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Serving up the best links of the week from all across the newfangled interwebs

Jeremy Roenick thinks that the way that the Paul Kelly firing was handled was "chicken shit" and admitted that hockey players "aren't the brightest bulbs in the box" [TSN Video]

With promotional ideas like this, the NHL will be a mainstream sport again "When Hellsinki freezes over" [Puck Daddy]

The Rangers are giving Kyle McLaren a try-out...and no, that isn't a typo. [Blueshirt Banter]

If the Coyotes move, its players would get paid an extra $6,000. This seems like one of those antiquated laws that is still on the books like "it is illegal to fly a kite or ride a bicycle on a Sunday" or something [Light House Hockey]

Donald Brashear will personally challenge any Rangers fan who boos him to a fight [NBC Washington]

Alex Ovechkin has a tramp stamp... or 2 tramp stamps. I'm sure what the ruling on that is. [Puck Daddy]

Jason Allison insists that he is serious about a comeback [Toronto Sun]

A new policy by the U.S. Department of Transportation may have a huge impact on how Canadian teams travel [TSN]