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Daily Links for Monday, March 29

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One more day off before another back-to-back series for Buffalo. Relax by enjoying some tasty links.

Sabres generating plenty of offense - The Buffalo News
Any scouting report on the Buffalo Sabres probably doesn't list them as an offensive juggernaut but in today's NHL, who is? Only five teams even average three goals per game.

Important and Lovely Graphbits - The Willful Caboose
Kate gives us a graphical representation of how this season's gone.

A New Point-of-View - March
The game of hockey from the second row.

Games Dad and I have Been To, Part III: "The Biggest Voice," and "Sports Vowels" - buffalo74
A treatise on cheering.

Flash mob sings happy birthday to Terry Pegula - YNN
We made the big time news, folks - YNN.

NHL News:

Crosby continues to impress in workouts -
While his return is still yet to be determined, Penguins coaches have been impressed by how their captain looks more and more like the old Crosby.

Canucks get first ever 50-win season - The Globe and Mail
Chris Higgins scores twice as Vancouver shells Columbus 4-1.

Canucks lose Dan Hamhuis to concussion on brutal collision - Puck Daddy
The worst fears were confirmed after the game by Coach Alain Vigneault: Hamhuis suffered his second concussion of the season, and that "concussion protocol will be followed."

Despite slide, history is on Hab’s side - The Globe and Mail
Offensive struggles are a concern, but the Montreal has seen it all before.

Phoenix not going away in the standings -
While it is unknown whether the Coyotes will be in Phoenix or Winnipeg next season, they are at least making it clear that they aren't going away in the Western Conference standings.

What The NFL Not Playing A Season Could Mean For The NHL - Black & Blue & Gold
"No league stands to benefit more from the lack of an NFL season than the National Hockey League."