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We're down to the last two days of Sabres Development Camp, with a full scrimmage taking place today at 10:30am at Dwyer Arena.

DEVELOPMENT CAMP DAY #4 - Buffalo Sabres
As Buffalo Sabres prospects worked through Day Four of Development Camp at Dwyer Arena today, general manager Darcy Regier addressed the media on a number of subjects including Andrej Sekera’s pending arbitration hearing.

Sabres Prospect Development Camp, Day 4 - Black & Blue & Gold
Phil recaps the fourth day of Dev Camp.

Sabres Assistant Says Myers Felt "Sluggish" - Kuklas Korner
Assistant coach James Patrick revealed Wednesday on Rangers radio show "Blueshirt Underground" his feelings about what went wrong during the first half of the season for the 2010 Calder Trophy winner. I'd highly recommend listening to the podcast if you have time - there's a bunch of Sabres info in there from Patrick starting at about the 55:00 mark.

Will Sabres Foligno Follow His Father's Path? - WGR 550
With an older brother playing for the Senators and a father who was a Sabres captain in the late 80s, the 19 year old knows that the Foligno name carries a strong and proud reputation in the NHL.

What Campbell Teaches Us About Ehrhoff - Hockey Rhetoric
Comparing Brian Campbell and Christian Ehrhoff, specifically in the contract department.

Fehr excited about trade to hometown Jets -
Eric Fehr was traded to the Jets on Friday for minor-league forward Danick Paquette and a fourth-round pick in the 2012 Entry Draft.

Senators ink Parrish to two-way contract - TSN
Ottawa announced that 34-year-old Mark Parrish signed one-year, two-way contract. Parrish previously played with the Buffalo Sabres.

Final thoughts from the Leafs development camp - The Globe and Mail
A look at Toronto's top prospects and how they did.

Mike Modano expects career decision in 2-3 weeks - ESPN
Mike Modano expects to decide whether he'll play again in two or three weeks.

Jersey Fouls: Detroit sparkles; the $1,295 Maple Leafs Foul - Puck Daddy
Jersey Fouls are never not awesome.