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Daily Links for Thursday, July 28

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Holy cow, it's almost the end of July. Which means it's almost August, and that's only one month away from September, when hockey starts again!

Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier announced today that Ron Rolston has been named Head Coach of the Rochester Americans.

Amerks thrown a learning curve with new coach - The Buffalo News
The Sabres threw another curveball Wednesday when they announced that Ron Rolston, the coach of USA Hockey's National Team Development Program, has been named to lead the Amerks.

New 'professor' to lead Amerks - Sabres Edge
Darcy Regier and Ted Black were both freely tossing around the Sabres University moniker today in Blue Cross Arena, and Black went one step further when he introduced Ron Rolston as the first professor at the University of Sabres.

Sabres/Canisius rink gets some teeth - Two in the Box
The Sabres practice rink at Canisius College gains some steam.

Rangers avoid arbitration, sign Callahan -
The New York Rangers have avoided arbitration with another one of their young forwards, signing Ryan Callahan to a three-year contract.

Ray Emery to attend Chicago Blackhawks training camp on tryout basis - ESPN Chicago
Goaltender Ray Emery will attend the Blackhawks' training camp on a tryout basis in September in the hopes of continuing an NHL career that looked like it would be derailed by injury, Emery's agent told Wednesday.

Looking ahead to 2011-12: Ranking the NHL’s top left wingers - Puck Daddy
Finally, a few Sabres make the list in Ville Leino and Thomas Vanek.

Richards confused but happy to be in L.A. -
When Mike Richards learned Philadelphia had traded him to the Los Angeles Kings last month, the Flyers captain was confused and upset about leaving his adopted home.