Daily Links for Tuesday, November 29
Buffalo is back in action tonight, and should be a bit healthier with Drew Stafford, Patrick Kaleta, and Robyn Regehr ready to return.
Islanders chase second straight road win vs. Sabres - NHL.com
Tonight's preview from NHL.com.
HEALTHY CHANGES EVERYTHING - Buffalo Sabres
An optimistic Ryan Miller is targeting Wednesday as his first full practice since being injured on November 12 in Boston.
Season for Sabres' Stafford not going as planned - The Buffalo News
The Buffalo Sabres have no problems with the numbers being put up by Thomas Vanek and Jason Pominville. They need more from Derek Roy, Ville Leino, and Drew Stafford.
Amerks surprise Finley gets NHL deal from Sabres - Sabres Edge
Fans are happy to see the Sabres getting bigger by developing players such as Zack Kassian and Brayden McNabb to the organization and they signed another one to a deal Monday night by giving 6-foot-8 Rochester Amerks defenseman Joe Finley a multi-year NHL contract.
SabresProspects.com Three Stars of the Week (11/27/11) - SabresProspects.com
The three best future Sabres of the week.
Capitals Fire Bruce Boudreau - Japers' Rink
The Washington Capitals have fired Bruce Boudreau.
Familiarity with Hunter has Carlson and Wideman excited about Caps' future - NHL.com
John Carlson and Dennis Wideman's familiairity with Dale Hunter has them excited to play for their new coach.
Muller: "If everyone is accountable, it's amazing what you can accomplish" - Canes Country
Kirk Muller was introduced Monday afternoon as the third head coach in Carolina Hurricanes history. Get reaction from the new coach; his new boss, Jim Rutherford; audio and more.
Carolina opportunity has Muller raring to go - NHL.com
Kirk Muller accepted the Carolina Hurricanes coaching position, his first crack at the position at the NHL level.
Canadiens' Pacioretty suspended three games - NHL.com
Canadiens' Pacioretty suspended three games
Video: Adirondack Phantoms ‘Built This’ hilarious ode to 1980s - Puck Daddy
Check out the radical moves and totally tubular lip-syncing as the Phantoms promote their 1980s night to the max.