Daily Links for Friday, November 18

Happy Friday, everyone! The Sabres begin a long streak this week of back-to-back Friday and Saturday games every weekend that will last from now until Christmas time, so hopefully you don't have plans.

With Mike Weber suffering an injury on Wednesday, TJ Brennan has been recalled from Rochester.

Sabres Myers Not Suspended. Shuffling Through Injuries - WGR 550
Paul Hamilton reports from practice at the First Niagara Center that five Buffalo Sabres are not practicing. Ryan Miller, Cody McCormick, Thomas Vanek, Patrick Kaleta, and Mike Weber are not on the ice with the rest of the team this morning.

Sabres must get ready for weekend - The Buffalo News
Buffalo begins its third straight set of Friday-Saturday outings when it visits the Carolina Hurricanes tonight and follows that by hosting Phoenix. The schedule will repeat itself for the next month, giving them seven straight weekends filled with hockey.

11/16 Recap: Brennan, Foligno lead Amerks to another win - SabresProspects.com
Check out the guy who just got called up.

Around the NHL:

Sidney Crosby’s Final Hurdle - The Hockey Writers
Mike Milbury asked the question to colleagues on the Versus pregame show and that murmur you hear is the entire hockey world beginning to get restless.

Phoenix Coyotes on Ilya Bryzgalov: "He's known for letting in bad goals" - Broad Street Hockey
Phoenix Coyotes broadcaster Todd Walsh caught up with a few members of the club today, asking them about facing off against their former goaltender. The quotes were... well, just see them for yourself.

Rick Nash not for sale - ESPN
Although the Columbus Blue Jackets continue to work the phones looking for a netminder, one name that is not involved in their talks is that of captain Rick Nash.

Uni Watch says New York Islanders new uniforms among worst hockey jerseys ever - Page 2
Harsh criticism from Paul Lukas.

The Sidney Crosby Commercial That Compares The NHL To Bread Making - Outside the Boxscore
A very serious bread commercial.

Video: Predators’ Craig Smith spectacularly blows empty net goal - Puck Daddy