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Daily Links for Friday, Feb. 25

Happy Friday, everyone! Sabres play again tonight against the hated Ottawa Senators at 7:30.

Ownership - The Willful Caboose
I can't believe I forgot to link to this - Kate brilliantly sums up why the start of the Pegula era feels so great. If you read one thing today, read this!

NOTEBOOK: ADDED RESPONSIBILITY - Buffalo Sabres
For the first time in his NHL career, Thomas Vanek wore a letter on his sweater when he served as an alternate captain for the Sabres.

February 23 2011 - Tom's Blog: #26 Thomas VANEK
Tom talks about new owner Terry Pegula and the new spirit that's taken over at HSBC Arena.

On Pegula-Day - Hockey Rhetoric
It’s been a while since the Sabres fan-base as a collective has been given a chance to talk about the team with a tone that reflective of totally unbounded hope.

Leaving Hockey Games Early - A Criminally Vulgar Blog
Much ado has been made about the owner of the Pegula #189 jersey.This link is NSFW.

Kovalev dealt to Penguins for conditional pick - 2011 Trade Deadline
Ray Shero continued to remodel the forward corps of the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday by adding Alex Kovalev from the Ottawa Senators for a 2011 conditional draft pick.

Ducks deal for Ellis to strengthen goalie depth - 2011 Trade Deadline
Anaheim trades for veteran Dan Ellis to bolster its goalie position.

Hurricanes bring back Stillman in deal with Florida - 2011 Trade Deadline
The Carolina Hurricanes made a move to solidify their club for the stretch run Thursday, acquiring left wing Cory Stillman from the Florida Panthers in exchange for center Ryan Carter and Carolina's fifth-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft.

Recent trade made Sopel expendable in Atlanta - 2011 Trade Deadline
With an eye toward the future, the Thrashers dealt defenseman Brent Sopel on Thursday to the Canadiens in exchange for young forward Ben Maxwell.

What do NHL GMs think is Replacement-Level Goaltending? - Behind The Net
Based on what GMs have been willing to pay for goaltending, what do they perceive replacement-level goaltending to be?