Happy Friday, everyone! Lots off odd goings on in the league yesterday, so be sure to check after the break.
ENROTH SHUTS THE DOOR ON PESKY BLUE JACKETS - Sabres.com
Jhonas Enroth stopped 41 shots and Jason Pominville scored twice as the Sabres defeated Columbus 4-2 for their first win at First Niagara Center.
Enroth again superb but Miller's No. 1 - The Buffalo News
No matter what senseless blather is drummed up in the community or what you read in the blogosphere or suspect when Miller has a rough night, there is no goaltending controversy in Buffalo.
Missing components surface to lift Sabres - The Buffalo News
Enroth strong, PP, Kaleta shine.
Weber bursting to reclaim lineup spot - The Buffalo News
Mike Weber knows he's got the talent to play for the Buffalo Sabres. So far, he hasn't, sitting out the opening nine games.
Around the NHL:
Jets outscore Flyers in wild 9-8 game - NHL.com
When Winnipeg Jets coach Claude Noel was drawing his game plan in hope of his team winning its first road game, you can be pretty sure it didn't include anything he saw from his team on the ice Thursday.
Penguins Land 2012 NHL Entry Draft - Pittsburgh Penguins
It’s official – the Penguins and the city of Pittsburgh will be hosting the 2012 NHL Entry Draft at CONSOL Energy Center next summer.
Richards says he’s ready for the New York fishbowl - The Globe and Mail
Rangers’ marquee signing will finally make his home debut against the Toronto Maple Leafs
A disturbing story about hockey hazing - Yahoo! Canada Sports
This is one that the gentlemen in particular will have trouble reading.
Want to halt hockey hazing? Be willing to bring the police in - Yahoo! Sports
The scourge of hazing needs to be treated for what it is — assault.
NHL Western Conference teams seek dramatic reshaping of AHL - Puck Daddy
Darren Dreger of TSN broke a very interesting story on Thursday that could have huge ramifications for the American Hockey League.