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Quick Hits: Quincy On The Move

Justin Verlander was very Lidstromian last night. He was pretty damn perfect (without actually being perfect). Tigers are going to the ALCS and we thank them for the distraction from the lockout.

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At the Joe

NHL lockout already hurting players | The Detroit News | detroitnews.com
blah blah blah

Andreas Athanasiou's hat trick lifts Colts to 8-5 win over Spirit - Yahoo! Sports Canada
Red Wings prospect making some noise.

Red Wings Prospects in Grand Rapids - Octopus Thrower
Get to know some prospects down on the farm.

Detroit Red Wings defenseman signs with the new Denver Cutthroats - The Denver Post
The Central Hockey League? Oh man, he should dominant. Pretty sure Mike Babcock's kid plays in that league or at least tried out for one of the teams.

Take On The Grind Line | KuklasKorner
This would be freakin' awesome.

Around the NHL

Alfredsson: "I don’t see anything changing anytime soon" | ProHockeyTalk
More lockout cheer and merriment.

Rick Rypien memorial defaced by Justin Bieber fan intelligentsia
Way to be, assholes.

NFL QB's ON FACEBOOK: THE INEVITABLE SEQUEL - ProFootballmock.com | ProFootballMock.com
Don't care if it's not hockey-related; it's hilarious.

Today in Non-NHL Hockey History: October 11, 1972: The World Hockey Association Begins - The Copper & Blue
40 years ago, the greatest opponent in the National Hockey League's history first drew breath, as pucks dropped in the first games of the World Hockey Association.

2 Days Of Meetings And No Progress On A New CBA - Nucks Misconduct
The NHL and NHLPA met for several hours on Wednesday and Thursday but there were no new proposals and no progress towards ending the current lockout, according to TSN.

Kings Reporter Hammond Told To Stop Interviewing Players During The Lockout - Jewels From The Crown

The Kings hired Rich Hammond to be their beat reporter in 2009 because coverage was inadequate. They wanted him to be fully independent. It turns out the NHL didn't appreciate that. Ann Frazier brings us the story of the conflict over interviews

Let's Go Red Wings.