Buffalo Sabres Daily Links: NHL Lockout Ends; Miller, Ott Speak

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

Sabres News

  • The NHL and NHLPA have agreed to terms on a new CBA, ending the lockout. [NHL.com]
  • Ryan Miller apologized to the fans and vowed to play hard this year. Okay, then. [Globe & Mail]
  • He's also appreciative of fans' patience. [Sabres Edge]
  • The lockout was nerve-wracking for new Sabre Steve Ott. [The Buffalo News] Ott is also looking forward to the opportunity to "earn his jersey." [Buffalo Hockey Beat]
  • Sabres fans react to the news on Twitter. [Trending Buffalo]
  • Five reasons to tune in to every Sabres game, and they're all good ones. [BSN]
  • Did you guys know there's a proven formula that says the Sabres are the only team that can possibly win the Cup next year? Scroll to the end of this article. [Canada Graphs]

Around the NHL

  • Puck Daddy has gathered all the details of the deal that you need to know. [Puck Daddy]
  • Who were the winners and losers of the lockout? [USA Today]
  • Here's what a shortened season might look like. [The Buffalo News]
  • Six important issues facing teams now that the lockout is over. [TSN]
  • Here are four big transaction hot spots to watch, all in the Eastern Conference. [THN]
  • Darren Rovell says that fans always come back after lockouts. Will you? [ESPN]/

Why you shouldn't expect free Center Ice this season. [Puck The Media]