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Now you know how we feel, Pat. You better wreck someone tonight.
Now you know how we feel, Pat. You better wreck someone tonight.

Well this just stinks now. The Sabres have not won a game since game one. They can't score, and constantly refuse to give a solid effort. Let's hope it's all because they've been saving it up for this game against Chicago.

Hawks, Sabres meet for second time in six days - NHL.com
It would seem Buffalo has a lot more to worry about than retribution for Pominville's injury after the Sabres completed a four-game homestand with an 0-3-1 mark.

Post Game Thread; Habs back on track with 2-1 win over Sabres - Habs Eyes On The Prize
The Montreal Canadiens foiled the Buffalo Sabres 40th anniversary, with a 2-1 victory.

Lalime gets turn at playing in goal - The Buffalo News
There won't be any surprises for the Buffalo Sabres' goaltender tonight, no curveballs thrown his way. All he has to do is step on the ice and stop pucks, just as he's done in his previous 11 NHL seasons.

Sabres GM Regier Speaks With Schopp & The Bulldog - WGR 550
Before the Buffalo Sabres game against the Montreal Canadiens on Friday night, General Manager Darcy Regier spoke with Mike Schopp & the Bulldog on many different matters that are surrounding this year's team.

10/15 Recap: Shipley, Gauthier-Leduc keep streaks alive - SabresProspects.com
Since the team is so awful (apparently) let's read about the future!

Phil Kessel, Jeff Skinner star in NHL season's first full week - SI.com
With the first seven days of the NHL season in the books, I put myself in the mindset of the average fan to ponder what we've learned in the early going ... 

New York Rangers lose Chris Drury, Marian Gaborik, Vaclav Prospal to injuries - ESPN New York
The Rangers will be without top-line forwards Marian Gaborik and Chris Drury for several weeks after both were injured in the second period of New York's home-opening 4-3 loss to the Maple Leafs on Friday night.

Capitals' Backstrom Gives Thanks To His Teammates In A Big Way - SBNation.com
Fresh off of signing a lucrative contract extension, Washington Capitals forward Nicklas Backstrom gave each of his teammates an awful nice gift this preseason.

Video: Kris Letang ejected for legal hit not to the head - Puck Daddy
Defenseman Kris Letang was given a 5-minute major for a hit to the head on Blake Comeau, which carries an automatic game misconduct. One itty bitty problem with this call: He missed Comeau's head. Completely.