If you missed the game last night, my advice would be to not actually read any of these links - you'll just be too depressed. Instead, imagine that the Sabres won in dominating fashion, and are destined to become the greatest franchise in the history of the NHL. Much better.
Red Wings take Sabres to school - The Buffalo News
The Detroit Red Wings rolled into Buffalo for their only appearance this season Friday and were kind enough to give the Sabres a rude awakening.
SIMON:Inside The Numbers - WGR 550
Howard Simon takes a look at the month ahead,
The Press Box: Part Three - The Willful Caboose
This is the only analysis you need to read if you missed last night's game.
Miller brothers cherish family bond - Detroit Red Wings
Miller brothers cherish family bond; One brother is in tonight's lineup while other is off IR.
Philadelphia Flyers at Anaheim Ducks Game Recap - NHL.com
The NHL's most potent offense flexed its muscles and stole all the thunder from Bruce Boudreau's Anaheim coaching debut Friday night.
Fraser: Why the Kings could pick the Richards' penalty - TSN
Kerry Fraser explains why the Los Angeles Kings could choose between talking of a two man disadvantage for two minutes or a four minute double minor disadvantage during Thursday's game against the Panthers.
The Edmonton Oilers: Young, fast and on the mark - The Globe and Mail
The next generation of Oilers led by Nugent-Hopkins, Eberle and Hall, offering Edmonton fans hope for the future