NHL Roundup: Your Morning Links

Welcome to your NHL Roundup, where we provide you with your Morning Links from around the NHL.  The action on the ice may be over but there is never an off-season off the ice.

Remember that stick used by 13-year-old Wayne Gretzky that went up for auction? It did BANK. (THN)

The Kings and Kyle Clifford have agreed to a new deal of the two-year variety. (Yahoo!)

Sean McIndoe of Down Goes Brown with a look at the ultimate underdog, Steve Sullivan. (Grantland)

Toni Lydman, underrated and under appreciated, is calling it a career. (TSN)

Magnus Paajarvi, the forward lost in the shuffle in Edmonton before getting moved to St.Louis, signed a new two-year deal with the Blues. (NHL.com)

A look at what’s going on with Thomas Vanek and Ryan Miller and how this summer hurt the Sabres’ chance of dealing them. (Spectors Hockey)

Is Mike Ribeiro a contract-year player? Whether he is or not, he’s still one of the most unlikable guys in hockey. (Five for Howling)

Apparently, Matt Moulson and John Tavares are a two-man wolfpack, looking for a third. (The Checking Line)

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Topics: Hockey, Los Angeles Kings, Mike Ribeiro, New York Islanders, NHL, Ryan Miller, St. Louis Blues, Thomas Vanek, Wayne Gretzky

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