Daily Links for Wednesday, February 1

Ladies and gentlemen, the impossible has happened. The Buffalo Sabres have won two games in a row! (Never mind that those games were a week apart.)

The Team That Wanted It Got It: Habs Fall to Sabres 3-1 - Habs Eyes On The Prize
The Montreal Canadiens fall flat in a crucial game against the Buffalo Sabres

Sabres' win streak comes at a price - The Buffalo News
Sabres win but lose Vanek for "a period of time".

Paul Gaustad asked Max Pacioretty ‘Where’s Chara?’ during Sabres win over Montreal | Puck Daddy
Near the end of the Buffalo Sabres' 3-1 win at the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday night, Buffalo center Paul Gaustad started running his mouth near the Habs bench.

Sabres look to Ennis for creativity as a center - The Buffalo News
Tyler Ennis, at times, can be the Sabres' top playmaker. He's shifty, has speed and knows how to pass. Now that he's playing center, Ennis hopes he'll have the puck more and show those skills.

Sabres Miller Knows It's Now Or Never - WGR 550
Miller seems relaxed and ready to go knowing the tall task ahead.

Buffalo’s dark season - SI.com
One of the NHL’s biggest mysteries this season, the collapse of the Buffalo Sabres, could result in some big changes.

Penguins: Crosby has soft-tissue injury - NHL.com
Penguins release statement on Sidney Crosby regarding next injury.

Post-all-star storylines - THN
Who will win the Hart Trophy?; what will happen with Sidney Crosby?; ownership issues; and more.

NHL Trade Deadline: Jeff Carter's Attitude Scaring Off Potential Trade Partners? - SBNation.com
It looks like Ryan Suter and Zach Parise will be staying put beyond the Feb. 27 trade deadline. It's a different story for Blue Jackets forward Jeff Carter, but there are reports that his attitude could be scaring off trade partners.

Jaromir Jagr finally feeling his age - The Globe and Mail
Philadelphia Flyers forward has missed eight games this year because of injury

Dennis Seidenberg caps off Bruins’ comeback with a red line slapshot (video) | Puck Daddy
Craig Anderson could use a hug right about now.