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Jason Pominville and Derek Roy are just getting it done this year.
Jason Pominville and Derek Roy are just getting it done this year.

After a surprising comeback win last night, the Buffalo Sabres now sit in first place in the Northeast Division and second place overall in the Eastern Conference. After the break, more fallout from Miller-Lucic, and the 2011 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductions.

Game 17 recap: Habs cough it up to Sabres 3-2 (SO) - Habs Eyes On The Prize
The Canadiens give up a two-goal lead, and fall to Buffalo.

Milan Lucic Escapes Suspension For Hit On Ryan Miller - SBNation.com
Milan Lucic has escaped suspension for his hit on Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller. The collision left Miller with a concussion.

Fraser: Shanahan missed the call and has sent wrong message - TSN
Like it or not, goalies enjoy preferred treatment similar to endangered species in the wild; at least up until this latest decision.

More Sabres News:

Shanahan on Lucic ruling, slams Buffalo’s ‘irresponsible’ comments - Puck Daddy
Brendan Shanahan called the Buffalo Sabres "completely irresponsible" for suggesting it is "open season on goalies" because of his decision not to suspend the Boston Bruins' Milan Lucic, and he issued a warning -- well aware that the Sabres host the Bruins next Wednesday night.

Game 17 recap: Habs cough it up to Sabres 3-2 (SO) - Habs Eyes On The Prize
The Canadiens give up a two-goal lead, and fall to Buffalo.

 

Around the NHL:

Hall of Fame Recap - NHL.com
NHL.com gives a collection of articles from the HHOF inductions.

Hockey Hall Of Fame Inducts Four New Members Monday Night - SBNation.com
The Hockey Hall of Fame has selected four more players to join its ranks. Joe Nieuwendyk, Mark Howe, Doug Gilmour and Ed Belfour are 2011's inductees.

2011 Hall class all about perseverance - ESPN
Ed Belfour went undrafted by the NHL. Doug Gilmour went undrafted one year before going in the seventh round the following year. Joe Nieuwendyk didn't think he was good enough for Major Junior Hockey in Canada, so he went to Cornell. Mark Howe played the first six years of his pro career with the now-defunct World Hockey Association.

Hockey's best mustaches - THN
In November, many men grow mustaches for a good cause, but few match up to these ones.