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Daily Dasherboard May 27, 2013

Happy Memorial Day to all our readers.  A day of remembrance, a time to gather with loved ones,  friends and relatives in order to pay homage to those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice.

Memorial Day is a day to honor those that upon enlistment or commission into the armed forces, wrote a blank check to the United States of America payable up to and including death – and never came home.

If you are in the Western New York area, here are a list of parades to take the family to.  [96.1 Joy FM].

The president will lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.  If you have never been to the Tomb, it is worth the drive or flight to Washington, D.C.  Everyone should have the opportunity to watch the changing of the guard live.  Thank you the the men of the 3rd Infantry Regiment for standing guard day and night.  [Fox News].

If your worried about letting the youth of tomorrow start for the Buffalo Sabres, look at the success of Boston’s Torey Krug in the Eastern Conference playoffs.  [ESPN Boston].

Boston has depth, and the emergence of Krug shows that, and it will be important for the Boston Bruins when they faceoff against the Pittsburgh Penguins [Bleacher Report].

History not on the side of the Bruins as they are set to face the Penguins for the third time in the history of the franchise for the two teams [NHL.com].

The Detroit Red Wings may have a hold on the semifinal series against the Chicago Blackhawks  - but the B-hawks still have life.  Detroit has some changes to make if they want to make it to the finals. [Bleacher Report].

Drew Sharp questions whether or not the Red Wings have what it takes this year.  [Detroit Free Press].

Game Six between Detroit and Chicago will be tonight at 8PM. Game 7 for the San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings is Tuesday night at 9PM.

If you have never seen the changing of the guard, Tomb of the Unknown – live or in person, please give this a view:

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