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Quick strikes and links: May 30, 2012

It's summer and things are moving along at summer's pace: a lurch and a stall. But there's still plenty to talk about in the world of hockey. Your links for this week.

Frozen Grounds: Explaining some NHL terminology

Hockey is actually a pretty simple game, once you get used to it. But there are still some terms that are a bit unusual that aren't so easy to figure out.

Frozen Grounds: Fighting in the NHL

Fighting in hockey is part of its appeal to some - and also a turnoff to others. However, it's been a part of the game since it started.

Rule 69: An Explanation & A Concern

Rule 69 in the NHL rulebook governs goaltender interference. I break down the rule itself in demonstrating that goaltenders are never fair game outside of the crease and in arguing why I think the lack of a whistle was the wrong decision.

Hurricanes Most Disciplined Team in NHL

Analysis of Carolina Hurricanes penalties for and against

NHL Penalty Plus/Minus: Three weeks to go!

In the weekly update of NHL Penalty Plus/Minus figures, the Kings' Dustin Brown appears to have locked up his 2nd consecutive title for creating the most power plays for his team.

Stop crying about the penalties

People get their panties in a bunch about anything these days. For some reason, when two of the most penalized teams in the NHL hook up for a game, and then, mindbogglingly... you know, take...

Wild lose to Ducks, Refs Change Rules

The Minnesota Wild lost to the Anaheim Mighty Friday night 2-4. The Ducks have been on a roll and they definitely brought their "A" game to the Xcel Energy Center.What I would like to know is do...

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