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Daily Links for Monday, April 25

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Nothing but good vibes pics for the next two days.
Nothing but good vibes pics for the next two days.

The Sabres were up 3-1. Then Tim Connolly's gone, and we lost in overtime. Now Game Seven is Tuesday, with the return of Derek Roy. At least you can't say it hasn't been exciting.

ECQF Game 6: Despite goaltending, Flyers force Game 7 with incredibly routine comeback OT win - Broad Street Hockey
I never though I'd see this from those horrible, awful, terrible Flyers writers (kidding, Travis, <3) but they're going to "give Buffalo some credit." Oh, also, we lost.

Immediate Reactions: Flyers 5, Sabres 4 (OT) (OT) - Hometown 1230 WECK
Nick Mendola's Game Six reactions.

Tim Connolly of Buffalo Sabres hit head-first into boards, leaves Game 6 - ESPN
In case you didn't see it it, and love to cause emotional pain to your person.

Miller On Richards: "Mass Murder?" - WGR 550
Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller was not happy about Richards' cheap shot, and he had some choice words for the Flyers' center.

Sabres want Richards suspended; Roy returning for Game Seven - Sabres Edge
The Sabres are steadfast in their belief that Philadelphia captain Mike Richards should face supplemental discipline for boarding Tim Connolly during their 5-4 overtime loss Sunday.

9 in 7 - The Goose's Roost
1,000 words. 

More Sabres Links:

Flyers' Briere gives lessons in leadership - Jerry Sullivan - The Buffalo News
Screw you, Danny. I don't think I've ever hated a former Sabre as much as I hate you and your dumb playoff pirate goatee. </rant>

 

NHL Links:

Preds reach second round for first time - NHL.com
The Nashville Predators topped the Anaheim Ducks 4-2 in Game 6 to cap off the best-of-seven series 4-2 and to advance to the Western Conference Semifinals for the first time in franchise history.

Update: Schneider starts, Luongo sits; Schneider hurt, Luongo back - Puck Daddy
Vancouver has a goalie carousel. Um, what?

Stat Nerd Sunday: Better measuring NHL goalie greatness - Puck Daddy
How does one performance in goal really compare to another?