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Sabres Links: Murray to be named GM, Darcy an option for Calgary, first cancelled game since 2000

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Busy couple of days, eh? It's a good time to be stuck at home in the worst Buffalo weather we've seen in a while because there is certainly plenty of Sabres news to read up about. New GM, cancelled game, and Olympic selections highlight today's news.

Sabres Links

  • It appears that the Sabres may finally have a new GM, as the team is expected to announce Tim Murray to hold the position [Sportsnet]
  • Last night's Sabres game against the Carolina Hurricanes was postponed due to weather, the first time that has happened in Buffalo since 2000 [TSN]
  • Here's an interview with Murray before the 2011 draft, when he discusses some moves in the Ottawa rebuild [Senators.com]
  • Jhonas Enroth, Henrik Tallinder, and Zemgus Girgensons all to play in Sochi Olympics [Buffalo News]
  • While also confirming the Murray news, Bob McKenzie says that Darcy Regier may actually be a candidate for the Calgary GM position [TSN]
  • All eyes are on the Sabres prospects [Buffalo News]

Around The League

  • Team Canada names Olympic roster, some notable snubs being Joe Thornton, Martin St. Louis, and Claude Giroux [TSN]
  • Logan Couture out 3-4 weeks with hand injury [CSN Bay Area]
  • Alex Galchenyuk to miss six weeks with a broken hand [CBC]
  • Nikolai Khabibulin has shoulder surgery, will miss 4-5 months. Could this be the end for the veteran netkeeper? [Pro Hockey Talk]
  • Patrick Roy ripped J.S. Giguere after Monday loss [Denver Post]
  • Islanders place Evgeni Nabokov on injured reserve [Islanders.com]
  • Dan Rosen's "Five Questions" feature former Sabre Thomas Vanek, who's on quite the hot streak [NHL.com]