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Goalie Fight - a gentleman's game. Goalie Fight - done around the world, it's a Goalie Fight - anyone can win. Goalie Fight - you never know who.
Goalie Fight - a gentleman's game. Goalie Fight - done around the world, it's a Goalie Fight - anyone can win. Goalie Fight - you never know who.

Only one more day until the Sabres are back in action, but you can bide your time by checking out the rarest of the rare after the break. That's right, it's a goalie fight. Also, remember that the press conference announcing the team's sale will be held today at noon - you can listen on WGR.

Byron earns a shot at some more memories - The Buffalo News
Paul Byron was home in Ottawa this week, reliving his greatest hockey moment with friends and family, when the Buffalo Sabres called. Byron's AHL All-Star break was over. The Sabres wanted him back.

Ruff Admits He's Looking Forward To The Announcement - WGR 550
Wednesday Ruff shed a little more light on his feelings, "I feel the excitement, I think everybody is waiting for the announcement to turn the page I guess. I'm excited to see Tom again and it's going to be an exciting day."

Northeast trade chatter - THN
Buffalo, Ottawa and Toronto looking to sell, while Montreal and Boston look to buy before the trade deadline.

Daily Debate: Owner drama in Buffalo, N.J. - ESPN
Scott Burnside and Pierre LeBrun weigh in on two ownership issues making the headlines this week.

Goalie Fight Video: Brent Johnson's 1-punch KO of Rick DiPietro - Puck Daddy

GOALIE FIIIIIIIIIIIIGGGGGGHHHHT!!!

Toronto Maple Leafs sign Mike Brown to three-year extension - ESPN
The Toronto Maple Leafs signed checking-line winger Mike Brown to a three-year contract extension Wednesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Corporate manoeuvres complicate NHL’s U.S. broadcast picture - The Globe and Mail
With Versus owner Comcast’s takeover of NBC, both the NHL’s U.S. carriers are owned by the same company

Video: After Quenneville taunt, other great moments in fan imitation - Puck Daddy
Here's a quick look at some other moments of imitation from the stands.