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Daily Links for Monday, January 9

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Brayden McNabb is blowing his own mind right now.
Brayden McNabb is blowing his own mind right now.

The week is new, but will anything else change for the Buffalo Sabres? Will Darcy Regier make a move this week, or will the team on the ice reward patience with some bona fide wins?

HAMILTON: Thoughts From Sabres/Jets - WGR 550
The Sabres keep letting their opponents off the hook by not burying their early chances.

Bogosian has warm memories of Buffalo - The Buffalo News
A nice story about Zach Bogosian and Buffalo.

Overreactions, 41st Edition: Help - 3rd Man In
A superb effort from Jhonas Enroth went to waste, and Buffalo continued their free fall, losing to the team stolen out of Atlanta by a score of 2-1 in overtime.

Post-Game Thoughts: Jets at Sabres 1.7.12 - The Hosers
Some additional thoughts on the Jets game from Derek at The Hosers.

Marchand to face hearing Monday -
Boston's Brad Marchand will have a hearing with Brendan Shanahan and the Department of Player Safety Monday.

Staal, Neal to miss significant time for Pens -
The Penguins got more bad news Sunday when the team announced that Jordan Staal and James Neal each will miss several weeks due to injury.

The competitiveness of the Southeast Division is the surprise of the season’s first half - Puck Daddy
Going into the 2011-12 season, most assumed that Southeast Division would be a two-horse race.

Time for Flames to start dealing stars - The Globe and Mail
An 9-0 drubbing by the Bruins shows why it’s time to start over with draft picks and young talent.

Barch ruling a missed opportunity - Red Light
The reason for the one-gamer was Barch’s use of "inappropriate language" during his team’s game against Montreal in a now-traditional New Year’s Eve afternoon contest.

KHL: Gun-slinging owners, drugs, dodgy air travel all part of the game -
Gun-slinging owners, planting drugs on players and dodgy aircraft travel are all part of the game at the world's No. 2 hockey league.