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Your Friendly Tuesday Links Roundup: The Three More Games Edition

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Pretty sure this isn't legal AND he didn't get called for by the guy in the background.
Pretty sure this isn't legal AND he didn't get called for by the guy in the background.

THREE. MORE. GAMES.

  • Teemu Selanne will announce whether he intends to return for a 20th NHL season by July 1st. And when he says July 1st, he really means the preseason. [CBSSports.com]
  • But apparently, Saku Koivu wants to play next year. [Toronto Sun]
  • RDS' Renaud P. Lavoie speculates that former Colgate University forward Chris Wagner (drafted 122nd overall in the 5th round of the 2010 Draft by the Ducks) will sign a two-way, entry-level contract with us soon. [Lavoie's Twitter]
  • Sunday might possibly be the final home game of Teemu Selanne's career, but it was Mat Clark's first home game. [OC Register]
  • More on Mat Clark's NHL debut. [Anaheim Ducks]
  • Important television/radio changes for the final three games of the season. [Anaheim Ducks]
  • Cam Fowler currently has the second-worst plus/minus rating in the league (its -27). [The Puck Stops Here]
  • Corey Perry, Bobby Ryan, and Ryan Getzlaf are three of ESPN's top 100 forwards for the 2012-13 fantasy season. [ESPN]
  • The Syracuse Crunch beat the Binghamton Senators 2-1 in overtime on Saturday. They are now in 7th place in the AHL's Eastern Conference. [The Oneida Daily Dispatch]
  • Emerson Etem is ready for the NHL. [The Hockey Guys]
  • Mike Foligno's daughter-in-law, Janelle, has developed a program that will educate Ottawa middle schoolers about eating disorders and body image. Janelle (also the wife of Ottawa Senators forward Nick) suffered from an eating disorder for several years. [Ottawa Citizen]
  • Can Randy Carlyle get the Toronto Maple Leafs to play 'blue-collar hockey'? [London Free Press]
  • The Anaheim Ducks Towel invades Bastion Square in Victoria, British Columbia. [Anaheim Ducks Towel Invasions]
  • The Philadelphia Flyers have signed Medicine Hat defenseman (and Emerson Etem's teammate) Matthew Konan. [Broad Street Hockey]
  • And speaking of the WHL, the Dallas Stars have signed Saskatoon Blades forward Matej Stransky to an entry-level contract. [Defending Big D]
  • Justin Bourne found a map that shows where every current NHL player was born. [Backhand Shelf]
  • Shameless Frozen Four Plug: In case you didn't know already, the 2012 NCAA Hockey Tournament wraps up this weekend. You should all watch it. The field of 16 has been narrowed down to the 'Frozen Four' (Union College, Ferris State, Boston College, and the University of Minnesota). Here's the broadcast information. And read this interview with Chris Kreider, BC forward and Rangers prospect. [Puck Daddy]