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Your Friendly Tuesday Links Roundup: The Ryan Lambert Thinks We're Done Edition

Stupid linesman screwed up a pretty cool shot. Boudreau likely agrees
Stupid linesman screwed up a pretty cool shot. Boudreau likely agrees

Granted, his article was written before we beat Edmonton last night. But do we still have a chance of making the playoffs? Agree? Disagree? Agree to disagree?

There may be a giant question mark surrounding our postseason, but if the Boston Bruins can resurrect Marty Turco's career, anything can happen.

  • The Ducks are reportedly trying to sign Swedish goalie Viktor Fasth, who currently plays for AIK of the Elitserien. Fasth has reportedly been offered several two-way countries by other NHL clubs, but will only come to the NHL if he is offered a one-way contract. Dan Ellis is also likely out for the season, and may not be resigned. And Igor Bobkov (a member of the 2011 gold medal winning Russian WJHC team) will likely be in the AHL next season. [OC Register]
  • Bobby Ryan's breakaway goal last night was assisted by Teemu Selanne, who is now 19th on the NHL's all-time points list (tying fellow Finn and former Mighty Duck Jari Kurri). [OC Register]
  • Apparently, the Ducks were willing to move Teemu at the trade deadline, but he didn't want to move. (This seems to contradict GM Bob Murray's previous statement that Teemu was untouchable). The Bruins, Rangers, Kings, and Sharks were all interested. [Ottawa Sun]
  • Fear The Fin predicts that we'll finish 12th in the West (remember that it's a Sharks blog). [Fear The Fin]
  • Sheldon Brookbank is now a valuable commodity. [Fox Sports West]
  • Jason Blake discusses Randy Carlyle. []
  • Winnipeg Jets owner Mark Chipman predicted Randy Carlyle's future. [Toronto Sun]
  • The NHL is saturated with former Ducks employees! [LA Times]
  • The Anaheim Ducks Towel invades Venice, Italy. [Anaheim Ducks Towel Invasions]
  • The Ducks will host the Anaheim Ducks High School Hockey League (ADHSHL) championship games at Honda Center tomorrow. The junior varsity game will begin at 6 pm, and the varsity championship game will be held at 8 pm. [Anaheim Ducks]
  • Kaliya Johnson, a former member of the Lady Ducks developmental program, is a national finalist for the Sullivan Award, which honors the nation's best amateur athlete (SoCal's own Michelle Kwan is a previous winner). [Anaheim Ducks]
  • A group of Stars fans follow their team to Western Canada. (Since the Honda Center is invaded by so many fans of other teams, we should organize an arena tour of our own. Just saying). [Defending Big D]
  • Justin Bourne interviews Patrick Burke (Flyers scout and Brian Burke's son) about the 'You Can Play' campaign. [Backhand Shelf]