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A picture of Cody McCormick's Office. Not a lot of work gets done there.
A picture of Cody McCormick's Office. Not a lot of work gets done there.

Happy Friday, everyone! And a happy one it is after the Islanders destroyed the desperate Rangers last night. Wait, that has to be an April Fool's joke, right?

Enroth provides a comforting presence - The Buffalo News
Perhaps the Buffalo Sabres' fan base, especially those who filled HSBC Arena on Wednesday night, might have been a little antsy at the sudden news of an injury to goaltender Ryan Miller. But things remained calm in the dressing room.

AHL honors Sabres' Mancari, Gragnani - The Buffalo News
Current Buffalo Sabres forward Mark Mancari and defenseman Marc-Andre Gragnani were two of the six players announced today by the American Hockey League as members of the 2010-11 AHL All-Star First Team.

Thoughts on Tim Connolly - Top Shelf
There are many worthwhile thoughts here, and they are basically about Tim Connolly.

Bourne Blog: Learning to disrespect your opponents - Puck Daddy
It begins with a Tim Connolly story from the Rangers game. 

Beware the Sabres on April 1st - buffalo74
A look back at some April Foll's tomfoolery from the 4/1/1990 broadcast.

Buffalo’s dramatic 1-0 win over the New York Rangers last night continued the team’s push for a playoff position, and was also the most-watched Sabres

Playoff Race:

Islanders rout desperate Rangers 6-2 -
Radek Martinek and P.A. Parenteau both had a goal and assist during the Islanders' four-goal second period, which propelled the Isles to a 6-2 victory over the Rangers on Thursday night.


NHL News:

Wilson will be back - The Globe and Mail
Maple Leafs head coach gets vote of confidence after turnaround in 2011

Canucks Pick Up President's Trophy In 3-1 Win - Nucks Misconduct
By dusting off the Kings 3-1 tonight, the Canucks picked up the President's Trophy for the first time in franchise history and gave all the doubters the first symbolic, tangible item to blame should they not go deep into the playoffs.

Ray Emery’s sudden return to stardom - The Globe and Mail
Ducks took a chance by signing goalie as a free agent in February and he has paid remarkable and immediate dividends for them.