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Ennis, I think you're a little outmatched on this one.
Ennis, I think you're a little outmatched on this one.

After a frustrating loss to Toronto last night (all good things must come to an end) the Sabres look to rebound against St. Louis on Friday.

Maple Leafs 2 at Sabres 1: Slump Busted 2 - Electric Bugaloo - Pension Plan Puppets
The Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Buffalo Sabres 2-1 for their first win in Buffalo under Ron Wilson.

Lookin At Playoff Chances - Bangin Panger
According to Sports Club Stats, the Sabres have a 52.9% chance of making the playoffs, .1% higher than Carolina.

Rivet watches turnaround unfold -The Buffalo News
Craig Rivet has had one of the best seats in the house, one that happens to be considerably less desirable for a team captain.

Breaking the Bank - The Goose's Roost
Is Drew Stafford another Jason Pominville contract waiting to happen?

Ruff needs backup goalie he can trust - The Buffalo News
If Lindy and Darcy are such a great team, how come Regier doesn't give his coach a backup goalie he can trust?

 Top 10: Most likely players to be traded - THN
Number six? Steve Montador.


Toronto acquires Voros from Anaheim - 2011 Trade Deadline
Tuesday morning Burke acquired rugged forward Aaron Voros from the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for a conditional Draft pick in the 2011 Entry Draft.

Anaheim Ducks trade Paul Mara back to Montreal Canadiens for 5th-round pick in 2012 draft - ESPN Los Angeles
The Anaheim Ducks have traded veteran defenseman Paul Mara back to the Montreal Canadiens for a fifth-round pick in the 2012 draft.


Avs' Matt Duchene out indefinitely, will miss tonight vs. Penguins - The Denver Post
Center Matt Duchene and defenseman John-Michael Liles are the only Avalanche players who have managed to play in every game this season.


A Photoblog. Phlog. Blackhawks @ Coyotes, February 12th - Bourne's Blog
A really cool photo blog of Justin Bourne's trip to the 'Hawks/'Yotes game.


Who helps construct an NHL team? - THN
It takes a lot more than just the GM to put together an NHL roster - it takes a whole team of hockey people.