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  • Haviland is given notice. [CSN] [Tribune] [Sun-Times] [Cheer the Anthem]
  • Q, however, confirms he's not going to Montreal. [CSN]
  • Third Man In Radio discusses the firing, the season. [TTMI]
  • Season review of Steve Montador. [CSN]
  • A look at Patrick Sharp's season. [Cheer the Anthem]
  • Sharp is loving playing with RNH. [TSN]
  • Duncan Keith is not satisfied yet. [Winnipeg Free Press]
  • An in-depth look at the Burke family. [GQ]
  • DGB has some positive thinking for Canadian teams. [Down Goes Brown]
  • Shanahan releases the disciplinary video regarding Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf. (No, not really.) [Lighthouse Hockey]
  • Ryan Kesler had surgery on a torn labrum in his shoulder, will be out six months. [Globe]
  • The Flyers get whacked. [Globe] [CBC]
  • Kill some Chechens, play hockey, a day in the life of Vladimir Putin. [Puck Drunk Love]
  • Edmonton is considering using betting on single pro games to fund sports venues. [Edmonton Journal]