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Daily Links for Saturday, Feb. 12

Only two more days until Valentine's Day, gentlemen. Know what you're getting your hockey loving lady yet?

Sabres rediscover their swagger - The Buffalo News
Thursday's 3-2 win at Florida gave the Sabres their first three-game winning streak of the season and got them within two points of a playoff berth. As recently as Jan. 18, they were still 10 points back.

HAMILTON: Sabres Confirm Montador's Concussion - WGR 550
Paul Hamilton told you that in the second period of the Leafs game, Steve Montador took a hit to the head from Jay Rosehill.

The Sabres extended a winning streak to three games for the first time this season with Thursday’s overtime victory over Florida.

Mike Weber Cuts the Mustard - THE BEST OF NICK MENDOLA . . .LIVE
When you think about who is the top defenseman for the Buffalo Sabres, chances are you think of Tyler Myers. But what about Mike Weber? 

Peter Forsberg set to play for Avalanche tonight, begin comeback - The Denver Post
After nearly three years since playing his last NHL game, Peter Forsberg will be back in the lineup tonight for the Avalanche (from last night)

Drury undergoes knee surgery -
New York Rangers captain Chris Drury underwent arthroscopic knee surgery on his left knee Friday and will be sidelined for six weeks.

Peter Forsberg among players who could move at NHL trade deadline -
Before the league capitulated to a salary cap, the NHL's trade deadline was the equivalent of a push-pull-tow-or-drag-it-in mega-sale at a car dealership. 

Team Relocation And Why The NHL Should Pass On Winnipeg, Quebec City -
Nostalgia is always a warm and fuzzy notion, but when thinking about NHL relocation, we can't look at nostalgia alone. SB Nation's Derek Zona explains that Quebec City and Winnipeg simply can't support the NHL -- still.