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Daily Links for Tuesday, April 5

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We're down to three games, folks. Three games to get four points and ensure the Sabres a spot in Lord Stanley's dance. Let's go, Buffalo.

Bolts, Sabres ready to finish season series -
NHL GameCenter Preview - Tampa Bay Lightning at Buffalo Sabres, April 5, 2011

Miller back on ice; won't play Tuesday -
Buffalo Sabres goalie Ryan Miller didn't practice with the team Monday morning and won't play Tuesday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Enroth named Third Star in 'Three Stars' of the week -
The Buffalo Sabres have a goaltender in for the second week in a row.

Sabres take a giant step - The Buffalo News
With just three games left in the regular season, Buffalo's path to the playoffs is much clearer after a big win.

That time of year - It's Always Game Seven
The feeling of the playoffs is in the air.

Expectations - Puck Over The Glass
Specifically, expectations of Thomas Vanek.

Playoff Race:

Rangers complete amazing rally to stun Bruins -
The New York Rangers came back from a three-goal deficit and notched three goals in a 2:55 span late in the third period to defeat the Boston Bruins, 5-3.


NHL News:

Professional Hockey Writers Association remains distressed by NHL inaction - Sabres Edge
As the NHL’s 2010-11 regular season winds down, and with voting on the league’s awards imminent, the Professional Hockey Writers Association remains adamantly opposed to -- and distressed by -- the early season decision of the New York Islanders to revoke the media credential of a PHWA member.

Who is the NHL's top defenceman? - The Globe and Mail
Globe and Mail hockey writers debate who deserves the James Norris Memorial Trophy

Exam reveals no structural damage to Lecavalier's eye -
An eye exam revealed Vincent Lecavalier didn't suffer any structural damage to his right eye when he was hit in the face by a stick in Sunday's game.

New Jersey Lightning? NHL Logo Hybrids Bring To Life Weird Hockey Bizarro World -
What if we built a lab where we could create some weird offspring between two random NHL teams? Oh, we'd probably get something like this.