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Daily Links for Tuesday, Sept. 7

Labor Day has come and gone, football season is upon us, and everyone is either already back or going back to school this week. Forget the equinox, I think it's time to officially declare that fall has begun.

If you just can't wait for the season to start, MSG Network announced today that it will telecast a series of the best games from the Buffalo Sabres’ 2009-10 season.

9/5 recap: Shipley to the shelf -
A few updates on Sabres prospects including Riley Boychuk, Mark Pysyk, Gregg Sutch and Phillip Gogulla.

Phoenix Coyotes' future in desert again uncertain despite strong end to last season - ESPN
A summer of so much possibility has faded into yet another fall of discontent and uncertainty in Phoenix. Only one thing remains to be revealed: Is this the last fall for the Coyotes in the desert?

An Internet-owned hockey team, for the price of a few beers? - Puck Daddy
Owning a professional or minor league franchise has always been an expensive venture, requiring deep pockets to cover costs. Enter Toronto-based Alan Kasperski, who's trying to bring the idea of Internet ownership of a sports team over from Europe -- and applying it to a junior hockey team.

The New Jersey Devils Record When Martin Brodeur Gave Up a Soft Goal in 2009-10 - In Lou We Trust
A reader had a question after the summary of Martin Brodeur's play last season about how the soft goals affected the Devils' record. This post lists not only the record, but in how many soft goals were eventual game winning goals.

The Three Types of Older Free Agents - PuckUpdate
It's tough being an older guy in the NHL. Or not in the NHL.

NHL 2K11 Review: The Second Shift Takes The Ice - Kotaku
We featured an NHL 11 review yesterday, so here's an NHL 2K11 review for the Wii console.