In Joe Louis Arena, Wings Buffalo You! Wings 5 - Sabres 0 - Winging It In Motown
A recap from our masters over at WIIM.
Sabres touching bottom after latest loss - The Buffalo News
Ownership and management apparently put together a flawed team over the summer. Injuries have decimated the product, the players left behind have badly underachieved and the NHL's senior-most coach has had absolutely no answers.
Miller brothers have a get-together - The Buffalo News
Miller and Miller went mano-a-mano Monday night in Joe Louis Arena.
Sabres Ruff Knew Miller Wasn't Himself - WGR 550
Apparently he still isn't.
More Sabres News:
Hold On - The Goose's Roost
This Pegula-owned Sabres team feels a whole lot like its aimless predecessors. That's not a good sign, right?
19-20-5 Just Feels Different This Year - KuklasKorner
Dave Davis makes some salient points about where the Sabres stand this year.
Marc-Andre Gragnani: Before I Made It - THN
The Sabres defender talks about his unexpected rise through the ranks and move from forward to defense.
Around the NHL:
Mike Grier played hockey with toughness, character - ESPN Boston
Mike Grier exhibited toughness and character in his long NHL career.
Blue Jackets' Byers suspended three games - NHL.com
Columbus' Dane Byers has been suspended three games by the department of player safety.
Capitals defenceman Mike Green out another 4-6 weeks for abdominal surgery - The Globe and Mail
Green has played in only 10 games this season
Flyers welcome being home; Bryz still No. 1 - Philly.com
Though Sergei Bobrovsky has played like the Flyers’ top goalie, Laviolette made it clear that Ilya Bryzgalov is still his No. 1.
Yzerman must fix Lightning's goaltending woes - THN
Steve Yzerman made a mistake in signing Dwayne Roloson in the off-season, but is making a bigger one in sticking with him now.
Dallas Stars' Tom Gaglardi: The Rare Sports Owner Who's Right For His Team - SBNation.com
It's obvious that Dallas Stars owner Tom Gaglardi is in it for the right reasons: Not for profit, not for a business opportunity, and not because daddy left him the team. But because he loves the game and wants to win.
Pass or Fail: Is Forest Face the creepiest thing the NHL has ever tried to sell us? - Puck Daddy
Shop NHL has featured its share of oddities for the hockey buying pubic. The $325 bedazzled purse. The "no, seriously, this isn't a bong" drinking tubes. That Rastafarian puckhead thing for the Winter Classic. But few items can claim to be as creep-tastic as this: