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Daily Links for Monday, Jan. 18

Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. day everyone! Without the heroic efforts of Dr. King, we wouldn't be able to talk about how awesome Mike Grier is (along with countless other great men and women) so please take a moment today to say thanks to one of the greatest men in American history. The Sabres take on the Phoenix Coyotes tonight at 7pm.

Sabres seek to pad record out West - The Buffalo News
Why are the Sabres so good (7-0-1) against the Western Conference this year? Nobody really knows, not even the guys on the team.

Sabres practice after long flight - WGR 550
A report on the team's arrival in Arizona by beat reporter Paul Hamilton.

In Your Face | The Goose's Roost
Ryan talks about the importance of Pat Kaleta and how this Buffalo team differs from Pittsburgh.

Report: Bruins to open 2010-11 season in Prague - TSN
According to the Boston Globe, the Bruins will face the Phoenix Coyotes in two regular season games in late September in Prague, Czech Republic to open the 2010-11 season.

Kessel deal looking worse by the day - The Hockey News
Phil Kessel has not lead Toronto to the playoffs, and now they don't have the high first-round pick they would have this year or next.

The difficulty of keeping good teams together in NHL's new cap system - ESPN
Just four years ago, the Carolina Hurricanes were lifting the Cup. Now, they're sitting in the NHL basement. They are just one example of how tough it is to keep a good team together in today's cap era, writes Pierre LeBrun.