Daily Links for Tuesday, October 11

Tuesday means there's only 4 days until the Sabres play next.

Sabres back on ice in Buffalo, with new dressing room waiting - Sabres Edge
The Sabres are on the ice in First Niagara Center, their first session since returning from Germany early Sunday morning. When they get done with the practice session, they'll retreat to their refurbished dressing room.

Tour of Sabres' New Dressing Room - The Buffalo News
A photo tour of Buffalo's new dressing room.

The Buffalo Sabres today announced that they will host a "Party in the Plaza" for the team’s home opener at First Niagara Center on Friday, Oct. 14 at 5:30 p.m.

Die By The Blade Radio Preview Show - Die By The Blade
Dave and Zach return in this year's inaugural DBTB podcast.

Sabres Links:

Rivet signs with ECHL team in Elmira - Sabres Edge
Former Sabres captain Craig Rivet has taken two steps back to keep his hockey career going, signing with the Elmira Jackals of the ECHL.

41 Questions about the Buffalo Sabres: 9-1 - Buffalo Wins
The end of Joe's series contains his top 9 questions about the Sabres this season.

Pucktoberfest Provides Fun for All - Sabre Noise
Pucktoberfest provided an opportunity for something you’ve probably never seen outside the FNC: German dancers and a German band.

Around the NHL:

Mattias Ohlund under knife for both knees, could miss 2 months - Puck Daddy
Lost in all the hype about the Tampa Bay Lightning's playoff run last season was the play of defenseman Mattias Ohlund.

Fraser: Ready for a new season with Shanahan on board - tSN
In his first write-up of the season for TSN.ca, NHL on TSN analyst and former NHL referee Kerry Fraser examines the job Brendan Shanahan has as league disciplinarian.

Seven goalies to watch - THN
The former NHL goalie writes about seven guys he's looking at for break out seasons as the opportunity presents itself.

The fork in the road for Jets’ boss Cheveldayoff - The Globe and Mail
Winnipeg general manager fulfills dream of making NHL, but just not in the way he had imagined.

Cool things to do and see in every NHL city - SI.com
If you are thinking about taking a road trip to cheer for your team in enemy territory, or simply want to visit an array of arenas while watching a variety of match-ups, you've come to the right place.