The NHL free agent frenzy opens up in a mere two days, so now's the time to finalize who you want the team to target. Check after the break for some names.
SABRES ANNOUNCE 2010 SUMMER DEVELOPMENT CAMP - Buffalo Sabres
The Buffalo Sabres announced today they will be holding a summer development camp from July 5-9 at Dwyer Arena on the campus of Niagara University in Lewiston, N.Y. There will be an on-ice session each day open to the public.
Sabres see market for deals opening - The Buffalo News
There will be trades in the NHL, plentiful in both number and significance. The league's general managers have little doubt of that. Exactly when is another matter.
Sabres draft proves productive; mixed day for local players - Maine Hockey Journal
It was a busy weekend for the Buffalo Sabres. After day one of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft in Los Angeles, the Buffalo Sabres got down business in day two on Saturday, drafting eight more prospects.
Puck Headlines - Puck Daddy
Scroll down to the bottom for a video interview with Derek Roy on his work with juvenile diabetes, being a celebrity, and to see him sign a Vanek jersey.
9 centers who will be very popular on July 1 - NHL.com
NHL.com looks at 9 of the top centers who stand to be free agents on July 1.
9 defensemen who could be blue-chip additions - NHL.com
NHL.com's Dan Rosen looks at 9 free-agent defensemen who could make an impact on July 1 including our own Hank Tallinder.
Savard in play, but he may not be a GM’s go-to guy - The Globe and Mail
There are indications Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Burke may get some competition for the Boston Bruins centre, even though Burke has yet to dive in with all guns blazing, à la his pursuit a year ago for Savard’s former linemate Kessel.
Why trades are tough on players - THN
During the drama of the first round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, did anyone else wonder what it must be like to be any of Steve Bernier, Michael Grabner, Keith Ballard, Victor Oreskovich or Andrew Cogliano?
Hindsight Bias - You Are Not So Smart
It may only have to do with sport in passing, but here's a fascinating read on how your mind weeds itself and lies to you for your own benefit. I totally knew it all along.