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Bird Droppings: Your Links For Thursday, April 28th

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Thrashers News:

In case you missed it, unnamed sources have the Thrashers moving to Winnipeg. Because Unnamed Sources is always who I turn to when I want legitimate news. He's swell.

Alex Burmistrov will be playing for the Russian national team in the World Championships, and Ondrej Pavelec will be starting the Czech's first game against Canada.

Versus will be picking up three of Team America's games, so you can catch Blake Wheeler, Tim Stapleton, and Mark Stuart in action.

 

NHL News:

Boston beats Montreal 4-3 to take the series by the same total, and the Tampa Bay Lightning came back from a 3-1 deficit to beat the Pens 1-0 in game 7 - total goaltenders' duel.

Domino's Canada's a bit cocky, aren't they? I'd call for a boycott of their pizza out of a matter of principle, but I already boycott it because it's terrible.

Second City Hockey has a rational approach to last night's loss to the Vancouver Canucks, while Nucks Misconduct's looking ahead to the Preds.

Speaking of the Canucks/Predators series, there's a SB Nation Blog Feud warning between Nucks Misconduct and On the Forecheck. If that's not the oddest feud ever, I don't know what is. Oh, wait - BWA and Stanley Cup of Chowder. That one wins.

Die By The Blade has an extremely eloquent article up regarding their Buffalo Sabres' elimination on Tuesday night. Worth a read.

Broad Street Hockey turns Ryan Miller's words back onto him.

Houses of the Hockey respectfully disagrees with Captain Serious' nomination for the Selke.