missed it: Team Canada beat Team USA 2-1 in World Juniors action today. [Backhand Shelf]