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After a huge win last night by the Sabres the series is back at 2-2. So now it's down to a best of 3 series, withGame Five tomorrow in Philly.

ECQF Game 4: Ryan Miller brilliant again as Sabres, officials mug Flyers en route to 1-0 win - Broad Street Hockey
Philly blames the officiating, the Sabres defense and Ryan Miller for a Game Four loss.

Lindy meets the media - Sabres Edge
During his postgame news conference, Lindy Ruff gives it up to (of course) Ryan Miller, Rob Niedermayer and the grittiness of his team following the 1-0 win over the Flyers.

MALACARO: More Game 4 Thoughts - WGR 550
This was not a perfect game for the Buffalo Sabres by any stretch of the imagination, but boy was Ryan Miller excellent.

Lindy meets the media - Sabres Edge
During his postgame news conference, Lindy Ruff gives it up to (of course) Ryan Miller, Rob Niedermayer and the grittiness of his team following the 1-0 win over the Flyers.  

In a series this close, sit back and enjoy the ride - The Buffalo News
Lindy Ruff placed his index finger and thumb about a half-inch apart Tuesday in attempt to define the distance between the Sabres and Flyers through three games of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

More Sabres News:

Immediate Reactions: Sabres 1, Flyers 0 (Again) - THE BEST OF NICK MENDOLA . . .LIVE
There’s a lot to say about this game, but how badly do you as a Sabres fan want the Flyers to lose right now?

Flyers Without Carter, Richards, and Timonen for Game 5? - buffalo74
One thing that might upset the balance in this struggle is the loss of a few key cogs of the Flyers’ machinery – namely leading scorer Jeff Carter, captain Mike Richards, and defensive stalwart Kimmo Timonen.

A Visual Representation Of How Myers Treated Briere - Tumblr
Spoiler: it was not good for Briere.

 

NHL News:

What NHL's new NBC/Versus TV deal means for fans - Washington Times
A look beyond the 10 years, $2 billion and into what's ahead.

New NHL/NBC TV contract a big deal for Nashville - On the Forecheck
The influx of cash from the NHL's new US television contract, along with other business growth, should help the Nashville Predators lock up captain Shea Weber to a long-term contract.

What new NFL schedule means for 2012 NHL Winter Classic - Puck Daddy
The NFL released to their 2011 schedule; and since it came hours after the NHL and NBC announced their new mega television pact, the serious debate can begin over the 2012 Winter Classic's location and participants.

Forsberg to join MODO front office - NHL.com
Now permanently retired from the NHL, Peter Forsberg has joined the front office of MODO of the Swedish Elite League as assistant general manager.