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Weekend Linkage: The Morning After

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Recaps and an assortment of reading from a glorious Friday night:

  • Game wraps from OtF, the TennesseanPreds InsiderPreds On The Glass, Brandon, and the Chicago Tribune.
  • Antti Niemi disappointed Chicago fans and mentor Pasi Nurminen. [Trib]
  • Already moaning in Chicago. 'Is this what we waited a year for'? [Rosenblog]
  • Pierre LeBrun says no one should be surprised at last night's result. Uh, welcome to the bandwagon, there's plenty of room.  [ESPN]
  • Patrick Sharp has 'a lot of respect for what they can do'. [Sun-Times]
  • JP Dumont is Puck Daddy's third star of the night. Its about time he gets a proper nickname.  [Puck Daddy]
  • For those who thought Antti Niemi was Pekka Rinne's equal, you can put down the crack pipe now. []
  • Mark says the gorilla is finally of the backs of the Predators. And it feels so good. [TVF111]
  • Our pals at Second City Hockey theorize that this was Nashville's best punch. Heh. [SCH]
  • The Cubs are to fault for this. Wait, what? [ESPNChicago]
  • Reports on the low ice time of Patric Hornqvist and Cody Franson, a Grebeshkov report (who I'm expecting to see Sunday), and news that Chicago's ice was 'terrible', according to Steve Sullivan. [Tennessean]