Daily Links for Saturday, December 3

All night long.

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.

A HARD LESSON TO LEARN - Sabres.com
The Detroit Red Wings scored three times in the first period and never looked back, leaving Buffalo with a convincing 4-1 win over the Sabres.

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,

Update on #Sabres Gerbe - Twitter
David Amber reports that Gerbe is day to day after receiving treatment for cuts to the nose and lip by Paul Gaustad's skate..

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

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