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Your Friendly Weekend Links Roundup: There Is A Guy Who Is a Cop By Day, And A Ducks Official By Night

I think we can officially refer to him as the hardest working man in show business.

Talk about a hole in one!
Talk about a hole in one!
Jeff Gross

DUCKS NEWS

  • Steven Laing is a cop by day, and a Ducks off-ice official by night. [Pro Hockey Talk]
  • Just so you know: Nothing about Teemu's situation has changed over the past several hours. [Our Hometown]
  • Matt Beleskey and several other NHLers are hitting the links before hitting the ice. [CTV Barrie News]
  • The Getzlaf Golf Shootout has returned to Dana Point. [Dana Point Times]

AROUND THE NHL

  • The New York Islanders will remain at the Nassau Coliseum until 2015, and the Coliseum will likely be renovated to house the AHL's Bridgeport Sound Tigers (the Islanders' affiliate). [Puck Daddy]
  • Stickhandling tips from the pros. [The Hockey News]
  • Unsigned goalie Jose Theodore wants to return to the Florida Panthers, but admits that there are no discussions going on. [Sun-Sentinel]
  • Young players to target in fantasy hockey drafts. [NHL.com]
  • The University of Nebraska-Omaha has dismissed two players and suspended one after an incident that allegedly involved racial slurs. [USCHO.com]
  • Down Goes Brown's thoughts on Daniel Alfredsson's press conference (originally published on Grantland.) [Down Goes Brown]
  • Victor Hedman and Henrik Zetterberg speak out against Russian anti-gay laws. [Raw Charge]
  • The Ottawa Senators have offered Jared Cowen a eight-year, 28 million contract extension. [Silver Seven]
  • Identifying the 10 "offensively annoying" NHLers (no Ducks on this list, unfortunately). [Backhand Shelf]