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Happy Mother's Day, hockey fans. Make sure to call your mom today and tell her!

Sabres should dip into 'D' pool - The Buffalo News
Jerry Sullivan wants to bring in a top defenseman.

The Future of Drew Stafford - Hockey Rhetoric
"I think after all the dust settles, Drew Stafford will remain a member of the Buffalo Sabres."

Pegula’s Alumni: The Great Ambassadors - buffalo74
Many fans might not have caught on to it, but when Terry Pegula invited 85 alumni members of the Buffalo Sabres back into the fold, what he was really doing was creating a league of extraordinary hockey gentlemen who would go out and act as emissaries for the newly indoctrinated "Hockey Heaven."

It’s a time of reflection for the Pirates - Maine Hockey Journal
Today was a somber day for the Pirates as they cleaned out their lockers, had their exit interviews, said their good-byes and met with the media one last time before departing for the summer.

5/6 Recap: McNabb continues tear as 'Hawks steal opener - SabresProspects.com
Finishing with a pair of even strength helpers, the 6'4 defenseman has now collected 22 points (3+19) in 15 playoff games.

Will ‘Wings find their way in San Jose? - The Globe and Mail
Detroit hits the road for Game 5 hoping to become the fourth NHL team to overcome a 3-0 deficit

Daniel Sedin struggles in loss to Preds - NHl.com
Daniel Sedin and his brother Henrik combined for a minus-7 rating Saturday night in the Vancouver Canucks' 4-3 loss to the Nashville Predators at Rogers Arena.

Chris Pronger’s contract, health could be a big problem for the Philadelphia Flyers - ProHockeyTalk
The Flyers will face tough questions about their short-term future, but Chris Pronger's contract could be a serious problem for several years.

Who are the favorites for NHL’s coaching vacancies? - Puck Daddy
As the Tampa Bay Lightning showed this season, a new coach with the right philosophy can turn a franchise around in a hurry.