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Daily Links for Wednesday, July 6

Colin Jacobs is sure happy to a member of the Sabres. I would be too.
Colin Jacobs is sure happy to a member of the Sabres. I would be too.

Sabres development camp began yesterday and there were a ton of signings and a trade, all of which you can read about after the break.

DEVELOPMENT CAMP DAY #1 - Buffalo Sabres
With the Sabres front office making big news off the ice, it’s finally time for the future Sabres to get down to business on it.

Ennis likes Sabres' prospects - The Buffalo News
Tyler Ennis is hanging out with the Buffalo Sabres' prospects this week. The bona fide NHL forward has a simple yet important job: He's supposed to show the kids how to train and act like a professional.

Zack Kassian Is Ready For Next Step - WGR 550
Zack Kassian was hard at work skating on a line with Tyler Ennis and Luke Adam. He took sometime to speak with reporters after the workout, and his excitement to play pro hockey has never been higher.

Local product Cullen to camp with Sabres -
John Cullen, a veteran OHL goaltender and native of Hamburg, NY, has been invited to participate in the Sabres 2011 Summer Development Camp.

Hurricanes sign Kaberle for three years -
Defenseman Tomas Kaberle agreed to a three-year, $12.75 million contract with the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday, according to a TSN report.

Maple Leafs sign F Clarke MacArthur to two-year deal - ESPN
The Toronto Maple Leafs signed forward Clarke MacArthur to a two-year contract, the team announced Tuesday.

Bruins add Corvo from Carolina for 4th round pick -
The Boston Bruins didn't wait long to fill the offensive void on their blue line left by Tomas Kaberle's departure for Carolina.

Don Maloney thrilled to sign Keith Yandle long-term -
Phoenix Coyotes GM Don Maloney managed to avoid arbitration with his No. 1 defenseman as he signed Keith Yandle to a five-year contract on Tuesday.

Ladd avoids arbitration, signs five-year deal with Jets -
Andrew Ladd on Tuesday agreed to a five-year deal with the club, worth a reported $22 million.

The importance of nutrition in hockey - THN
The 21-year NHL veteran and nutrition and wellness guru shares how eating right can give you the edge on the competition.