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Daily Links for Saturday, July 10

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The Sabres wrapped up their development camp yesterday, and we've got links-a-plenty about it. I even wrote a FanPost yesterday about it! If you're getting sick of me though, this is your lucky week because I'm going on vacation for eight days. But don't worry, you'll be in good hands. Soft, masculine hands.

Ruff wraps up development camp - Sabres Edge
Hear what Lindy had to say about development camp.

A Limited Account Of Development Camp - Black & Blue & Gold
Hear what Phil has to say about the prospies.

Sabres wrap up rookie camp - 3rd Man In
Eric gives a very detailed recap of yesterday's scrimmage.

MALACARO: Two Out Of Three Sabres Needs Filled - WGR 550
It's a couple days old, but still informative as to what the two signings mean for the team going forward.

Lalime to Remain Behind Miller - Chicks Who Give A Puck
Why was Lalime resigned? Number one reason: chemistry. Also, Darcy thinks he can play better. That helps, too.

Flyers officially sign Zherdev, pay no mind to reputation - Puck Daddy
As first reported by our own Dmitry Chesnokov on Wednesday, Zherdev is a Flyer after having agreed to a 1-year deal today.

Bruins re-sign Mark Stuart to a one-year deal - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli announced on Friday that the club has re-signed Mark Stuart to a one-year deal. Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe is reporting that the contract is worth $1.675 million.

Gonchar happy about border crossing - sportsnet.ca
Sergei Gonchar wanted to experience playing in a Canadian market after seeing how passionate hockey fans can be when he visited with his previous teams.

Adding Canadian teams tricky for TV - The Globe and Mail
Why aren't there more Canadian teams in the NHL?

What to do about the NHL All-Star Game weekend? - From The Rink
The NHL holds its All-Star Game every year, except during Olympic years when NHL players have participated. How can they improve the weekend's festivities?