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Daily Links for Monday, March 22

The Buffalo Sabres decided to torture us all with lackluster play over the past two months only to remind us all that it's better to peak in March and April than December and January. The team is really hitting its stride now, and has a 9 point lead in the division with 11 to play.

Rough Night at the RBC: Sabres 5, Hurricanes 3 - Canes Country
The Buffalo Sabres jumped out to a 4-0 lead before the home team could get much going as Ryan Miller and the Sabres topped the Carolina Hurricanes at the RBC on Sunday evening, 5-3.

Sabres notebook: Stafford happy to get back in lineup - The Buffalo News
Though it was written before yesterday's game, this article still has a few interesting quotes about what it's like to be a healthy scratch.

WHA stars receive a Hall of their own - The Hockey News
More than 30 years after it ceased operations, the World Hockey Association is finally being honored for its role in hockey. Former Sabres goalie Joe Daley and color commentator Harry Neale are among the first class of inductees.

Schopp And Bulldog's Buffalo Brackets - WGR 550 SportsRadio

With each passing month, WGR becomes a bit less like a sports talk radio station and a bit more more like the mutant offspring of VH1, Bill Simmons' second-cousin-once-removed, and a middle school cafeteria. However, this Buffalo bracket they've created is pretty entertaining, and has an entire Sabres region to boot. What do you think?

Anaheim Ducks' Teemu Selanne scores 600th career goal - ESPN Los Angeles
Yesterday Teemu Selanne became the 18th player in NHL history to score 600 goals.

Structure and talent key to power-play success -
Teamwork, structure and highly skilled players are keys to the NHL's top four power-play scoring teams.

Getting To Know: Dave Maloney - The Hockey News
The former NHL blueliner with the Rangers and Sabres looks back at his career in an in-depth Q&A.

An interview with Randall Maggs, the Sawchuk Poet - The Copper & Blue
A C&B exclusive in-depth interview with Randall Maggs, author of the award-winning book "Night Work: The Sawchuk Poems". Yes, it's hockey poetry.

Special thanks to Dave and Zach for filling for me over the weekend.