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  • Recaps. [blackhawks.nhl.com] [CSN] [ESPN] [Tribune] [Fifth Feather] [Third Man In] [Hockeenight]
  • Sharp's had a hand in the last four goals. [ESPN]
  • Cimaglia weighs in on the desperation song necessary to win. [MyFoxChicago]
  • It's been good in the past weekend to see actual special teams, and not special times. [CSN]
  • Speaking of small sample sizes, Oduya's been surprisingly good. [CSN]
  • Changing of the goaltenders, must be March in Chicago. [Tribune]
  • Ray Emery named a star of the week. [nhl.com]
  • IceHog roundup. [Third Man In]
  • Return of the PuckCast. [Hockeenight]
  • For GM's, it's harder than it looks to buy low and sell high. [Backhand Shelf]
  • The "record when scoring three or more goals" stat is useless, Blues. [Arctic Ice Hockey]
  • An OHL skater had to fill in as goalie, let 13 goals on 45 shots and got a standing ovation. [Buzzing the Net]
  • A father at a girl's hockey game shined a laser pointer into the opposing goalie's eyes. [Deadspin]
  • Our very own Duncan Keith is taking part in the You Can Play Project, designed to end the culture of casual homophobia in sports. [National Post] [CBC (autoplay video)] [You Can Play Project]