Today marks what seems to be the 14th consecutive day of rain here in Buffalo. Keep yourself dry br wrapping your body in links to use as a rain-shield.
Sabres' Myers ready for more responsibilities - The Buffalo News
The Sabres rely on the 21-year-old defenseman more than any other skater. He's their prime young player, the kind of guy a team can build around during long-term planning.
Sabres Vanek Is Ready To Lead - WGR 550
There were only 23 games this season where somebody wore the "C" in a game for the Sabres.
U.S. rallies at worlds; Gaustad gets an 'A' - Sabres Edge
Sabres center Paul Gaustad has been named an alternate captain for the club. Atlanta's Mark Stuart is the captain, while Los Angeles' Jack Johnson is the other alternate.
SLY NOTES: A MEMORABLE SEASON - Buffalo Sabres
Kevin Sylvester gives his thoughts on the 2010-11 season.
Top-20 worst bang-for-the-buck NHL forwards in 2010-11 - Hockey Independent
Not at all surprisingly, Tim Connolly makes this list.
Sabres podcast: Awards and year in review - Buffalo Wins
Heather B. and Joe have decided to put the finishing touches on the 2010/2011 campaign.
Fans in Philly roar approval of 'God Bless America' - NHL.com
An incredible display of patriotism and American pride all but blew the roof off Wells Fargo Center on Monday night prior to Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinal between the Philadelphia Flyers and Boston Bruins.
Dallas Stars Fans Should Expect Brad Richards To Test Free Agency - Defending Big D
Expect Brad Richards to delay making his decision until at least a few hours after free agency has started -- if for no other reason than to at least get a taste of what other teams have to offer (like the Sabres, right, Terry?)
Changing on the Fly: Why Hockey Rules - Lighthouse Hockey
The line change on the fly is what makes hockey great -- and unique among sports.
Atlanta Thrashers Will Likely Be Sold For $110 Million - Forbes
The group that owns the Atlanta Thrashers is looking for $110 million for the NHL club from investors that would include former Atlanta Braves pitcher Tom Glavine.