Morning Links 5/25

Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-US PRESSWIRE
  • Stan Mikita on Billy Reay. [blackhawks.nhl.com]
  • Season reviews of Viktor Stalberg [CSN]
  • and Bryan Bickell. [Blackhawk Up]
  • Q & A with Patrick Sharp. [blackhawks.nhl.com]
  • Kings take note: throughout NHL history, a 12-2 playoff record hasn't ended well. Blackhawks fans know this. [CSN]
  • Rookie numbers this season. [blackhawks.nhl.com]
  • Rosenbloom: The Kings are great. The Blackhawks may be doomed. [Tribune]
  • Mac Carruth might come to Illinois. I've found nothing else on this, so, grain of salt. [Oregon Live]
  • Here's an old Q & A with Carruth, "The Truth", apparently. [blackhawks.nhl.com]
  • Great article on Anze Kopitar and what it means to make the NHL from a non-elite hockey country. [Backhand Shelf]
  • Hockey fans have complex opinions when it comes to fighting. [Globe]
  • Doan explains the handshake line. [PD]
  • Despite minor displays of penalty-related diaper babyhood, Drew Doughty has been great this post-season. [CBC]
  • Yzerman says he's not trading for Luongo, but Lu does want out. [PD]
  • Hockey Canada's registration numbers are dropping. [Globe]
  • Pierre McGuire should divulge more of what he hears "behind the glass". [SBN]
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