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Phil Kessel of the Toronto Maple Leafs takes a bow after assuming the Leafs had once again beaten the Senators. How wrong he was.
Phil Kessel of the Toronto Maple Leafs takes a bow after assuming the Leafs had once again beaten the Senators. How wrong he was.

Here are your story links for today:

  • Congratulations to Senators prospects David Rundblad and Jakob Silfverberg, who were both named to Sweden's Karjala Cup team. They are the two youngest players on the team. (Sweden Hockey)
  • Pierre LeBrun with a great piece on how the Sergei Gonchar signing should continue to pay dividends even once his three-year contract expires, due to his mentoring of Erik Karlsson. (ESPN)
  • The Senators climbed a spot in the SB Nation rankings. (SBN.com/NHL)
  • John Buccigross takes his shot at the age-old "Is Daniel Alfredsson a Hall of Fame player?" question. (ESPN)
  • Jeremy Milks has his recap of last night's game up. (Black Aces)
  • The Citizen sums up last night's game with its NHL.com-quality headline: "Re-Leaf for Senators." (Citizen)
  • Ken Campbell thinks it's about time Gonchar scored. (Metro)
  • James Gordon with the game file for last night (Senators Extra)
  • The key to last night's victory: the Senators' power play starting to click. (Winnipeg Free Press)
  • A little belated, but the National Post has a good look at the Senators' struggles against the Maple Leafs. (National Post)
  • The Senators are 16th in Hockey's Future's organizational rankings. (Hockey's Future)
  • Might the NHL implement a 'challenge' system for discretionary calls? (Winnipeg Free Press... again?)