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Dater’s Daily Links: The Show Goes On



EDMONTON, ALBERTA – I don’t talk politics on this site, so everything is going to be about Avalanche hockey. Hey, I have plenty of political opinions, and sometimes one comes out, but I just am not going to be a sports writer who spends all of his time on his/her platform talking about stuff that you probably didn’t follow me for and wouldn’t care even if I did.

You subscribed to this to read about Avalanche hockey from me, right? OK then, I’m here to write about Avalanche hockey, so let’s get to some links on a Thursday morning after an Avs win in Game 3:

  • The perspective from the Dallas corner (Dallas Morning News)
  • Arizona losing a few draft picks as punishment for a draft scandal is big, bad news for the franchise’s near-term future (The Hockey News)
  • Stars coach Rick Bowness remains “very confident” (so did the Avs coming into Game 1) (
  • Pittsburgh GM Jim Rutherford said there would be changes with the Penguins, and he hasn’t lied so far (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
  • A lot of tough questions in Florida about who should stay and who should go (Florida Hockey Now)
  • Well, here’s a little politics: Apparently, Logan Couture was punched in Toronto for saying he was a Republican supporter (San Jose Hockey Now)
  • The Bruins are in big trouble. Tell me why they traded Tyler Seguin again? (Boston Globe)
  • Flyers fans are breathing easier again (Philadelphia Inquirer)

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