Daily Links for Saturday, Feb. 26

Buffalo looks to continue their winning ways under new owner Terry Pegula tonight versus the Detroit Red Wings.

Call-ups not enough as Senators lose 4-2 to Buffalo - Silver Seven
The Ottawa Senators fell 4-2 to the Buffalo Sabres, as Marek Svatos made his Senators debut and Roman Wick played in his first NHL game.

Proof of energy is in Sabres' numbers - Sabres Edge
You can do whatever you want with numbers but it's hard to argue the Sabres' consistency in winning the last two games: Four goals, 39 shots on goal and 24 hits in each game has produced wins over Atlanta and Ottawa.

The Slugs Are Coming Down - Black & Blue & Gold
This is breaking news as I'm typing this, and evidence has disappeared, but there are numerous reports that, according to Jessie Pegula, her dad said that the slugs are coming off the jumbotron at HSBC. UPDATE: Video is now back online - see for yourself!

Mike Weber: Where’s the Buzz? - buffalo74
Scott's blog (which is quickly becoming a daily read for me) gives praise to rookie d-man Mike Weber.

Trade Deadline Reporting 2011 - Rumors, Insiders and Pretenders - Kukla's Korner
Dave Davis reports on how to spot fraudulent rumors over the next few days.

NOT COOL, GUYS. - The Willful Caboose
Kate uncovers some truly disturbing information about Google searches.

The Inherent Immorality of the Trade Deadline - The Copper & Blue
The trade deadline is exciting and fascinating. It's also intensely immoral, and yet nobody ever considers why.

The Western Conference playoff logjam vs. the NHL trade deadline - Puck Daddy
To put the Western Conference playoff race in some numeric perspective, the No. 4 and No. 5 seeds in the West are separated by more points (3) than the No. 5 and No. 10 seeds (2). Which is as insanely intense as it sounds.

Once forgotten, playoffs now possible for Devils - NHL.com
Devils trying to author amazing comeback story.

Twitter followers track down Lupul's lost phone - The Globe and Mail
Leafs player puts out call for help after leaving iPhone in a Toronto taxi.

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