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Daily Links for Sunday, March 13

Mark Parrish tries to find out what it's like to be Nathan Gerbe for a second.
Mark Parrish tries to find out what it's like to be Nathan Gerbe for a second.

Dear Sabres, if you can get two points today I'll try to forget about your collapse against Toronto yesterday. If you get one or zero, then I'll passive-aggressively take out my anger on you in unforeseen ways.

Sabres return home to host Senators -
The NHL GameCenter Preview for tonight's matchup. Game time is at 5:00pm.

Maple Leafs 4 v. Sabres 3: Don't Call It A Comeback - Pension Plan Puppets
The Leafs downed the Sabres 4-3 in the latest in a string of must win games.

Road trip takes Sabres into playoff contention -
After spending the past 10 days on the road, Buffalo Sabres goalie Ryan Miller was relieved to make a brief pit stop home Friday for a chance to change his wardrobe.

Dominik Hašek - buffalo74
With The Dominator coming back to Buffalo on March 19, let's relive a little bit of his career.

3/11 Recap: McNabb in good company as playoffs loom -
Still without a NHL contract, McNabb enters the final week of play as the #3 scorer among WHL defenders with 67 points, just five short of eclipsing Marc-Andre Gragnani's (71 in 2005-06) for the highest total among Sabres defensive prospects of the last decade.


Playoff Push:


Rangers top Sharks 3-2 in shootout -
Brandon Dubinsky scored the winning goal in the sixth round of the shootout, lifting the New York Rangers to a 3-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Saturday night.


Jackets snap slide by beating Carolina 3-2 -
Despite an attempt at a third period comeback, Derek MacKenzie's two goals helped the Columbus Blue Jackets edge the Carolina Hurricanes, 3-2, Saturday night in Raleigh, N.C.


NHL News:

For Sale: Toronto Maple Leafs majority ownership stake - Puck Daddy
The B-word -- and that would be "billion" -- gets used quite frequently when the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan's 66-percent ownership stake in Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment is discussed.

Sharks seem prepared for playoff improvement - THN
Every year the question is asked if the Sharks can overcome past disappointments. The difference this year is they had to fight through the regular season first.