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Daily Links for Wednesday, November 30

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The Sabres lost a depressing game to the Islanders last night, and may have also lost Jordan Leopold for an extended amount of time. The injury train just keeps on rolling.

Islanders 2, Sabres 1: Al Montoya Shines, Preserves Rolston Winner - Lighthouse Hockey
The New York Islanders finally won two games in a row, holding firm with Al Montoya standing tall in a 2-1 road win in Buffalo.

Sabres' Leopold hurt so Ehrhoff works OT - Sports - The Buffalo News
Just as the Buffalo Sabres got one defenseman back off the injured list, another one might be going on it.

Fight Video: Zack Kassian, Matt Martin, enthusiasm over accuracy - Puck Daddy
Please don't adjust your setting — the first few moments of this fight just seem like they're at twice the speed.

Miller says it's time to practice with team - The Buffalo News
Ryan Miller was back in net taking a few shots prior to the Buffalo Sabres' practice Monday morning and is close to rejoining his team for workouts.

Rumblings: Ducks' next move, Miller's future in Buffalo, labor deal talk - ESPN
So, what now for the reeling Anaheim Ducks? Ducks general manager Bob Murray was slated to take in the Islanders-Sabres game in Buffalo on Tuesday night after spending the weekend in Syracuse, N.Y., for pro scout meetings.

Boudreau: No problems with Ovechkin - NHL.com
Bruce Boudreau denied that he had a problem with Alex Ovechkin and said rumors of a rift between the star and his now-former coach are overblown.

MacArthur The Elite Scorer? - Pension Plan Puppets
Clarke MacArthur is proving valuable - but HOW valuable is he?

Kids Who Play Now: Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Gabriel Landeskog, Adam Larsson Earning Their Keep? - SBNation.com
Eight of the top five picks in the 2010 and 2011 NHL drafts, plus 8th overall picks Jeff Skinner and Sean Courturier, are already in the NHL. Should they be?

The Winningest Franchise In Hockey - The Copper & Blue
The two most successful franchises in hockey are quite a surprise.