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Daily Links for Tuesday, March 23

This Friday is an exciting day in college sports: the beginning of the NCAA college tournament! No, the college hockey tournament. Four Sabres prospects have made the 16 teams, and there's some more info on the tourney after the break.

Kennedy's move produces goals for Sabres - The Buffalo News
Tim Kennedy, coach Lindy Ruff said at the start of the season, needed to play on one of the Buffalo Sabres' top lines to be his most effective. Apparently, that statement was correct.

Sabres Starting To Put Teams Away - WGR 550 SportsRadio
Paul Hamilton crunches the numbers to see who's already out of the playoff hunt, and what the Sabres need to do to clinch a playoff spot.

Sophomore quartet skates into brackets - SabresProspects.com
Four Sabres prospects will be packing their bags this week as the 16-team field for the NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Tournament was announced Sunday.

2010 NCAA Tournament Bracket - Inside College Hockey
Forget that other bracket, and fill out this one instead for the college hockey tournament starting this Friday. Inside College Hockey has a nice bunch of info about the 16 teams in the tournament to help get you ready, click here.

Atlantic: Kovalchuk waiting to explode - NHL.com
Ilya Kovalchuk is frustrated by his offensive output with the New Jersey Devils, especially in recent games against Toronto and St. Louis.

NHLPA takes heat for headshot rule counterproposal - Puck Daddy
The NHLPA competition committee (of which Ryan Miller is a member of) developed a counterproposal that would serve as a "band-aid solution" for the rest of the regular season and the postseason. Not everyone likes it.

What sophomore slump? - sportsnet.ca
Chris Stewart is just one of a host of sophomores avoiding the second-year slump. We hope Tyler Myers will be on this list next year.

Each team's best 2009 draft pick - The Hockey News
Just less than a full year between now and the '09 draft gives a sufficient cushion to judge the top selections of every club.