The hockey season has ended, and the draft and free agency is coming up. I, however, need a break from doing the daily Squid. (Plus, I have 2 final exams and 2 midterms in the next 3 weeks for the summer study courses I'm doing at UVic.) Therefore, this is the last edition you'll be seeing for a while. If I do find any interesting reads during this time, I'll throw them in the comments on other posts. Also, if I come across any big Canucks news, I will immediately fanshot it to the front page. If there is suddenly a day with a lot of links over the summer, I'll put up a Squid then. Otherwise, for now, it's adios, amigos.
Links after the jump.
- The Maple Leafs are expected to announce on Monday that Dion Phaneuf will be their new team captain. (TSN)
- A Canucks yearbook was put together. (Canucks: part 1, part 2)
- Keith McCambridge, the assistant head coach for the Manitoba Moose, believes he is ready to take the big chair and replace Arniel. (Moose)
- Some believe the Blackhawks will still be a strong contender next year, despite the hit from the salary cap. (THN)
- Chris Pronger responds to what Adam Burish said about him.... (TSN)
- Alexandre Giroux scored the OT winner last night as the Hershey Bears took a 3-2 lead over the Texas Stars in the Calder Cup Finals. This gives the baby Capitals a chance to win their 2nd-straight Calder Cup on Monday night. (AHL)
- Finally, this looks like your World Cup coverage on SBNation... it's also run by SCH's SamFels. (Off The Bar And Out)