November 12, 2013; Raleigh, NC, USA; Colorado Avalanche coach Patrick Roy look on against the Carolina Hurricanes at PNC Center. The Carolina Hurricanes defeated the Colorado Avalanche 2-1. Mandatory Credit: James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports

NHL Roundup: Your Morning Links

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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.

Patrick Roy is shaking things up with a few line changes. (Denver Post)

Speaking of Roy: he and Blues coach Ken Hitchcock decided to get into a little verbal sparring match via the media. (Puck Daddy)

The Avs’ home site got a mailbag sitdown with defenseman Jan Hejda. (Avalanche)

Will P.K. Subban have a little work to do to make Team Canada? (The Farm Club)

Y’know what? These Senators Heritage Classic jerseys aren’t bad at all. (Imgur)

That is a dirty, filthy, nasty (and so on) backhand snipe by Kopitar. (Reddit)

Remember how Rick Vaive was among the biggest names cited in the lawsuit against the NHL? Yeah, he’s not interested anymore. (Pro Hockey Talk)

And finally, Nike still makes some cool commercials and this one is up there. (Jasper’s Rink)

Ryan is the editor of Mile High Sticking as well as co-owner of The Farm Club. Follow him on Twitter to talk Avs, Sabres, hockey in general, or to let him know what a yutz he is.

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Tags: 2013-14 Season Alex Ovechkin Colorado Avalanche Jan Hejda NHL NHL Lawsuit Nike Ottawa Senators Patrick Roy PK Subban St. Louis Blues Team Canada

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