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Daily Links for Sunday, Jan. 9

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The Sabres streak continues with an overtime win over the Phoenix Coyotes last night. This team is playing some real nice out-of-the-0playoffs hockey right now.

Ruff climbs ladder in coaching wins - The Buffalo News
Lindy Ruff is proud to be a member of the exclusive 500-win club, a milestone the Buffalo Sabres' coach reached late Thursday night with a 3-0 victory over San Jose.

The Center-al Issue - Sabres Hockey Central
The Buffalo Sabres have a lack of centers throughout their organization. It's a problem that has plagued the organization since the departure of Co-Captains Danny Briere and Chris Drury.

1/7 Recap: Foligno pots shortie; Sutch on the move? -
Marcus Foligno scored this league-leading fifth shorthanded goal and added two assists Friday as Sudbury throttled Barrie, 8-3.

Satan goes to Russia after 14 NHL seasons - Puck Daddy
Miroslav Satan, 36, has signed with Dynamo Moscow of the KHL for the remainder of the season, according to his agent Alan Walsh.

Sidney Crosby, Nicklas Lidstrom top NHL midseason awards -
The midpoint of the 2010-11 season occurs on Saturday -- Tampa Bay visiting Ottawa marks the official NHL winter solstice, in case you were wondering -- but like the announced attendance at some rinks, let's just say we're close enough to present our midseason awards.

Jean on Canadiens: Where is the offence? -
Since Boxing Day, Canadiens general manager Pierre Gauthier has made two trades and called up one player from the AHL to stop the bleeding. That's three roster moves to give his squad a chance to re-gain its footing in a period of duress.

17 players make our People of Power and Influence list - THN
We look at the NHLers who make our annual PoP list and explain why they sit where they do and why one doesn't make the No. 1 spot.

A Canadian goaltender’s lesson in life - The Globe and Mail
With head held high, dejected 18-year-old Mark Visentin accepts responsibility for 5-3 collapse to Russians, looks to the future.