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Daily Links for Saturday, Jan. 8

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Mucho linkos today to make up for the lack of links yesterday. Can Buffalo keep their mini-hot streak alive, or is this just another tantalizing glimpse at what is never to be?

Sabres Prep For Coyotes - WGR 550
A practice recap with line combos.

Power play pulls plug on Sabres - The Buffalo News
A power play is supposed to create momentum. It's supposed to inspire an offense. It's supposed to turn around the game. The Buffalo Sabres' power-play unit, especially on the road, has been doing all of those things. For the opponents.

Potential New Owner Raises Questions About Job Security For Players, Coaches - Sabre Noise
What we hear all the time is that the Sabres have a great core of guys on their team. This includes Derek Roy, Jason Pominville, Thomas Vanek, Tim Connolly, Drew Stafford and various other players; however, it seems time for some of the core to be broken up.

1/6 Recap: Kassian's cruise continues in Windsor return -
Zack Kassian made a quick return to the Windsor lineup Thursday, scoring a pair of even-strength goals as the Spits fell in overtime to Plymouth, 5-4.

Devils trade Langenbrunner to Dallas -
New Jersey Devils trade Jamie Langenbrunner to the Dallas Stars.

Mid-season awards - The Globe and Mail
Eric Duhatschek hands out hockey’s halfway hardware in his weekly notes column.

Senators handcuffed on trade front - THN
Without any enticing pieces that would help improve the club, Ottawa will have a tough time dealing; Columbus closing in; and more.

Different-look Canucks lead NHL for first time since 2003-04 - TSN
The Vancouver Canucks are atop the NHL with 57 points in 39 games. The last time Vancouver was looking down at the rest of the NHL this late in the season was in 2004, and that team had a very different look than the one today.

Video: Watch hockey puck split in half on shot off the post in USHL - Puck Daddy
Watch it.