Buffalo Sabres Daily Links: Vancouver GM Speaks About Hodgson

How could anyone hate those puppy dog eyes?

Here are your daily dose of Buffalo Sabres links, guaranteed to distract you from work for at least 10 minutes.

- Vancouver GM Mike Gillis spoke about Cody Hodgson at the team's season ending press conference, saying that he was a complainer who wanted out of Vancouver. [WGR, Globe & Mail, Vancouver Sun]

- The Sabres offensive production fell well below the NHL average this year. [The Buffalo News]

- Grading the Sabres new core. [Two In The Box]

- An update on the team's prospects in the playoffs. [Sabres.com]

- A recap of the Amerks-Marlies series. [Sabres Prospects]

- Most important link: you can now buy official Sabres license plates! [Sabres.com]

NHL Playoff News:

- New Jersey forced a Game Seven by beating Florida in OT 3-2. [NHL.com]

- Dale Hunter isn't out to make friends with Alex Ovechkin, he's out to win hockey games. [ESPN]

- There's been plenty of overtime action so far this spring. [NHL.com]

- Roberto Luongo tells Vancouver reporters he’d waive his no-trade clause. [Backhand Shelf]

- What will happen with Detroit after their early exit? [THN]

Around the NHL:

- The GM of the Year award should wait until after the playoffs are over. [Puck Daddy]

- Here are the finalists for the award. [SB Nation]

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