Daily Cupcakes: Links from around the NHL - February 11, 2013

"Oooh, baby, I wanna get me some of that," said O'Brien before every game and practice ever. - Dustin Bradford

Sandie's on vacation somewhere in the Eastern Block (maybe), so you're getting some guest cupcakers this week, starting with moi.

Since I have control, I'm shaking things up a bit. Today's cupcakes are all formatted for viewing pleasure. Keep it in your pants, boys.

During the US national anthem prior to an ECHL game between the Bakersfield Condors and Las Vegas Wranglers, a handler brought onto the ice a real, live condor, thinking it would be an awesome moment. The bird had other plans, however. Watch until the end. External Link

In Bismarck, ND, Century High School player Alec Rauhauser temporarily thinks he's playing for the lacrosse team. External Link

Clarkston High School does a better job marketing its team than KSE does with the Avs. External Link

You may get away with cross-checking NHL refs, but don't dare trip to a ref in Russia. External Link.

Flyers's Zac Rinaldo wanted to make sure everyone knew that his fight with BJ Crombeen of the Lightning was totally clean. Good thing for him he was wearing a mic. External Link

And finally, Marty Brodeur should keep a better grasp on his stick. At least he has a sense of humor about it. External Link

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