Daily Links for Sunday, January 8

Another day, another one-goal loss for the Buffalo Sabres. I'm just gonna start copy-and-pasting these intros, since it seems like we write the same thing every time.

The Afterburners: "We Want to Win"...Oh...Oh Do Ya? - Arctic Ice Hockey
Game recap of the Winnipeg Jets versus Buffalo Sabres, complete with BW Chart, game info, and a few comments about the game.

One still a lonely number for Sabres - The Buffalo News
Really, what's new to say? It was another game with one goal, another loss for the Buffalo Sabres.

Little surprise here: Since Nov. 12, the Sabres are the fourth-worst team in the NHL - Sabres Edge
Things were rosy for the Sabres when they woke up Nov. 12 in Boston. They were 10-5, the seventh-best record in the NHL.

Now or Never: The time has come for Regier to prove his worth - Buffalo Wins
With each passing day, the Sabres' hole they'll be required to climb out of to make the playoffs grows deeper and deeper.

#DoSomethingDarcy - BSN
The "team reports" will inform you of the "last 10 games" record, but honestly, and unfortunately, the real statline for the Sabres should be "games since Lucic ran Miller."

1/7 Recap: Sundher extends streak, gets tossed - SabresProspects.com
In Saturday action, Kevin Sundher extended his point streak to 12 games with an assist, but Victoria suffered their ninth straight defeat with a 4-3 shootout loss to Kelowna. Both streaks are newsworthy, but it's how Sundher ended the game that had people talking afterwards.

No need for Ducks overhaul - THN
The Anaheim Ducks have struggled mightily this season, but with so much talent, this is just an aberration.

Armchair GM: SK's Fire Sale Core Player Trades - Anaheim Calling
Armchair GM: SK's Fire Sale Core Player Trades. Blockbuster trades all weekend!

Bruins, Canucks get chippy; suspensions coming for Lucic, Marchand? - Puck Daddy
There was no love lost between the Boston Bruins and Vancouver Canucks this afternoon in their rematch of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final that ended in a 4-3 win for the visitors.

The fighter-scorer is as rare as the 40-goal scorer, and almost as valuable - Puck Daddy
While the waiving of Colton Orr may not have signified the end of the pure fighter, it certainly signified the beginning of the end.

Winnipeg Jets discuss realignment impasse - Yahoo! Sports
And Paul Gaustad.