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Lots to catch up on after a very busy weekend in the hockey world. Let's get to it!

Team USA captured Bronze at the World Championships. Congrats to Zach Redmond! [Newsday]

Team Canada, one of two countries to actually take the World Championships seriously, won the gold medal, prompting typical Canadian hockey arrogance to flow freely. Congrats to our 4 Avs who were so great! [CBC]

Closing out the World Championships, Jaromir Jagr says he has played for the Czech Republic for the final time [NHL]

If you missed it, this whole Vladimir Putin scoring 8 goals is hysterical and totally believable you guys [Mashable]

Speaking of Russia, the 2018 Olympic groups were announced with the USA, Russia, and Slovakia will be in group B with an as of yet unqualified team [NBC Sports]

In the NHL, the Ducks got off to a great start in the WCF with their 4-1 victory over Chicago [SI]

In the East, the Rangers are up 1-0 on Tampa Bay heading into their game tonight [USA Today]

The San Jose Sharks joined Buffalo and Toronto as teams to speak with Mike Babcock [NHL]

Is a $500 million expansion fee going to sink the NHL's plans to move to Seattle? [Seattle Times]