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Daily Links For Tuesday, March 8

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Because the links are a few hours late, you get my usual penance of more links! Though after the break it's basically all silly hockey links for some reason. Oh well. Sabres face the fading Penguins tonight at 7:00pm. 

Pens go for season sweep vs. Sabres - NHL.com
A preview of tonight's action.

Iginla leads NHL's 'Three Stars of the Week' - NHL.com
Andrej Sekera earned this week's second star for his eight points in four games.

Sabres reach new plateau - The Buffalo News
There's a new feeling around this team, especially since Terry Pegula took over as owner. Lately, they can't lose.

Pegula sees some sights on the road - The Buffalo News
The new owner isn't taking any credit for the team's surge on the ice -- even though he's been at every game, home and away, and the team is 5-0-2 since he got the keys to the franchise from Tom Golisano.

Video Breakdown: Sabres Make Flyers Look Lost - Broad Street Hockey
The Flyers had a complete breakdown on the Sabres' third goal on Saturday, and nobody was innocent. A pretty cool look at Sekera's wrap-around goal.

Luke Adam to make History as AHL Rookie of the Year? - buffalo74
After Nathan Gerbe and Tyler Ennis won back to back Rookie of the Year awards in the AHL, Portland/Buffalo looks like it could capture the trophy for the third straight year, with the stellar play of center prospect Luke Adam.

Pommerdoodle Is Bringing His "A" Game - The Willful Caboose
Jason Pominville has always been the cuddliest of the Sabres, but when exactly did he turn into an actual Muppet?

Vezina Trophy Watch: Tim Thomas or Dominik Hasek? - THN
As we continue our look at the race for the Vezina Trophy, Tim Thomas is chasing Dominik Hasek for the best save percentage mark in a season, but would his record be as impressive as The Dominator's?

Award-winning 'History will be made' campaign returns for 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs - Countdown to the Playoffs
Last season's award-winning History Will Be Made™ campaign will return for the 2011 Stanley Cup® Playoffs but with significantly broader distribution.

Hockey player clocks linesman in the face - The Nosebleeds
Whoops - Jason Demers of the San Jose Sharks accidentally punched linesman Brian Mach during a fight.

Fight Video: Janssen, Boll throw bombs in marathon battle - Puck Daddy
This nearly 2-minute fight was a exhibition of stamina, balance, strength and, of course, bomb tossing.

NHL Fan Flow Chart - Kertwang
Trying to decide who to root for? This handy flow chart should do the trick.

Sad Goalies - Tumblr
Because sometimes goalies get sad.