Hopefully you got a chance to watch the game last night, so that in 25 years, when Nathan Gerbe is getting inducted into the hockey Hall of Fame, you can tell your kids "I saw his first NHL goal!" Congrats to the kid, and I for one hope he doesn't get sent back down anytime soon. The rest of the game wasn't too shabby either, with Ryan Miller and the defensive corps shutting down Alex Ovechkin and the NHL's #1 offense.
Capitals at Sabres | NHL.com Recap
Ryan Miller made 35 saves for his 16th career shutout, Nathan Gerbe scored his first NHL goal, and the Buffalo Sabres halted Washington's six-game winning streak with a 3-0 victory over the league-leading Capitals on Wednesday night.
He shoots, he scores: Gerbe finds the net | The Buffalo News
A nice feel good article about Gerbe's day, and some funny comments from his teammates in the locker room after the game.
Towering rookie Tyler Myers turning heads | The Hockey News
Ken Campbell of The Hockey News takes a break from writing articles about how awesome Tyler Myers is, and instead makes a video about how awesome Tyler Myers is. Includes some interviews with Miller, Ruff, and some practice highlights.
2010 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic | NHL.com
If you're into the Winter Classic, NHL.com has a pretty comprehensive site about the process of putting it all together. There's video, blogs, articles and more so check it out if you're into that.
Video: Revenge of the Randy Moller Panthers' goal calls | Puck Daddy
If you don't know Panthers radio play-by-play man Randy Moller, just know that he sometimes inserts a completely random pop culture line at the end of his goal calls, and the result is hilarious. There are a few of these videos floating around YouTube, but here's the most recent one from Puck Daddy. Bonus points for posting your favorite Moller call in the comments!
Hockey Gifts: Sabres Ornamanets
If your tree is looking a bit empty, perhaps some Sabres ornaments could spruce it up! You can find others online with a bit of searching, as these are more on the pricey side, but every hockey tree needs a Sabres ornament.