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.

So the Avalanche’s new video scoreboard is massive and impressive. Watch it get installed in a time lapsed video and BE ENTRANCED. (Kukla’s Corner)

A pretty interesting look at the life of a guy who’s just been traded – new Edmonton Oiler David Perron. (The Score)

Duncan Siemens would like to show you his van. (Imgur)

Remember how I knocked ESPN on their top 50 defensemen? Yeah, they left Bobby Ryan out of their top 100 forwards. Maybe I wasn’t harsh enough. (Puck Daddy)

The Avs made their preseason debut last night against the Ducks; a 2-1 loss at home in Patrick Roy’s debut. (NHL)

For all the flack the Phoenix Coyotes have gotten over their ownership situation, they should be applauded for hosting an intra-squad scrimmage that benefitted the families of 19 Yarnell firefighters who died in June. A raffle and charity auction were held, with the ownership matching the grand total. (Coyotes)

Down Goes Brown has his list of resolutions for hockey fans for the upcoming year. I’m on board with coming up with new insults for the Sedins and Sidney Crosby. We’re better than that, folks. (Grantland)

Looks like Jamie Benn will be named captain of the Dallas Stars today. (Dallas News)

And finally, I don’t want to encourage anything Leaf-related but this is pretty cool. (Reddit)

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