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I wouldn't trust 'em either, Ryan.
I wouldn't trust 'em either, Ryan.

Here's your daily discussion thread chock full o' Buffalo Sabres and NHL news, collected from around the internet for your viewing pleasure.

- Ryan Miller is having a hard time trusting the owners during the lockout negotiations. [Globe & Mail]

- Should the anger Sabres fans have toward Terry Pegula extend to his Rochester Americans as well? [Sabres Edge]

- The Rochester Americans home game on Oct. 21 has been moved to Oct. 23 in Buffalo. Guess they're not anticipating any NHL games that night... [Sabres.com]

- What's Marty Biron up to during the lockout? [The Buffalo News]

- There's a new fitness app out that has the tiniest connection to Jhonas Enroth. [Mile High Hockey]

Around the NHL:

- Forbes explains why players will have to take a smaller share than owners if they want this lockout to end. [Forbes]

- If you want a better understanding of the concept of Hockey Related Revenue, then this Elliotte Friedman article is the one for you. [CBC]

- Turns out there's plenty of reasons for NHL players not to go play overseas. [ESPN]

- Which type of defenseman is more effective - the offensive or defensive variety? [The Puck Stops Here]

- Remember the prospective owner in Seattle who built a hockey rink to try and lure the Islanders away? He says "they're never moving." [SB Nation]

- Worried about the lockout? The NHL has solved all your problems by releasing this 90's blooper reel. [NHL.com]