Oct 23, 2013; Buffalo, NY, USA; Boston Bruins left wing Loui Eriksson (21) on the ice after being hit by Buffalo Sabres defenseman John Scott (not shown) during the third period at First Niagara Center. Bruins beat the Sabres 5-2. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

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.

The Vancouver Canucks aren’t used to having to grind out wins, but so far they’re doing it. (The Farm Club)

John Scott is going to be in some trouble after his hit on Loui Eriksson last night. (THN)

Speaking of suspendable actions, Dallas Stars forward Ryan Garbutt got five games for his hit on Dustin Penner. (Puck Daddy)

Daniel Alfredsson played against his former team for the first time last night, but there’s no resentment. (MLive)

Speaking of the Sens, Jason Spezza is essentially Bugs Bunny playing baseball here. (SBNation)

Also, also speaking of that Red Wings – Senators game, nothing like the old okie-doke to get yourself a goal. (Imgur)

Much as I’m a Leaf-hater, it’s hard to hate Phil Kessel after he, a cancer survivor, bought a box for 24 kids with cancer and scored a hat trick in front of them. (Twitter)

And finally, we’re all fans at heart. (Instagram)

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