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Happy March, and happy Brad Boyes day! Raise your hand if you're excited to see the newest Sabres in action tonight...*raises hand.* Plenty of trade deadline analysis after the break.

Ruff to pair Boyes with Connolly - Sabres Edge
It appears Tim Connolly is staying put as Lindy Ruff told us that newly acquired Brad Boyes will be put on the wing on a line with Connolly, his former junior teammate, for Tuesday night's game in New York.

Boyes excited for playoff run close to home - Sabres Edge
"Just got off the phone with Brad Boyes, who is in Buffalo and planned to meet with the doctors quickly for a physical and then join the team for its flight to New York. The Toronto-area native is excited to make the move from St. Louis to a Sabres team that is just two points out of a playoff spot."

OHL teammates together again after 12 years - The Buffalo News
Connolly, Montador and Boyes all played together with Erie Otters.

Boyes of February - Hockey Rhetoric
Who is Brad Boyes? Are you excited for him?

On Objective Media, and the Buffalo Sabres - buffalo74
Goodness, there are a lot of sore thumbs in this town.

Monday Morning Stat Sheet -
How are the prospies doing this year? A rundown of all Sabres prospects and their stats.

Around the NHL: 2011 trade roundup and analysis -
Take a look at what all 30 teams have accomplished on the trade market.

Puck Daddy's 2011 NHL Trade Deadline Report Card - Puck Daddy
Coming up, grades for all 30 teams; not only for Deadline Day, but for the days leading up to deadline day.

Who won and who lost leading up to Trade Deadline Day? - TSN
Following the 2011 trade deadline day that saw 16 trades involving 35 players and 12 draft picks, the NHL on TSN Insiders gave a quick snap shot of who they thought were some of the winners and losers from around the league.

NHL trade deadline winners and losers - THN
It wasn't the most exciting deadline day ever, but there were still plenty of good and questionable moves made.

NHL trade deadline: Scott Burnside's deadline-day grades - ESPN
Scott Burnside hands out his trade deadline grades, and the Kings' acquisition of Dustin Penner tops the list.

More fine-tuning than fireworks - The Globe and Mail
Things didn’t heat up until right before deadline.