Nice to give the home fans something to cheer about.
It was a wild affair last night, but Buffalo somehow managed to pull of the victory.
Miller battles through a tense outing - The Buffalo News
The start was the worst-case scenario Tuesday night for Ryan Miller.
Hawerchuk, Jeanneret share spotlight - The Buffalo News
Hawerchuk, inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2001, joined beloved broadcaster Rick Jeanneret as the newest members of the Sabres Hall of Fame prior to Tuesday's game against Winnipeg.
Overreactions, 14th Edition: Sabres steal two points from Thrash… er, Jets in OT - 3rd Man In
Rarely can a team walk away from an ugly effort such as tonight’s with two points. Luckily for the Sabres, tonight happened to be one of those nights.
Around the NHL:
Wednesday return for Pronger a possibility - NHL.com
Flyers captain Chris Pronger completed his second straight full practice Tuesday morning and left for Tampa Bay with his teammates later in the afternoon.
Boxing legend Frazier touched Emery's life - NHL.com
When the news of the passing of boxing great Joe Frazier came down, it touched many lives, including that of Chicago Blackhawks goalie Ray Emery.
Who will be the next NHL coach fired (after Scott Arniel)? - Puck Daddy
Scott Arniel has officially entered the Milton Waddams phase of his coaching demise, saying things like "I'll keep showing up here until somebody tells me I'm not supposed to" and worrying about the well-being of his red Swingline stapler.
An illustrated guide to NHL realignment history - Puck Daddy
Via Puck Daddy's Master of Graphics Dan Gustafson of Sixteen Wins, here's an Illustrated History of NHL Realignment since 1967.
"Kick the F-ing Door Down" - Puck Buddys
Patrick Burke talks about the possibility of the first gay NHL player.
Sports matter to the nation, but hockey matters the most - The Globe and Mail
With the annual inductions to Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, it’s no surprise which sport gets the most attention
Fraser: Penalty call on Calgary's Scott Hannan on Sunday - TSN
Kerry Fraser explains things from a ref's point of view.