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Daily Links for Thursday, July 21

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We said goodbye to Patrick Lalime and probably Mike Grier yesterday, but a new dawn brings new hope...for the future, or something.

In Pegula They Trust: The Sabres Story - The Good Point
It's a familiar article for Sabres fans at this point, but does anyone really tire about hearing how great Terry Pegula is? Includes comments from yours truly.

The Buffalo Sabres today announced the team has achieved a record renewal rate of 99% for their 2011-12 season tickets.

Lalime retiring to become TV analyst - The Buffalo News
Goaltender Patrick Lalime, who played the last three years for the Buffalo Sabres, is exchanging his pads for a microphone as he will become an analyst on Ottawa Senators television broadcasts, according to a report on the RDS radio website Wednesday.

Am I The Only One That Thinks Andrej Sekera is Good? - The Goose's Roost
Ryan asks a question that, of course, doesn't have an answer.

VERSUS Will Be Retired At the End of the Year, New Name Coming Soon - Puck The Media
In the course of an interview for this week’s Times Union sportsmedia column, NBC programming president Jon Miller said the new name for "Versus" should be revealed within the next couple of weeks, "but we’re not going to flip the switch until the start of the new year."

Columbus Blue Jackets introduce new additions Jeff Carter, James Wisniewski - ESPN
Forward Jeff Carter and defenseman James Wisniewski, the two key additions this offseason for the Blue Jackets, were formally introduced on Wednesday.

Report: Blackhawks cut ties with defenseman Chris Campoli -
The Blackhawks have allowed Chris Campoli to become an unrestricted free agent, according to a report by James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail.

Kane undergoes successful surgery - Chicago Blackhawks
Patrick Kane underwent surgery today to repair a scaphoid fracture in his left wrist.

Stars losing $1 million a week? Probably only on paper - The Dallas Morning News
Mike Ozanian of Forbes had a report today that a source told him the Stars are losing $1 million a week because of high debt and interest payments. A Stars insider said the story is ``unequivocally untrue."