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The Sabres take the ice again tonight, but which team will show up? Will Craig Rivet return? Will Ryan Miller's soreness keep him out of the game? Will the Sabres ever win again this season, or will we end the year 3-77-2? Find out tonight.

Miller Back At Practice; Status For Wednesday Unknown - WGR 550
Ryan Miller was back practicing with the Sabres on Tuesday. The goaltender took part in team drills a day after missing practice with a lower body injury.

Forget past, Sabres focus on present - The Buffalo News
Buffalo Sabres coach Lindy Ruff woke up Monday morning looking to put the first three weeks of the season exactly where they belonged, as far behind him as possible.

Potential New Sabres Captain Power Rankings - The Goose's Roost
With Craig Rivet hanging out in the press box as a healthy scratch, it's reasonable to think that his time as a Sabre is coming to an end. But who's got the best odds to take over?

NHL 2010-11 Goal Celebration Ranking: Eastern Conference - Puck Daddy
The Sabres are second in the league in something! Too bad it's in best arena goal celebration.

NHL 2010-11 Goal Celebration Ranking: Western Conference - Puck Daddy
We posted the East up top, but here's the rankings for the Western Conference.

Oiler fans crave re-appearance of spring playoff rituals -
During the '06 Playoffs, Oilers fans started a slew of new traditions. As the team attempts to end a four-year drought, many hope to see them return.

Zach Parise out 3 months, as Devils' season from hell rolls on - Puck Daddy
More from Wysh and Co. today with Zach Parise's injury.

Maple Leafs' Phaneuf leaves game with lower-body injury - TSN
Toronto Maple Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf left Tuesday's game against the Ottawa Senators with what the team is calling a lower-body injury.

Capitals’ Green finally gets defensive - The Globe and Mail
He is carrying a small but noticeable chip on his shoulder, when it comes to a discussion of his production and contributions.