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Weekend Linkage: Big day at Worlds; Coyotes staying in Phoenix

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  • Remember this? Well, Rene Fasel, IIHF president, issued an apology yesterday. [IIHF]
  • The Predators' ECHL affiliate, the Cincinnati Cyclones, brought home their second Kelly Cup title in three years last night. Attendance? 13,483. [Cyclones]
  • Preds goaltending prospect Jeremy Smith was named a co-MVP of the Kelly Cup playoffs. [Cyclones]
  • In last night's playoff action, the Blackhawks took what is likely an insurmountable 3-0 series lead over the Sharks thanks to Dustin Byfuglien's overtime winner. [SBN]
  • At long last, the NHL and the city of Glendale, Arizona have reached an agreement to keep the Coyotes in Phoenix for at least one more year. [Globe and Mail]
  • The World Championship semifinals see Tomas Vokoun lead the Czechs against Sweden, and you can also catch Marcel Goc, Robert Dietrich, Alexander Sulzer, and Germany take on Denis Grebeshkov and Russia. [Puck Worlds]
  • Dave Bolland has been one of the Blackhawks' top performers in these playoffs...[TSN]
  • ...and is probably allowed to decide his own nickname.  [ESPN]