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Your Friendly Tuesday Links Roundup: The Humongous Big Edition

Since these are late, I thought I'd include more of them. That's the way it works, right?

And DSP wins the Calder of my heart. On to the links!

  • Schultz Watch: Apparently, the Rangers might be interested in pursuing him (remember, guys, this is from the New York Post). Rangers defenseman Michael Sauer has been sidelined since December 5 with post-concussion symptoms, and they believe that Schultz will be a desirable replacement. Current Rangers Ryan McDonagh and Derek Stepan played with Schultz during his freshman year at Wisconsin. The idea of a Rangers team with Boston College forward (and actual Rangers prospect) Chris Kreider and Justin Schultz makes me ill. [NY Post]
  • Exit Big Sexy? An article in Croatian newspaper Vjesnik says that Syracuse Crunch/sometimes Ducks forward Dan Sexton might sign with Medvescak Zagreb in the Erste Bank Liga (Austrian League). []
  • But while we're waiting for both situations to play out, let's celebrate hurting the Sharks' playoff chances/messing with their comeback/denying them first place in the Pacific Division! And in San Jose, no less. [Associated Press, via the Austin-American Statesman] [OC Register]
  • Did you realize that last Friday's loss to the Kings was Andrew Cogliano's 400th consecutive NHL game? Color me impressed. [Fox Sports West]
  • Bobby Ryan was Puck Daddy's number two star of the day. [Puck Daddy]
  • Jeff Deslauriers reflects upon his experience in San Jose. [Anaheim Ducks]
  • The Anaheim Ducks Towel invaded the Wayne Gretzky statue in LA. [Anaheim Ducks Towel Invasions]
  • Win a Teemu Selanne autographed puck! [Anaheim Ducks]
  • Notes from the New York Rangers' gruesome, playoff-clinching game against the New Jersey Devils. [Blueshirt Banter]
  • The NHL should expand the number of (legal) options for viewing games. Agree or disagree? [Winging It In Motown]
  • The Mouth of the City - aka Rangers coach John Tortorella - discusses last night's game. [Backhand Shelf]
  • Andrew Ladd and Dustin Byfuglien are engineering the destruction of the Winnipeg Jets! [Arctic Ice Hockey]
  • The Flyers' Andrej Meszaros is scheduled to have back surgery tomorrow. [Broad Street Hockey]
  • How does Steven Stamkos' 50 goal season stack up against the greatest offensive seasons of all time? [Backhand Shelf]
  • University of Maine forward Spencer Abbott leads the nation in scoring, and is the favorite for the Hobey Baker (given to college hockey's best player - Justin Schultz is also nominated). Who was the last Maine forward to win the Hobey Baker? Paul Kariya. [Morning Sentinel]
  • Bobby Ryan, Luca Sbisa, and a speedo. []
  • A Ducks-Blues preview. []