Daily Links for Saturday, December 10

The Sabres are on the ice again tonight for a game against the Rangers, but lo, and behold, another player was injured last night.

Rested Sabres slide past Florida in overtime - Litter Box Cats
A recap from our friends at Litter Box Cats.

A preview of tonight's tilt from the team site.

Quick updates from Sabres' morning meeting - Sabres Edge
Enroth's in, Tropp is probably concussed, and Colin Stuart is in from Roch.

Sabres/Canisius rink update: No progress on talks this semester - It's Always Game Seven
It has been nearly five months since The Griffin first reported in July that the Canisius athletic department was having discussions with the Buffalo Sabres about potentially partnering to build an ice rink on campus. As a full semester goes by with no new developments in the talks, The Griffin looks for answers.

More Sabres News:

Farmhands show up, get job done for Sabres - The Buffalo News
The Rochester Reinforcements keep getting the job done in Buffalo.

SIMON:Inside The Numbers - WGR 550
An ode to Mike Grier.

12/9 Recap: Sundher, Shipley produce; Navin pots first - SabresProspects.com
Kevin Sundher snagged two goals and two assists Friday to lead Victoria to an 8-5 win over Lethbridge.

Around the NHL:

Habs Trade Spacek for Kaberle - Habs Eyes On The Prize
Montreal Canadiens trade Jaroslav Spacek to Carolina for Tomas Kaberle.

N&O: Canes trade Tomas Kaberle to Canadiens - Canes Country
Per Chip Alexander, Canes trade Kaberle to Canadiens getting 37 yr old Dman Jaroslav Spacek in return.

Will the Flyers stall the Lightning 1-3-1 in rematch? - Puck Daddy
The last time the Philadelphia Flyers faced the Tampa Bay Lightning, captain Chris Pronger declared that Bolts don't play hockey when they're in the 1-3-1 defensive system orchestrated by Coach Guy Boucher.

Toronto Maple Leafs Sale: Why Rogers, Bell Buying MLSE Is Completely Bizarre - SBNation.com
The parent company of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors, Toronto FC and others has been bought by Canada's two largest media corporations, Bell and Rogers. This is absolutely bizarre.