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The Buffalo Sabres are practicing in Germany as they get ready to finish the preseason and start the regular season in Europe this season. A handful of links from the Sabres reporters in Europe and a couple other links from around the league starts off this Monday.

Hecht Enjoying Homecoming | wgrz.com

Jochen Hecht is becoming the Sabres' tour guide as he comes back to his hometown with the Sabres for the first time.

Sabres getting healthy, juggle lines - Sabres Edge - The Buffalo News

The Sabres haven't even started the season and the line juggling is already starting.

Sabres draw a crowd to German practice - Sabres Edge - The Buffalo News

The Sabres are becoming popular in Germany and are drawing large crowds for their practices over the weekend.

Adam hits first goal with Sabres - Sabres & NHL - The Buffalo News

Luke Adam has completed his first goal of being on the overseas trip with the Sabres. Now, he still needs to make the team. 

A Changed N.H.L. Guards Against Shots to the Head - NYTimes.com

Pittsburgh star Sidney Crosby, still recovering from a January concussion, has prompted discussion in the N.H.L. about head trauma in hockey.

Ottawa Senators unveil heritage jersey

The Ottawa Senators officially unveil their new heritage jersey.

Flyers goalie Bryzgalov tempers dreams of Stanley Cup | Philadelphia Inquirer | 10/03/2011

Ilya Bryzgalov tempers fan expectations for the Flyers by not predicting the impossible, a Stanley Cup before the season starts.