Buffalo Sabres Daily Links: Do Free Agents Fizzle With The Sabres?

Although his points went down, I wouldn't call this guy a fizzler.

Here's your daily discussion thread chock full o' Buffalo Sabres and NHL news, collected from around the internet for your viewing pleasure.

- In case you missed it yesterday, Rick Jeanneret will broadcast all 82 games next year for the Sabres. [Sabres.com]

- The second of a two-part series looks into why free agent acquisitions fail more often than succeed with the Sabres. [The Buffalo News]

- Will Mikhail Grigorenko be the impact player the Sabres have been longing for? [WGR]

- Griggy provides the Sabres with a unique opportunity. [Two In The Box]

- It's the glorious return of Buffalo Sabres: Where Are They Now? [DGWU Sports]

- Grading the 2012 Sabres Draft. [The Hockey Writers]

Around the NHL:

- Calgary traded for and then signed Dennis Wideman for, wait, that number can't be right. [NHL.com]

- Here's the NHLPA's strategy for their upcoming negotiations. [Chicago Tribune]

- Will the Oilers new coach help the team's young stars realize their potential? [Puck Daddy]

- These teams are on the short list to meet Justin Schultz. [TSN]

- The 10 best moments from this year's Hall of Fame inductees. [Backhand Shelf]

- Watch an awful human being trip a minor hockey player during a handshake line. [Puck Daddy]

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