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Buffalo Sabres Daily Links: An Incredible Comeback

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What can you say after the Buffalo Sabres' win last night over the Toronto Maple Leafs that will do that game justice? We saw Marcus Foligno's coming-of-age party, the rare "great 5 goals against" netminding performance from Ryan Miller, the love-hate relationship that is Alexander Sulzer, a studly game from Derek Roy, a gift from the zebras, and a never-say-die attitude from every player on the team. The Sabres still need some help, and must win two more tough games against Philly and Boston, but dang if that wasn't a fun ride last night.

- Recaps of last night's wild game. [Sabres.com, NHL.com, Globe & Mail, TSN, WGR]

-The Stafford-Ennis-Foligno line is pacing Buffalo's play. [NHL.com, THN]

- It wasn't the way they drew it up, but the Sabres got it done last night. [WGR]

- Here's how the blue and gold can still make the playoffs. [Talking Buffalo]

- The Sabres announced that they have set a new home attendance record. [Sabres.com]

- The Islanders have proven once again why they're a terrible franchise - they've cut ties with Pat LaFontaine. [NY Times, Backhand Shelf]

- How do the expert's pre-season predictions look now? [Backhand Shelf]

- The Rangers have clinched the #1 seed in the East. [USA Today]

- Their storied history hurts the Habs and Leafs more at this point than it helps. [sportsnet.ca]

- DGB with the Montreal Canadiens GM application. [DGB]