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This picture posted solely because I <em>love</em> this mask.
This picture posted solely because I love this mask.

Who here thinks the Sabres can keep their winning streak alive, raise your hands? Okay...put your hands down. You'll get tired if you try to read all these links with your hands up.

Sabres Try To Carry Their Momentum Forward After Road Trip - WGR 550
The Sabres have captured eight of their last nine points including two straight wins in San Jose and Phoenix but still sit eight points back of eighth place in the East. What has fueled the recent turnaround? Ask a different member of the Sabres and you get a different answer.

Fluke injury leaves Roy in a tough spot - The Buffalo News
Derek Roy entered the interview room at HSBC Arena on Monday morning walking slowly. Very slowly. His injured left leg was braced and he used a cane to balance himself while he stood and talked.

Derek Roy spoke with the media on Monday for the first time since suffering a torn quadriceps tendon during Buffalo’s Dec. 23 game versus Florida.

Consider Me Piqued - The Goose's Roost
Thoughts on the NHL Guardian Project.

5 Things: What to watch for in second half - ESPN
It's hard to believe the NHL regular season is at its midpoint. And with All-Star weekend fast approaching and the final weeks before the trade deadline following in February, the second half of the season always seems to disappear even more quickly than the first.

Rangers trade Rozsival for depth up front -
The Rangers acquired left wing Wojtek Wolski from the Phoenix Coyotes on Monday in exchange for defenseman Michal Rozsival.

Detroit's Osgood out for 6-8 weeks with groin injury - Puck Daddy
General Manager Ken Holland told the Detroit News that tests on Monday confirmed "a significant tear." Prognosis: 6-8 weeks on the shelf.

NHL goalies are getting bigger and bigger - The Globe and Mail
Big guys as skilled as little guys.