Buffalo Sabres Daily Links: USA , Canada Out Of World Championships

Happy Friday, everyone - unless you live in the US, Canada, or specifically Phoenix. The Coyotes went down 3-0 last night to the unstoppable juggernaut that is Los Angeles.

- Do the Sabres struggles trace back to how Lindy Ruff handles his players? [Two In The Box]

- A season in review for Jhonas Enroth. [Sabre Noise]

- The memorial Cup tournament begins today. [Sabres.com]

- Andrej Sekera helped knock Canada out of the IIHF World Championship. [WGR]

- A season in review for Amerks stud Phil Varone. [Sabres.com]

NHL Playoff News:

- The Kings beat the Coyotes 2-1 to go up 3-0 in their series. [NHL.com]

- Jeff Carter is the man behind Dustin Brown's scoring explosion. [Puck Daddy]

- LA is winning because they're getting contributions from top to bottom. [THN]

- The Kings forecheck is the key to wearing teams down. [NHL.com]

- Zach Parise's DNA is full of hockey smarts. [Globe & Mail]

Around the NHL:

- Tom Renney won't be back with the Oilers next year. [SB Nation]

- Colin Cowherd insults the entirety of hockey media in typical blowhard fashion. [Awful Announcing]

- Finland knocked Team USA out of the World Championships. This never would have happened if the US had Nathan Gerbe. [USA Today]

- What stats could we be measuring that we aren't? [Raw Charge]