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Hitting The Links: Win All The Games! Edition

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I can't be the only one falling asleep at my desk this morning after that 1-2 punch of New England sports awesomeness last night, can I? Well, that's happening. The Bruins are at the White House today and the Patriots are in the Super Bowl for a grudge match of awesomeness; despite extra-special Monday exhaustion and apprehension on behalf of Nathan Horton, who took a blindside hit to the head yesterday, things are looking pretty ok from here.

After the jump.....links. You know the drill.

Bruins News:

  • How sick was Tyler Seguin's shootout goal, I mean really. [USA Today]
  • Andrew Ference has been suspended for three games. One down, two to go. [WEEI]
  • Nathan Horton is being evaluated for a 'head injury.' [NESN]
  • Barack Obama will mee the Bruins today! [USA Today]
  • Is meeting the president the coolest perk of winning the Cup? [NESN]
  • Claude Julien is not pleased that Tom Sestito's hit on Horton went unpunished. [PHT]
  • The Stanley Cup is making a pit stop in Albany this week. [Buffalo News]
  • Shawn Thornton had a...busy weekend. {Days of Y'Orr]

NHL News

  • The Calgary Flames are actually not awful? Weird! [Sun]
  • Go vote for your favorite Hobey Baker candidate, college hockey fans. [Hobey Baker Award]
  • Jonas Hiller is helping the formerly last-place Ducks surge. They're 7-0-1 in their last 8. [OC Register]
  • Evander Kane has some haters in Winnipeg. [Puck Daddy]
  • Henrik Zetterberg won't be suspended for making basically the same play as Andrew Ference. Okay, NHL? [Detroit News]
  • Alex Pietrangelo is a really good offensive defenseman. [STL Today]