Hot Clicks: Camille Pollett; Olympics ask Keith Moon to perform at closing ceremonies

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With the NHL playoffs kicking off earlier this week, has produced some solid photo galleries that hockey fans should check out. We have a "Separated at Birth" piece, a collection of fan photos and a look at Ice Girls/Dancers.
This Would've Been A Good Get
The Olympics reached out to Who drummer Keith Moon to perform at the closing ceremonies this summer. The only problem is that Moon died in 1978.
Worse Than A Bunker
There was a little interruption at the RBC Heritage tournament in South Carolina on Thursday when an alligator made its way onto the course.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
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Australian model Camille Pollett gets today's LLOD honors.
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Product Of The Day
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Sports Video Of The Day
Via Puck Daddy and comes the Predators' Shea Weber ramming the Red Wings' Henrick Zetterberg's head into glass -- with WWE announcer Jim Ross making the call.

Jimmy Kimmel Video Of The Day
Here is the latest installment of This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.

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